Fish pakora. Crispy, authentic and delicious, these pakoras are perfect for a quick appetizer or snack. Jazz up the flavors with a side of your favorite chutneys. Feel free to serve this with a refreshing salad for a light lunch or dinner. Deliciously easy to make!
Onion Bhaji. Bring the authentic taste of Indian street food to your appetizer/snack menu with these crispy onion fritters. Naturally gluten free and vegan, these bhajis are a delicious starter for your next meal and a great accompaniment to your afternoon tea.
Aloo tikki burger. Give your classic favorite aloo tikki (spiced mashed potato patties) a modern, delicious revamp with this recipe idea. Layers of brioche bun, aloo tikki, crunchy onions, juicy tomatoes and chili mayo make this the ultimate veggie burger. So easy, so good!
Irani chai (Hyderabadi dum tea). Enrich your beloved tea with condensed milk and fresh cream to create a modern twist on classic Iranian style tea. The perfect way to enjoy the dream team of tea and milk with a touch of creaminess in a cuppa. Super simple to make, yet so addicting!
One pan egg toast. Call it egg toast, Korean French toast or Indian bread omelet, this is the ultimate breakfast sandwich recipe for busy cooks. Made in one pan in a few minutes, this recipe incorporates a simple hack to make your mornings hassle-free and extra delicious.
Dabeli (Spiced mashed potato burger). Loaded with mashed potatoes infused with the aromatic flavors of spices and tamarind chutney, masala peanuts, natural sweetness of pomegranates and crunchy noodles, this vegetarian burger is perfect as a snack, light lunch or dinner. Without a doubt, this classic street food is a winner.
Samosa chaat. Hints of sweet, tangy and spicy flavors combined with the robust chaat masala make this classic street food downright addicting. The veggies and pomegranate arils add a refreshing and vibrant touch to this much-loved classic.
Green chutney. With the goodness of green herbs and tantallizing flavor of lemon juice, this chutney is a powerhouse of essential nutrients. Without a doubt, it’s the perfect flavor partner for your favorite chaat.
Tandoori momos. A serious upgrade from the classic momos, these are tossed in tandoori paste and chargrilled to perfection. Dip in mint chutney, and serve with a side of spiced onion and carrot salad to create a vibrant appetizer.