Appalu are one Authentic dish in Andhra Cuisine which are famous for their soft texture and color and of course not overly sweet. This is an item the whole family can relish and forces you to make again… I bet!.
Basen puda is a great dish to serve for breakfast or a light lunch. This recipe is quick to prepare and can be served many different ways.
Spicy hot bread pakoras are great as an appetizer, finger food for any type of the gathering, and a tasty compliment for your afternoon tea.
Cheese is produced and consumed throughout the world in various forms. Shakkar para or Namak para are very popular snacks served in India during Diwali season. Combing cheese with Namak Para has resulted into what I call “Cheese Para”. The cheese adds a little zing to the Namak Para taking it to a whole new level.
Dhokla is a popular dish in the state of Gujrat. Dhokla is a great appetizer.
This is an easy and delicious eggless pineapple cake recipe and this can be served any time of the day, and for any occasion.
Jalebis can best be described as funnel cakes. Jalebis can be made thin and crispy or thick and juicy. Jalebis taste best when served hot.
Kadhi is a very popular dish throughout India. Kadhi is a blend of yogurt and besan (gram flour) with besan pakoras. Kadhi is served with plain white rice.
Khasta Kachoris are a delicious, spicy, fried puff pastry appetizer for any occasion.
Mathris are similar to salted crackers and are a popular afternoon snack. Traditionally, mathris are served with spicy pickles.
Naan is Indian flat bread, traditionally cooked in a clay oven or “tandoor.” This recipe uses a regular home oven. Serve Naan with Daal, Chola, Palak Paneer or any vegetable dish.
Roti is also known as chapati. Roti is Indian flat bread made with whole-wheat flour. Roti are served with a variety of cooked vegetables, lentils, and yogurt.
Samosas are probably the most popular Indian appetizer and are often served as hors d’oeuvres. This recipe is for traditional north Indian Samosa.
Upma Sooji is a great dish for breakfast or brunch.
Pakoras are an all-time favorite snack in India- perfect for a rainy day at home or at night for a cocktail party! Pakoras are delicious paired with a cup of hot spicy Indian Chai.