This jackfruit seeds curry is made by cooking jackfruit seeds with raw mango pieces and dried prawns, with turmeric powder, chilli powder, and curry leaves. This flavourful curry is finished off with ground coconut and a garnish of fried shallots.
Succulent squid rings with a wonderful aroma of spices cooked in ghee and fresh curry leaves. This squid ghee roast in Mangalorean style is a delightful seafood delicacy that you’ll fall in love with!
This pressure cooker mutton biryani is an easy-to-cook version of the famed Malabar mutton biryani. Jeerakasala rice cooked with whole spices, soaking up the flavours of juicy mutton simmered with onions, spices, mint and coriander leaves – it is a union that you cannot refuse!
This easy homemade chocolate ice cream is a deliciously creamy frozen dessert! This no churn ice cream can be prepared in no time, there is no cooking involved, and it doesn’t require a machine. With just six ingredients, this is easily one of the best homemade desserts.
This lavender kulfi brings together the elegant, delicate flavours of culinary lavender and the creamy, deliciousness of milk to create an amazing frozen dessert for the season. Kulfi, considered the Indian version of ice cream, is a refreshing treat to cheer you up during the exhausting summer.
If you love idli, you cannot say no to this terrific combo of delicious, super healthy ragi idlis and the lip-smacking pepper coconut chutney. You have a perfect breakfast when you pair these soft, fluffy idlis with this fantastic, one-of-a-kind, six pepper medley coconut chutney.
Loaded with flavours of cheese and garlic in a pillowy, pull-apart bread, this Pull-Apart Cheesy Garlic Bread is an easy, homebaked garlic bread indulgence!
This Laal Maas recipe is my easy rendition of a classic meat delicacy – the traditional Rajasthani Laal Maas with succulent mutton pieces falling off the bones! Laal maas is a mutton curry spiced with dry chillies and cooked in a yogurt base.
This Egg Curry Kerala Style is packed with flavours – it has subtle sweetness from onions, creaminess from coconut milk, mild tanginess from tomato, and a hint of heat from chillies.
These baked potato wedges are crispy on the outside, succulent on the inside, and packed with a load of flavours! You got to try it only once to believe how good they are!