Palada payasam is one of the most loved Kerala desserts made with rice ada, milk, and sugar. This traditional dessert is an integral part of Kerala sadya (feast).
Batura is an Indian deep-fried bread made with plain flour. They are crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside. Unlike chapati and poori, batura is made with fermented dough.
Tomato fry is a restaurant-style tomato roast made with tomatoes and onion. This is one of the easiest tomato roasts that taste best when served with chapati, poori, rice, etc. If you do not want to cook something elaborate, try this tomato fry as it takes only less than 15 minutes.
Dutch apple pie is also known as an apple crumble pie. The main difference between a classic apple pie and a Dutch apple pie is the sweet and buttery crumb topping.
Baked potato cubes are an easy side dish that goes well with almost everything. They are a great alternative to mashed potatoes or french fries. These baked potato cubes are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Egg bhurji is a spicy scrambled egg that is very tasty and easy to prepare. It is a popular street food in India, served as a side dish for breakfast or dinner. Egg bhurji is much better than a regular scrambled egg as it is packed with flavors.
Cranberry cream cheese pound cake is a dense, moist cream cheese pound cake with dried cranberries. If you don’t have cranberries, you can substitute an equal amount of chopped raisins.
Thai basil chicken is a spicy chicken stir fry with holy basil leaves. This dish is called pad kra pao gai in Thai. Chicken with holy basil leaves may sound strange, but trust me, the flavors are unbeatable.
White coconut chutney is a quick and easy condiment for idli and dosa. It is made by grinding coconut with green chillies, shallots, etc. A seasoning with coconut oil, mustard seeds, dry red chillies, and curry leaves makes this chutney more flavorful.
Masala dosa is a crispy dosa with spicy potato filling. It is the ultimate comforting breakfast dish served in South Indian restaurants. This dosa pairs well with breakfast sambar and coconut chutney.
Easy breakfast sambar, one of the easiest side dishes for Idli and dosa. This breakfast sambar is very healthy and protein-rich as it is made with dal and vegetables.
Thai fried bananas or Kluay khaek is a Thai version of Kerala pazham pori. It is one of the most popular snacks in Thailand.
Vegetable pulao is a one-pot rice dish prepared by cooking rice with mixed vegetables and spices. This is one of the easiest comfort food to serve for a casual get-together.
Mango mastani is a rich and creamy mango milkshake with ice cream. This is a famous drink that originated in Pune, India.
Spicy baked chicken breasts made with a few ingredients. This is a great recipe for juicy and flavorful baked chicken breasts.
Ragi dosa is a fermented dosa made with finger millet, urad dal, and rice. This dosa is very healthy as it is rich in calcium, iron, dietary fiber, and protein.
Peanut butter is very healthy and high in protein. Making peanut butter at home is very easy, it only takes less than 10 minutes. Since we are not adding any preservatives, this homemade peanut butter is healthier than store-bought.
These homemade meatballs are very juicy and easy to make. They taste great either in a pasta sauce or on their own.
Moist and fluffy banana cupcakes with a tempting banana flavor. Baking these banana cupcakes will make your house smell amazing.
Pita bread is one of the easiest bread which is common in the Middle East. It is a yeast-leavened flatbread made with whole wheat flour and plain flour. You can also use 100% plain flour to make this pita bread.