This spicy green pani (water) is made with cilantro-mint chutney to create a spicy and vibrant water with which to fill your pani puri.
Bhel puri is a chaat that is made from puffed rice bursting with flavors from the fresh veggies, roasted peanuts, and chutneys!
Aloo Chana Papdi Chaat is a popular Indian street food that combines a medley of crunchy papdi, fluffy aloo (boiled potatoes), nourishing chana (chickpeas), and is topped off with mouth watering sweet and spicy chutneys.
Crunchy carom seed papdi crackers are a must-have for chaat lovers. It is the perfect snack to eat on its own or as a building block for your favorite chaat recipes!
Deliciously crispy vegan samosas filled with fluffy aloo (potatoes) and matar (green peas) are the perfect golden snacks to dip in sauces or to accompany your chai.
Dahi with lemon juice and cumin to create a cool, sweet, and citrusy yogurt sauce to drizzle over chaats.
Imli khajur chutney also known as date tamarind sauce is a thick sweet, sour, and tangy condiment that is used for chaats or as an excellent dipping sauce.
These crispy oven baked Indo-Chinese chicken Manchurian wings are a crunchy, spicy, and saucy appetizer that are a hit at parties and require no frying!
Checkout these easy and delicious Indian-inspired Super Bowl Party recipes to feed a crowd.
Pongal is a harvest festival celebrated by Tamilians around the world. Learn more about the festival, customs, and recipes so you can celebrate in the 2023 season.
A Pongal festival menu crafted with traditional recipes like ven pongal, lemon rice, and more for your holiday celebration.
These tea bag shaped chai sugar cookies have chai spices and tea granules baked in for an adorable tea time dessert or addition to your holiday cookie box.
A Christmas menu crafted with Indian recipes like samosa pot pie or crispy kale chaat that spice up the traditional holiday meal.
A guide to making homemade holiday boxes and cookie tins filled with Indian desserts to share with your friends and family this holiday season.
A Thanksgiving menu crafted with Indian recipes like samosa pot pie or crispy kale chaat that spice up the traditional holiday meal.
The history of how chai became a mainstream part of Indian culture is a complicated one rooted in colonialism and capitalism. Learn about the origin of this beloved black tea that rose in popularity.
Chai masala powder is an Indian tea spice mix made with a combination of warm spices like black peppercorn, cardamom, cinnamon, and fennel. This spice mix can be used to make masala chai or chai spiced desserts.
Sharing sweet mithai treats and snacks with friends, family, and colleagues is part of the festive tradition of Diwali. Learn how to make Indian homemade sweets and snacks to put in your holiday gift boxes!
This spicy, crunchy, tangy South Indian cornflake snack mixture requires just a few ingredients and is so easy to make at home -- no frying necessary.
This easy but delicious kesar malai peda, or Indian milk and saffron fudge, comes together in minutes thanks to the help of condensed milk and milk powder.
Khajur burfi is an Indian date and nut roll that has no added sugars but is naturally sweetened by dried fruit. It has crunchy nuts like pistachios, slivered almonds, and walnuts, which makes it the perfect snack for a long hike or a great sugar-free dessert.
Kaju katli is a decadent, melt-in-your-mouth, diamond-shaped Indian dessert adorned with edible silver foil.
This instant arisi murukku made with rice flour and sesame seeds is a savory and crispy snack to be enjoyed during Deepavali or shared during tea time.
This is the guide to the different types of dal or dried lentils commonly used in Indian cooking that you've been looking for! It will explain the differences between dals and which ones to use in various Indian dishes.
This keerai paruppu or spinach moong dal is a vibrant green, creamy dal that contains a daily dose of leafy spinach greens and comes together so easily in the instant pot!
This simple and creamy moong dal recipe comes together on the stove in minutes --no pressure cooker or instant pot needed. It's a great dal recipe full of delicious flavor.
This pineapple rasam has beautiful chunks of sweet pineapple that make for a sweet and spicy brothy soup that is complex in flavor but so simple to make.
Homemade rasam powder with fresh aromatic spices is so flavorful and helps create rasam instantly!
Homemade tamarind water is a two ingredient recipe that is so easy to make and will add a complex sour and sweet flavor to your Indian cooking.
This no-churn kesar mango ice cream uses kesar mango pulp along with three other ingredients to make a simple and delicious mango ice cream.
This spicy nimbu pani cocktail is a refreshing Indian cocktail that has serranos for heat, lime zest for tang, and black salt or kala namak for sourness.
These baked savory samosa hand-pies in the shape of sunflowers are almost too cute to eat but will disappear before you know it. These samosa hand-pies are the perfect tea party or picnic snack.
This Indian nachos chaat is the perfect crunchy and saucy vegetarian appetizer that perfectly mixes American cheesy nachos with bright Indian flavors.
Homemade Kashmiri Chili Hot Honey! Kashmiri chili powder is the star ingredient that creates this red-hued honey that is sweet and spicy.
Do you really have to use idli rice to make dosa? This deep dive experiment looks at different rice varieties to see which one yeilds the best dosa.
Pal payasam is an Indian rice pudding perfumed with cardamom. This stovetop pal payasam uses evaporated milk for a warm and decadent dessert that comes together quickly.
Onions caramelized in masala and swirled with flaky, buttery puff pastry. These are the perfect appetizer for any celebration!
This is the ultimate guide on throwing an Indian afternoon tea. It has tips from decor to crafting the perfect Indian high tea menu filled with various chais and Indian-inspired tea time snacks.
Kesari is a sweet semolina (rava) dessert porridge popular in South India.This dish is sweet from the sugar, floral from the cardamom, tangy from the pineapple, and buttery from the ghee.
Banana leaves are eco-friendly plates to eat off of. This is a quick guide on the ins and outs of eating on a banana leaf.