Instant Pot Patta Gobhi Matar (Cabbage & Peas)

Simple Indian stir-fry with cabbage and green peas! This Patta Gobhi Matar goes well with roti or any bread of choice.

This vegan side is made in the Instant Pot and gets done in less than 30 minutes.

I love how convenient it is to make Indian sabzis that I grew up eating in the Instant Pot!

Almost all everyday Indian recipes are can be easily cooked in the electric pressure...

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Masala Smashed Potatoes

Spiced and tangy Masala Smashed Potatoes!

These smashed potatoes are flavored with Indian spices and would make a great appetizer for the holidays!

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We all love potatoes, don’t we?

Whether it’s in the form of paratha or...

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South Indian Vegetable Coconut Stew

Vegetable coconut stew flavored with mustard seeds, ginger and curry leaves and made in the Instant Pot!

This goes well with idli, dosa, appam or even rice.

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Instant Pot Makhani Pasta

Got 30 minutes? Make this cream Makhani Pasta inspired by Indian flavors in your Instant Pot!

Whole wheat pasta tossed in a spiced creamy India sauce and all comes together in 30 minutes.

It is also vegan!

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Chilli Paneer

Make restaurant style Chilli Paneer at home with this step by step recipe!

Paneer (Indian cottage cheese) is tossed in a flavorful spicy sauce made with soy sauce, chili sauce, vinegar!

Tastes great with fried rice or hakka noodles.

Indo-Chinese is a cuisine in itself and hugely popular back home in India.

It’s the Indian...

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Kung Pao Tofu

Sweet and spicy Kung Pao Tofu is one of my favorite ways to enjoy tofu.

Pan fried tofu is tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce along with pepper, dried chilies and peanuts.

This tastes best with brown rice!

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Vegetable Jalfrezi

Vegetable Jalfrezi made in the Instant Pot!

This recipe is loaded with veggies, paneer and all cooked together in a tangy tomato sauce.

Pairs well with naan or rice.

So now that Diwali is done, we can get back to regular recipes.

How was Diwali guys? What did you guys do? We ate tons of homemade sweets and snacks,...

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Kesar Malai Ladoo

These melt-in-mouth Kesar Malai Ladoo require only a handful of ingredients.

Made with milk, sugar and flavored with saffron and cardamom, these are must for the festive season.

I love making Bengali sweets at home. Whether it’s the rasmalai, sandesh or rasgulla, I love them all.

Milk forms the base of a lot of bengali sweets. Isn’t it amazing how so many different sweets...

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Roasted Poha Chivda

Quick and easy, this Poha Chivda is one of my favorite snacks. This snack mix is made with flattened rice (poha), nuts and spices.

I oven roast the rice flakes and nuts to make it little healthier. These are great to munch on with Chai!

As much as I love making sweets during Diwali, I also make a lot of savory stuff.

Like these baked methi mathri or namak pare or...

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Paan Kheer with Rose Cashew Crumble

Enjoy the flavors of meetha paan in this delectable Paan Kheer!

Topped with rose cashew crumble, these make pretty festive dessert.

I love playing with the flavors of paan (betel leaves) to incorporate them into desserts.

If you have been around here for a while, you would surely know that!

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Dahi Bhalla – Tips to Make Soft Bhalla

Make the softest Dahi Bhalla with this fool-proof recipe!

These lentil fritters are dunked in yogurt and topped with spicy and sweet chutneys. No celebration in my house was complete without them.

If there was one thing which mom always made for all festivals, it was this- Dahi Bhalla!

Whether it was Holi, Diwali or Raksha Bandhan, these were always on the...

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Gulab Jamun Shrikhand Jars

Gulab Jamun Shrikhand Jars – layers of cookie crumbs, thick & creamy shrikhand and topped with gluab jamun!

These gorgeous parfait make the perfect festive treat! They are also easy to make in advance.

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