Chicken Lollipop

Chicken Lollipop is an Indo-Chinese fun little fusion appetizer where chicken wings are folded in the shape of lollipops to be marinated twice in 2 different flavorful sauces and then deep fried. Whether you’re a fan of spicy flavors or prefer something more tangy, these tasty treats are sure to delight your taste buds.

Plain Paratha | Chapati

Parathas are a beloved staple in Indian households, cherished for their simple yet delightful taste and ease of preparation. Made with whole wheat flour, these flatbreads offer a comforting flavor that pairs perfectly with a variety of dishes. Whether enjoyed alongside rich gravies like Paneer Butter Masala or as a standalone snack with a cup of tea, parathas never fail to satisfy cravings and bring a sense of warmth to the table. With their crispy exterior and soft, flaky interior, they’re a favorite choice for any mealtime occasion.

Sambar Recipe

Sambar, a traditional dish of South India, is a comforting blend of toor dal, veggies, tamarind, and spices. It’s not just delicious but also packed with nutrients from the dal and veggies. Paired with idlis, dosas, or rice, it makes for a wholesome meal. After years of practice, I’ve perfected my sambar recipe, and I’m thrilled to share it with you today.

Mint Chutney | Pudina Chutney

Homemade mint chutney is a simple yet incredibly flavorful addition to any meal. With just a handful of ingredients and a few minutes of your time, you can whip up a batch of this delicious condiment to elevate your dishes. So, next time you’re craving something tangy and refreshing, reach for a jar of homemade mint chutney!

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori chicken, a beloved dish originating from India, takes its name from the traditional tandoor clay oven. Marinated in a flavorful mixture of yogurt, lemon juice, and spices, this dish boasts tender, succulent meat infused with aromatic flavors. While traditionally known for its fiery red hue, our recipe skips the food dye, focusing on natural ingredients for a healthier twist. Plus, you don’t need a fancy tandoor oven; a grill or oven will do just fine!

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