Garlicky Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Jump to recipe… Roasted Cherry tomatoes, simple yet packed with flavor! The cherry tomatoes are thrown on a sheet pan, covered in garlic, basil, evoo, red crushed pepper, salt, and pepper. Then they are baked until they release all their sweet juices and become char/ roasted.  They are garlicky, sweet, spicy, basil-y, tangy, and perfectly charred….I mean what’s not to love right!   These roasted tomatoes … Continue reading Garlicky Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Hara Bhara Papad Roll

Jump to recipe… Hara Bhara Papad Roll, is basically papad filled with a spicy & minty potato- paneer mixture. I filled mine with paneer, potato, corn, bell pepper, cilantro, mint, thai chilies, garlic, ginger, and maslas. I had a paneer filled papad roll at a restaurant once but it was very bland. I loved the concept of it but I knew I needed to make … Continue reading Hara Bhara Papad Roll

Schezwan Paneer Momos

Momo’s are a steamed dumpling, its origin is Tibet/ Nepali region. It has become a very popular street food across India. I LOVE momo’s they are like little steamed pockets of happiness. Holy moly these Schezwan Paneer Momos were a family favorite. I wasn’t expecting that because my family is not very big on dumplings or Chinese cuisine. My fil LOVED these and he is … Continue reading Schezwan Paneer Momos

Palak Paneer Parathas

I try my best not to waste food, so I try to come up with new ideas to repurpose leftovers. Especially during this time it is important for us to use what we have and make the most of it. Leftover Palak Paneer turned into these delicious Palak Paneer Parathas that are kid friendly and adult friendly. You can have them for breakfast, lunch or … Continue reading Palak Paneer Parathas