Chicken Pasta in Cajun Style

Try this if you are feeling adventurous and desire to stir things up a bit! A Southern-inspired recipe that is unfailing to add a little delight to your dinner table. Serve it with cornbread.

  By Aaradhya

New Delicious Dessert in Town- Cake Pops!

Cake pops are one of the latest trends in dessert art, which are basically little-smushed orbs of cake and cream cheese, doused in chocolate or candy melts. Whilst most of the recipes call for a boxed cake mix, we would encourage you to make this recipe with cake leftovers. For example, these cake pops in the pics were made with the leftovers of a chocolate birthday cake.

  By Aaradhya

Oriental Noodle Salad

A zesty treat! Goes amazingly well with bbq chicken and a beer.

  By Aaradhya

Cherry Clafoutis- Julia Child’s Way

Makes a pure and pleasing dessert, or a delightful and satisfactory breakfast! Originating in the countryside nearby the town of Limoges, France, a clafoutis is a baked fruit pudding!

  By Aaradhya

Flawless Flourless Chocolate Cake

It's presumably the simplest thing you could possibly make, and it's simply so darn delicious.You clearly have to make this one! And don't neglect to serve it with whipped cream (vanilla ice cream is ok as well)!

  By Aaradhya

Gajar Ka Halwa ( in microwave)

A fast and instant method of making gajar ka halwa or carrot halwa. Gajar halwa is a very famous and favorite sweet dish especially in the north India. It is customarily made during winters as that's the season of nice juicy red carrots in India. This carrot halwa recipe takes very less time to prepare in the microwave. The cooking time in the microwave is roughly 10 to 11 minutes. While making the halwa in a microwave, please use a deep microwave safe Lumino Mixing Bowl “ LU09 or Orchard Garden Bowl “ BP35 Parabolic, so that the halwa mixture does not spill out and serve it in the Drona bowl set.

  By Aaradhya

Besan ke Ladoo

Besan laddoos are one of the famous laddoos which are often made during the festive seasons. They are easy to make and healthy to eat, sweet which is loved and prepared all over the country. People, generally, make them in bulk and store them in an airtight container.

  By Aayesha Merchant

Traditional Kaju Katli (Cashew Fudge)

This step by step recipe is a sincere attempt to share the method to get the perfectly traditional Kaju Katli at home. Since I actually struggled with this Indian sweet many times while making the other Indian sweets were a cake walk.

  By Aayesha Merchant

Grande trail mix!

Nuts are pint-sized nutritional power-house that is loaded with healthy unsaturated fats, protein, fiber, antioxidants, vitamin E, and other essential vitamins and minerals. Whether they're raw or roasted. Seeds provide many of the same nutritional benefits as nuts do. Hemp seeds, for example, are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, gamma linolenic acid, protein, zinc, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, and calcium. Dried fruits can be a great source of fiber, antioxidants, calcium, and vitamins A, C, and K. It's also pretty easy to make your own dried fruit at home in the oven.

  By Aaradhya

Traditional Gulab Jamun

This recipe tells you how to make authentic Gulab Jamun, not with any readymade mixes, but with special hariyali mava or chikna mava, which gives the traditional sweet its rich feel and intense flavour.

  By Aaradhya