A classic menu item at most Indian restaurants is easily made at home using our Indian spice starter kit. This is an easy meal to feed a whole family and keeps well all week. It can be made vegan by using tofu and coconut cream.
This recipe jazzes up a standard boxed cake by leaning into the flavors of browned butter and roasting fruit. This roasted strawberry brown butter frosting is perfect for cupcakes and cakes as it is light and creamy yet not too sweet.
Do you love Indian food? Are you looking for a flavorful, and relatively fast meal for yourself or the family? Biryani is the catch all name for a spiced and layered rice dish. This recipe uses some shortcuts to give the essence of the beloved Indian dish without spending hours in the kitchen.
As the holidays come closer and the weather becomes colder, we look to comfort food. One of the favorites in our household is a simple butter chicken dip which highlights Veda's signature spice mix. This is the perfect dish to share with friends over a few cold beers or a bottle of wine.
This version, the lamb pot pie, uses leeks to add sweetness and a spice blend that gives a bright earthiness. The use of roasted garlic and red wine add even more layers of flavor. Though this recipe uses the Instant Pot, you can just as easily make it on top of the stove- it will just require a little more patience.
Eating the street food of India is one of life's true pleasures. Save the trip to Mumbai and bring the flavors to your home kitchen. Veda's recipe for kothu parotta brings specialty flavors with an easy approach!
Indo-Chinese is one of the original fusion cuisines of Asia. For centuries in Indian kitchens have been taking bold cracked pepper flavors and blending them into delicious, spicy masalas. This fish dish is not one to miss!