Food: If you’re like me and almost everyone I know, you’re a dud in the kitchen. House parties are one of your worst nightmares. Cooking for survival is great but you can’t really feed dal chaawal to your guests. You don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen and don’t have the money to hire a chef. Do not fret, your needs are met.
Vegetable Pulav Recipe: Out of time to make some food for lunch or dinner? Here's some Vegetable Pulao that gets ready in 15 mins, with actually just about 2-3 mins of your active time. This means you can cook something else in that precious remaining time.
Chinese Fried Rice: Quick and easy Chinese fried rice made with leftover rice. It’s very simple to make, and is perfect for you lunch box.
Easy Pan Pizza: You don’t need an oven to make this super-easy Italian favourite you can cook it over the stove. It also comes out softer than regular pizza, yummy with toppings.
Potato Sesame Rolls: There are times when your kids want something immediately and you know it has to be tasty. Most kids love potatoes, so here’s a quick recipe from Chef Jyoti that will please everyone.
Healthy Biscuit Recipe: This two-ingredient biscuits are the easiest to make, and are super healthy as well because they are fat free, have high protein content and is low on calories.
Kalakand Burfi: Make this traditional Indian sweet in any occasion. Now, no elaborate affair needed to wow everyone with your culinary skills. Do it in just 15 mins.
Chocolate Mousse: Are you a fervent chocoholic? If yes, then this chocolate mousse recipe is just perfect for you. Indulge in the goodness of velvety smooth chocolate and we bet, you can't resist the second serving.
Sindhi Vegetable Kadhi: This north Indian dish will make you a star, plus it’s packed with vegetables, so that should keep the diet-conscious happy.
Cream Cheese Omelette: You think gourmet food always takes hours to make? Think again. This lovely cream cheese omelette can be served steaming hot on your plate in a matter of 15 minutes.
Healthy Oatmeal Pancakes: Quick snacks are usually high on calorie and leave you feeling guilty later. Easy to make and super healthy (it’s oats after all), change the topping to suit your palate and you’ve got yourself a cracking snack/breakfast.