Breakfast, lunch or dinner, these foods are terrific any time of day! Theyr'e also fairly simple to make. What more can you ask for?!
rom western India, Poha, made from flattened rice, is an easy-to-cook, nutritious food. Add extra zing to Poha by serving it with Mint-Coriander Chutney!
No matter where you go in India, Upma is a hot favorite breakfast food! Originally from South India, this tasty dish is so wholesome you'll want to make a meal of it!
his nutritious snack from Gujarat in Western India is popular all over the country. Serve it with Tamarind and Mint-coriander Chutneys.
This recipe brings back happy memories of my Grandfather (who was a great cook and one of my best friends) making Cheela for me! Happy days!
Straight out of the heart of Maharashtra in Western Indian, Vada Pav has iconic status in India. It used to be "poor man's food", but these days even the rich and famous can be spotted eating it at Bombay's (Mumbai) numerous roadside food stalls!
This snack from Maharashtra in western India is great for cold, rainy days as an accompaniment to hot Masala Chai (spiced tea)!
You can make these just as easily from scratch as with any leftover veggie dish.