UttapamHave you ever thought of trying savory pancakes, Indian style? Uttapam is a traditional South Indian recipe. It’s flavored with classics such as onions, tomatoes, herbs and some veggies. This super-filling recipe can be enjoyed for lunch, dinner or even breakfast.Idli & Dosa BatterWe have all heard about the benefits of fermentation. Yet, we often wonder how to include nutrilicious (nutritious+delicious) meals in our daily lifestyle. This Idli & Dosa Batter will help you enjoy fermented foods in the form of thin and crispy rice crepes (dosas), idlis (rice dumplings), or uttapam (savory Indian pancakes) that you serve with a side of sambar or chutney.Sambar SoupSambar is a deliciously spicy and warming soup often served with masala dosas (lentil crepes) or idlis (steamed rice dumplings) and a side of coconut chutney. The perfect South Indian meal!Coconut ChutneyTraditionally served with South Indian meals, especially dosas and idlis, you will love this delicious, creamy, and spicy dip. It is easy to make and tastes so much better coming from your kitchen!Cilantro Mint ChutneyPickles and chutneys are always served at an Indian meal. Cilantro Mint Chutney is easy to make and will add a nice zing to curries and dosas.Indian Masala ChaiIn India, chai is more than just a cup of tea to start the day. Chai is the answer to a hectic day at work, the perfect “warm” ice-breaker for social awkwardness, or the go-to drink for coping with stress. Chai can be enjoyed in all seasons with friends, family, or just by yourself. Red Lentil DalDal, prepared from a variety of beans, split peas, or lentils, is served at almost every Indian meal. This delicious recipe, bursting with protein and flavor, will sure to become a family favorite.Indian Pea CutletsEnjoy this classic Indian appetizer with your choice of chutney or ketchup.Moong DalMoong Dal is a delicious way to enjoy the health benefits of the yellow mung bean (spilt moong dal, or lentils without skin). In addition to being high in protein, this humble bean has antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. Enjoy!Gingery Tofu with Bell PeppersThis versatile, savory dish can be served over rice or as a wrap in flatbread. Easy to make, it is sure to become a family favorite.Chana MasalaTo highlight a special dinner, serve this easy rendition of Indian-style chickpeas with rice and plain yogurt (vegan or dairy).Kashmiri-Style CauliflowerOur recipe is a regal presentation often served at Indian weddings with rice pilaf and naan (Indian bread).