Learn authentic Indian recipes in a fun, interactive class-join us in our online cooking classes !
Join us for INDFUSED's interactive online cooking classes that offer step by step guidance for all skill levels. Home-style Indian chicken curry in 30 minutes!
Sharing our latest Cook Along class, which was interactive, informational and fun! This class is perfect for people who want to eat delicious Indian food that is vegetarian, vegan and gluten free! Step by step guidance starts from sourcing the ingredients. INDFUSED spice kits tailored to the class, make it even easier for participants to... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLJ8j6JRrBk&t=1386s It is that time of the year when we enjoy summer’s bountiful vegetables and fruit. Farmer’s markets, CSAs and the grocery stores are all flooded with fresh produce that is so irresistible! During summer we all look to enjoy this bounty in quick and easy recipes. So, when Cary library invited me to do... Continue Reading →
2 ingredient, yummy rakhi that kids of all ages will enjoy making! Rakhis are special bracelets sold for Raksha bandhan. It is special day of celebrations for brothers and sisters. Rakhi symbolizes the loving and protective bond between the brothers and sisters. Generally Rakhis are made of a medallion made of beads, shiny paper, cardboard... Continue Reading →
Immensely popular Indian Chinese food to celebrate Chinese New Year today! Today, on Chinese New Year’s Day, I was reflecting on the tremendous popularity of the Chinese cuisine in India. As a child, I think that was the first multi-cultural food I was introduced to and have fond memories of how much I enjoyed the... Continue Reading →
An earthy soup that combines the goodness of Indian and Thai cuisine- perfect for the fall and all under 30 minutes! And a compilation of creative dal recipes by many talented bloggers. You all know my passion for creating fusion recipes, right? I go nuts thinking of the endless combinations of flavors possible in our... Continue Reading →
Easy recipe for a succulent weeknight dinner on the grill. A meal that lets you relax as it cooks by itself and has minimal clean up! Friends, I could not wait to share this easy, finger licking good recipe with you. Can you believe that you put the marinated chicken and veggies in a foil pack on... Continue Reading →
Quick and easy candy flowers to impress your Valentine! You can decorate desserts, cupcakes, kheer pudding! When I had a request to show how I made flowers in some of my other posts, I thought what better time than Valentine’s day to share these quick and easy flowers? You can use them to decorate any... Continue Reading →