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Winners
  • Pumpkin Cheesecake Popsicle
    First Prize
    Cook time 0 mins

    A super quick and easy no-bake pumpkin cheesecake popsicles !

  • MOUSSAKA
    First Prize
    Cook time 30 mins

    a greek or east europe recipe including spiced mince lamb/chicken/veggies which has a base of sliced eggplant/pototao mingling with a bechamel sauce crust over the top

  • Bhindi chaat
    First Prize
    Cook time 15 mins

    Quick chatpataa fix

  • Mughlai Karela / Royal Bitterguard
    First Prize
    Cook time 20 mins

    This one"s for special occasions! Rich, creamy, aromatic and flavorful with a tough of sourness coming from bitterguard.

  • Tandoori Gobhi Makhni Biriyani
    First Prize
    Cook time 90 mins

    Here I cooked tandoori gobhi in makhni gravy and then combined this recipe with biriyani recipe.So,this is a unique recipe from my kitchen.My family love it very much and I am sure that its also going to be a must try recipe in your kitchen.

  • Floretina
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 30 mins

    Marinated cauliflower served with a saffron cheese sauce and plum gel

  • Chocolate pumpkin mini cakes
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 15 mins

    These cute little pumpkins are made out of an eggless, moist chocolate pumpkin batter with fall spices and a sweet drippy glaze. Perfect for an autumn party or even for just disguising the pumpkin in a cake :-)

  • Stuffed Pumpkin Rice
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 60 mins

    Flavourfull pot rice

  • Pumpkin buns
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 20 mins

    These pumpkin look alike buns are stuffed with pumpkin puree. These are usually made during halloween.

  • Brinjal Pickle : A Spicy Affair
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 15 mins

    Give spicy touch to your meals with this tasty spicy brinjal pickle. Easy to prepare and good to eat, this pickle will surely make a place in your heart.

  • Moutabel - Middle Eastern Eggplant Dip
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 5 mins

    Moutabel - Middle Eastern Eggplant Dip

  • Bhindi Kadhi (Okra in Yoghurt Sauce)
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 15 mins

    Kadhi or Yoghurt Stew is very common in all the North Indian Regions. Sometimes it is prepared with some veggies added to it. Today I bring to you Bhindi Kadhi or Okra in Yoghurt Sauce. This particular dish is very popular in Gujarati and Punjabi cuisines. The tempering differs from one region to the other. This is my version of this delectable Kadhi where I tempered with panch phoron (Bengali 5 spice mix). The okra is shallow fried separately and added to the prepared sauce just before taking off the fire. It is served along with any form of rice preparation. When made into a slightly thick consistency, it can also be relished with any Indian bread.

All Entries
  • (Bitter Gourd ) Karela pudding with chocolate & strawberry
    Cook time 25 mins

    It's a great challenge to convert this bitter vegetable in a dessert. Here comes my innovation. It's a 3 layered pudding with fusion of cake & custard. Do try it and enjoy.

  • Coconut Free Curry of Bitter Gourd
    Cook time 7 mins

    # main contest #5 veggies. .. This bolu huli or coconut free Curry is sweet and sour. Good for health. It is fat free. It is common in Dakshina Kannada district. It's very easy.

  • Stir fried bengan cheese chatka
    Cook time 15 mins

    It is delicious dish which can be served as side platter when you have guest at your home. Stir fried bengan cheese chatka is a fusion dish in which you can get yumminess of cheese and goodness of all veggies.

  • Pumpkin Coconut Malpua With Pistachio Rabdi
    Cook time 120 mins

    Malpua is one of the most relished sweetmeats throughout India, in fact each region will have it's own version, it can be safely said. Deep/shallow fried, dunked in sugar syrup, many add sugar in the batter itself. Serve it as it is or topped with chilled rabdi or like Rajasthanis do with moong dal halwa; the result is droolworthy. This one is my take, pumpkin, coconut and lots of other flavours, last but not the least finished with pistachio rabdi.

  • Brinjal disc Pakode/Begun Bhaja
    Cook time 10 mins

    A mouth watering pakoda crispy outside and soft and delicious inside. A must try evening or a kitty party snack.

  • Pumpkin tempura
    Cook time 25 mins

    Diffrent,innovative and tasty tea time snacks.

  • Quick Pumpkin Chunda. ( microwave made)
    Cook time 5 mins

    Mango Chunda is very popular in Gujarat. Here I have tried Pumpkin chunda and I swear You will welcome this new fast recipe.

  • Dahi baigan or Kathirikkai Pachhadi
    Cook time 10 mins

    Usually curd is commonly combined with vegetables like onion, tomato, cucumber, carrot, beetroot or even fruits like pineapple, grapes, etc. But this combination of brinjal and curd is something different and unusual. The slightly marinated and roasted brinjal in cool yogurt with spices is just heavenly. This dahi baigan or Kathirikkai Pachhadi is a very satisfying dish that can be served with any type of chapati , biryani or variety rice. The goodness of yoghurt along with nutrition from brinjal makes it a great side dish.

  • Roasted Garlic Cauliflower
    Cook time 30 mins

    A lovely cauliflower dish your family will love to have and you'd love to make too.Simple yet yummy healthy too,fresh crushed garlic and oil greased cauliflower,roasted with just salt pepper,onion powder.Dressed with cilantro or parsely as per choice,Wow!

  • White Pumpkin Kheer
    Cook time 20 mins

    Kheer prepared from White Pumpkin tastes awesome. This is healthy and delicious Indian sweet and been prepared in many regions. Quite simple, made from few ingredients, Pumpkin kheer is always a hit at our home.

  • Pumpkin with musterd masala
    Cook time 30 mins

    Pumpkin is a UP festival spesil sabji.

  • Instant Leftover Rice and Pumpkin Idli.
    Cook time 10 mins

    Just add grated Pumpkin and Sooji to your Leftover Rice and your yummy breakfast / snacks is ready.

  • Coconut Free Curry of Lady's Finger
    Cook time 5 mins

    # main contest#5 veggies .... It is cholesterol free. Helps to weight loss. This is the dish of DakshinaKannada district. Usually people do it in summer season.

  • Stuffed Brinjal Bonda
    Cook time 25 mins

    Using Brinjal,it is possible to prepare many varieties of foods like sambar,podi,palya,began bartha &palya etc... Here I'll tell you all how I prepared stuffed Brinjal Bonda.

  • Ladyfinger Kofta Curry
    Cook time 10 mins

    My innovation dish, hope you all like it.

  • Pumpkin spiced cake donut
    Cook time 18 mins

    The soft, cakey interior is perfectly complemented by crunchy exterior in this baked donuts.It’s the spices that give pumpkin the flavor you know and love. As you may have noticed, pumpkin puree by itself is rather bland.Voila! Homemade pumpkin donuts. You’re welcome!

  • Brinjal matar massala keema
    Cook time 20 mins

    A tasty innovative dish ...keema of brinjal

  • Okra Poriyal
    Cook time 10 mins

    This is a very easy and a simple side dish of okra stir fried with some tempering and garnished with fresh grated coconut and coriander leaves. Poriyals are a very common everyday meal in any Tamilian household. They are served as a side dish with either curd rice, sambar rice or rasam rice. They also tastes good with chapattis / parathas too. Poriyals can be made with carrots, cabbage, beans and beetroot too by following the same method.

  • Cauliflower Quinoa egg Bake
    Cook time 40 mins

    Healthy Food House is a blog I want to thank for this beautiful recipe. Though I mainly took the idea from there I infused my ideas of adding cauliflower, cumin seed and sauted according to our taste..

  • Baked Pumpkin Nachos
    Cook time 20 mins

    A fusion recipe. ...nachos in a different style...!!!

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