MFS Video Recipes
If you’re looking for a quick and easy dessert recipe, this caramel custard is the way to go. With only a few pantry ingredients and just 15 mins of prep, you can make this luscious, silky smooth custard that’s for sure going to impress everyone you serve it to.
This air fryer pizza recipe is perfect for those random pizza cravings or unexpected guests. Think - perfectly crispy base, oodles of melted cheese and loads of your favourite toppings - are you craving some already? So without further ado, here’s how to make pizza in an air fryer.
These stuffed baingans are spicy, tangy, a little nutty, AND made in the air fryer. They’re inspired by the Tamil Nadu classic dish Ennai Kathirikai, which pairs deliciously with some hot white rice. The advantage of making this in the air fryer is it's more of a hands-free experience as compared to the stovetop version. This recipe also uses less oil and cooks faster comparatively – which I love.
This stuffed chicken breast recipe cooks perfectly in the air fryer. Stuffed with mushrooms, spinach and oodles of gooey cheese, this dish right here is what dreams are made of! Just a few ingredients and a few minutes are enough to put together a dish that’s going to leave everyone asking for more!
So aromatic and flavourful, this egg biryani or mutta biryani is just as delicious as its meaty counterparts. This recipe has everything you expect from a good biryani - fragrant rice, lip smacking masala, and that invigorating aroma - yet it is different from anything you’ve had before. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to make this Kerala-style egg biryani at home!
Soft, moist, and loaded with veggies, this vegetable upma recipe is as healthy as it is delicious. Made with simple, everyday ingredients and with a quick cook time, this wholesome South Indian breakfast is a great way to start your day and stay full for hours!
Sweet, sour, savoury, imli chutney or tamarind chutney is a riot of flavours! Commonly drizzled on chaats or served as a dipping sauce with fried Indian snacks, this Indian condiment is a total must have. Once you find out just how easy it is to make at home, this sweet chutney will make a permanent place in your kitchen.
This is my foolproof medu vada recipe: a good medu vada is light, fluffy inside with a bready texture and crispy, golden-brown outside. Dunked in piping hot sambar and served with a side of coconut chutney, these vadas are the best way to get your morning started.
Poha, a popular Indian breakfast, is healthy, delicious and ready in 20 minutes! Flattened rice tempered with basic spices and a quick cook time make this one of the most popular breakfast items across the country. Just one bowl of this kanda batata poha will keep you full for hours!
This stuffed Brinjal Curry is an Andhra-style recipe that’s very popular down South – and for all the right reasons. It’s got a ground masala base that’s spicy, tangy, sweet and nutty all at once, stuffed into small brinjals and simmered in a semi gravy. So much flavour to soak up!
Making Lachha Paratha at home is easier than you think! Featuring crispy, buttery, flaky layers, this flatbread can easily be called the Indian version of a puff pastry. Made with just four ingredients, this quick and easy paratha is the perfect accompaniment to most Indian curries.
This raw mango fish curry is spicy, tangy, and really packs a punch in terms of flavour. It’s inspired by Alleppey fish curry which originates from Kerala and uses raw mango to add a delicious tang to the curry. Your mouth might be on fire but you’ll still end up having seconds.