When most people in the west think of ways to cook cauliflower they come up with either soup, mashed, boiled or roasted but it also tastes absolutely fantastic in a curry. The big white fluffy looking vegetable is exceptionally healthy and is popularly used in Indian cooking. The cauliflower recipe that I am sharing today tastes great as a side with ether Indian or western meals. Served over nutty tri color quinoa and topped with pomegranate jewels, it brings out the best in it. Not only does it make a beautiful presentation but it is also beyond delicious![ Click to read more... ]
When I cook oats my thoughts go back to ‘meetha dalia’ my mom used to make for us. Dalia is a hindi term used for cracked wheat. It is very similar to steel cut oats and a traditional breakfast food in winters. Oats were unheard of while I was growing up but in last few years it became part of Indian breakfast repertoire and now oats are widely used in sweet and savory recipes.[ Click to read more... ]
A few weeks back, I received an email from a reader, who frankly said that I do not have a goat curry recipe on my blog. To be honest, I didn’t quite realize that I never posted something that I enjoy eating and have a husband who adores. No party is complete at our house without cooking goat meat. Then almost immediately after reading email I thought I would share a goat curry recipe as soon as I make it next.[ Click to read more... ]
Yes, you read that correctly, today I’m guest blogging over at Nava K.
I was so pleased when Nava emailed and asked me to be a guest blogger, while she is traveling. Since it was festivity time when she contacted me sweets were on my mind hence I thought to pamper your taste buds with a festival sweet. So here I have for you a delicious post of besan ladoo.[ Click to read more... ]
Rasam is an appetite stimulating south Indian soup, that is tangy and fiery hot. It can be had strained or just as is for soup or can be eaten along with a bowl of steamed rice. Rasam is a lighter version of sambar, yet with a distinct and appealing flavor. Try it once and I bet you will be hooked![ Click to read more... ]