Soaked black garbanzo beans are pressure cooked and then simmered in a spicy and tangy coconut gravy. This is best served with steamed rice.How about trying this Konkani special today?
A delightful, slightly chewy, milk fudge made with just 4 ingredients. Doodh Peda is perfect for any occasion.
One of the quintessential dishes served during a Kerala sadya, erissery has different forms and regional variations. This is my favorite version that has a touch of sweetness from the use of butternut squash. Add spices & coconut to the equation and the result is an aromatic accompaniment to your rice. Why wait for a special occasion, make some today.
Sweet, tangy, spicy – applesauce raisin chutney hits all the right taste notes. Serve with samosas, dhokla, chaat , tikkis or pakodas. Lip-smacking good.
Pan roasted butternut squash with baby spinach – perk it up some cayenne pepper & a dash of aromatic garam masala – a flavorful accompaniment. Ready in minutes.
Rainbow in a bowl – chia seeds topped with seasonal fruits & nuts. It is like having dessert for breakfast, but healthier. Chia seeds breakfast bowl – the perfect, easiest, no-cook to-go breakfast.
Making fresh chocolate chip bagels at home is easy. Follow the recipe to make the chewiest bagels on the inside and crisp on the outside. Experiment with different flavor and topping combinations. Oh, the possibilities are endless.
Make memories. Have fun and get your kids cooking in no time. Here are five recipes you can use to explore cooking with kids.
Doodhpaak (Kheer) – traditional, aromatic Indian pudding made by simmering rice in milk & sweetened with sugar. Tastes ab-so-lute-ly divine.
Recipe for flavor packed sauteed mushrooms with fennel seeds, pearl onions, and black pepper. Ready in minutes, seriously Delicious!