Collard green rolls with a unique spicy filling. Merry Christmas Y’All!!! I hope everyone is enjoying this loooong weekend with their loved ones. The kids are going to be enjoying their gifts delivered by Santa so I am going to make an effort to gift the adults. By that I mean the gift of getting kids to eat their vegetables and I mean leafy vegetables especially collard greens. These sweet and sour collard rolls are easy to make and areRead More→
Tantalizing combination of Mixed Vegetables cooked in a spicy Tomato Gravy. Who knew dull and boring weather could inspire you to make a recipe??? Yes you heard me correctly!!! Just like last week the cold weather was the inspiration for this week’s post. Similar to those samosas I hope this Vegetable Kolhapuri OR Mixed Vegetable Curry warms the cockles of your heart instantly. Every spoonful of this dish will create such a symphony of flavors in your mouth that youRead More→
Spicy Shrimp stuffed in a Crispy triangular pastry. The storm, which began pounding Dallas with 20-30 mph winds, has finally stopped. But the weather is still rainy and cold on this lazy Sunday afternoon. Us Mumbaikars have the perfect recipe to make you feel good on days like this, which includes tea accompanied by “ YES YOU GUESSED IT” piping hot Samosas. This combination will definitely brighten up your mood on a dreary and boring day. Here’s the kicker!!!! WhenRead More→
Tender stewed chicken in spicy coconut based curry with fresh aroma of Malvani masala served with savory vade. The mere mention of the two words ‘Murgh Makhani” more commonly known as Butter Chicken is enough to get mouths watering everywhere around the world. Now I bring to you its big rival for your culinary affections “Murgh Malvani” or “Kombdi Vade” as the locals fondly call it. It is a deliciously spicy chicken curry eaten with vade which is basically aRead More→
Super healthy, protein packed mixed lentil pancake. It is a common misconception these days to think of healthy food as being boring and tasteless. But that notion is completely false and words like nutritious, tasty, delicious can in fact be used in the same sentence. And to further prove it I present to you these lip-smacking mixed lentil pancakes. Eat them with a tangy coconut and yogurt chutney and you will be in health-food heaven.
Soft Idlis with a tangy Coconut & Yogurt Chutney. One of the dishes that are synonymous with the cuisine from the southern part of India is “IDLIS”. It is so popular in the country that stalls selling this delicacy pop up on the roads seemingly out of nowhere. The reason for that is simple; these soft fluffy pillows of steamed goodness are simply delicious. You may dip them in sambar or lather them with chutneys, but the end result isRead More→
Crispy, Crunchy Chakali. Happy Diwali Everyone!!!! Diwali, the biggest & brightest festival of the year is finally upon us. It is the festival of bright lights, colors, delicious food and is celebrated in great zeal all over India. This diwali is extra special since it is going to be my first with my husband here in the US. So there is no better way to celebrate it than by making his favorite diwali snack “CHAKALI”.
A fresh homemade tortilla filled with a spicy cauliflower, potato and pea mixture & topped with salsa and mint chutney. Taco!!! This simple four-letter word is music to many people’s ears. Or maybe I should say their stomachs. Who knew a simple tortilla filled with a filling of choice would bring joy to your heart like no other. Even a spicy cauliflower taco like this one packs a lot of punch where the spiciness of the filling is beautifully balancedRead More→
Its Nacho time! Corn Chips layered with super flavorful Shredded Chicken, Green Peppers & Homemade Salsa. This is my first post from the land of Barbecue and Tacos. Since I absolutely love Mexican food it had to be the inspiration for this recipe. One of the more common Tex-Mex dishes is nachos. Add in some Indian flavors and you have a mouthwatering garam masala spiced chicken nachos with onions, peppers and freshly made salsa.
Classic Red Kidney Bean Hummus with an Indian Tadka. The last 2-3 weeks have been an absolute whirlwind for my wife and I. The reasons for that are my new job and our move to Dallas, TX. In such a situation posting new recipes becomes almost impossible. But I have to thank wifey dearest and her love affair with chips for being the inspiration for this delicious and rustic kidney bean hummus recipe.