Kheema Calzone

Perfect for the football game this weekend! Kheema (Indian spiced ground meat) Calzone is a crowd favorite.

Kheema Calzone

Makes 1 (12 inch) pie     Do you day dream about food like I do? Well, today I was so engrossed thinking of Aai’s (my mother’s)  kheema pizza, that I traveled through space and time and could almost smell the aroma that filled the home as the pizza baked in the oven…..Aai used to make… Continue Reading →

Not So Sloppy Joes ! Guest post for Bindi and Jeans

Makes 8 sandwiches I was thrilled when Deepthi of Bindi and Jeans, asked me to write a guest post about  Indian fusion potluck dishes.What a wonderful site Deepthi, Ramya, Shweta and Kuki have created, that is dedicated to women! Women like us, who understand the trials and tribulations of immigrating to a foreign land and making… Continue Reading →

Malvani Chicken, an Heirloom Recipe

This  recipe from the coastal town of Malvan in the Konkan region of India is all the rage these days! Malvani cuisine has become quite the rage in India in recent years. I wonder what took people so long to discover this distinctive cuisine! I grew up with Malvani cuisine because my ancestors come from the Malvan Vengurla… Continue Reading →

Piquant Pineapple Raita with Pomegranate

  Serves 8 to 10 as a side dish   Going to a potluck this weekend? How about making a healthy, delicious, unique raita, that makes a stunning party dish? What if this raita, which is a crowd pleaser, can be put together in under 5 minutes? I know it sounds too good to be true but it is true. I… Continue Reading →

Beautiful, Bountiful Salad !

Serves 4 I love the colors and flavors of the fall season.The breath taking beauty and bounty in nature all around us, at Thanksgiving time, is so inspiring! Mother Nature motivated me to create this salad,that I feel is rich in color, taste and texture. And of course it is healthy too with the wheat berries, vegetables, fruit, walnuts,… Continue Reading →

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