This Curry leaf Chutney is quick and easy to make and so handy to have as it is a versatile and scrumptious chutney! Check out the step by step video!
Fresh Corn cha Shira! https://videopress.com/v/VzDgUY5u?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&autoPlay=true&loop=true&playsinline=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Making Curried Corn Shira- A quick and easy snack that is perfect for the summer! Fresh, tender, corn on the cob, bursting with flavor is a summer time favorite. This Corn cha Shira, as it is called in Marathi, is a favorite of mine since childhood. Luckily this recipe takes... Continue Reading →
Freshly made and ready to eat Raw Mango Pickle is one of the most favorite condiments in an Indian meal. Mangoes evoke so many childhood memories for me! Mango season began early spring when the tree in our backyard would be covered with fragrant blossoms heralding the arrival of the this king of fruit in... Continue Reading →
Kairichi Dal is a yellow split pea salad made in the spring. Kairi is raw mango and dal is the chana dal or yellow split peas used for this dish. It is traditionally served in these eco friendly leaf containers! Hindu New Year starts with the month of Chaitra. The exact date is based on... Continue Reading →
Gatari Amavasya, celebrated mostly in Maharashtra, India, is the no moon day before the beginning of Shravan, the holy month in the Hindu calendar. To me, Gatari Amavasya seems similar to Fat Tuesday. Many people observe the holy month by abstaining from non- vegetarian foods. So, they feast on Gatari Amavasya, the day before the... Continue Reading →
Figure-friendly, protein rich, piquant appetizer that is ready in 17 minutes in the air fryer! This healthy appetizer is such a hit at parties! It is my favorite snack for summer munching on the patio as well. With Indfused’s recipe for Spicy Seared Edamame as the guide, this recipe was developed for the air fryer.... Continue Reading →
Served with cocktails, mocktails or with your afternoon tea, this popular,snack is now guilt free! It is also gluten free and protein rich. Traditionally the popular masala peanut bhujias are deep fried. They are so hard to resist in the stores! But I knew that once I bought them, I would open the package in... Continue Reading →