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Cumin scented foxtail millet, dotted with peanuts and sweet potato! Farali, gluten free, vegetarian recipe!
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 →
Waffled Savory French Toast
Bombay Masala Toast in a new Global Avatar- It is grilled cheese and savory french toast rolled in one! Scrumptious, easy recipe. Serves 2. #bestfusionfoodrecipes
Delicious Indian dinner menu for spring, with streamlined recipes, that are also healthier than take out! Spring really puts a spring in our step, doesn’t it? I especially enjoy the longer days but it is still cold here. So, a warm dinner with the flavors of spring, is perfect for this time of the year.... Continue Reading →
Besan Pancake with Black Beans and Roasted Corn are scrumptious, nubby, protein rich pancakes. It is an Indian fusion recipe with Mexican toppings. Healthy, delicious and quick and easy! #20minutemeals
Dear friends, Tomorrow January 26th, India's Republic Day, is an Indian national holiday, celebrated with grandeur and pride all over India. Here in America, my students will be presenting at the Republic Day celebration held at the Indian cultural school. I am looking forward to hearing their views and ideas. India's tri colors are seen... Continue Reading →
Homemade and semi-homemade scrumptious appetizers and snacks that are perfect for game day! Football, friends and food is what is on our collective minds this weekend. The buzz is all around us wherever we go and of course on TV too. But with the big snow storm coming our way and the chance of roads... Continue Reading →
Luscious whole wheat flat bread made with dates, milk and sesame seeds. The festival of Makar Sankrant is approaching. Makar Sankrant is celebrated in various forms all across India, on January 14th. This year my Marathi calendar shows it to be on the 15th. It marks the sun’s travel to Makar (Capricorn) zodiac, which means... Continue Reading →