Join us for a Spring Cook Along! Fun, interactive class and your dinner is ready by the end of class!
Curried Corn Shira- A summer favorite!
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 →
Fun Recipes for Indian Republic Day!
Indian Republic Day recipes!
New product in the INDFUSED shop!
Indfused's latest product- Nourishing Khicahdi is the star of Ayurvedic cooking. Try it today!
New Cook Along in May!
Dear friends, Join us for a fun and information packed evening as we cook together! Step by step guidance is provided from sourcing to cooking for this online class. List of ingredients is sent a week before class. INDFUSED spice kits are also available for your convenience. Your delicious meal is ready by the end... Continue Reading →
Coconut Caranji and Karanji Canapes!
Coconut Caranji and Karanji Canapes
Baked Bakarwadi !
Crispy, scrumptious, authentic tasting, bakarwadi,without the deep frying!
Bakarawadi can be labeled as the most addictive snack food of Maharashtra, India! It is a stuffed, savory roll that is deep fried. Here is my baked version that is sure to satisfy your craving for the famous Bakarwadi!
There are two types of Bakarwadi in Maharashtra that are insanely popular. As far as I can remember, there have been people lined up outside the stores to buy them! Their popularity has not faded over the years. Of the two most popular ones, one is the bakarwadi from Pune and the other from Kolhapur. The covering made of besan or gram/chick pea flour is similar in both but each has a distinctive filling.
My recipe is to create a filling similar to the Chitale Bandhu bakarwadi in Pune. The added bonus is that I baked my bakarwadis so I can enjoy them guilt free 🙂 I have made…
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Simple Indian Recipes for the Summer!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLJ8j6JRrBk&t=1386s It is that time of the year when we enjoy summer’s bountiful vegetables and fruit. Farmer’s markets, CSAs and the grocery stores are all flooded with fresh produce that is so irresistible! During summer we all look to enjoy this bounty in quick and easy recipes. So, when Cary library invited me to do... 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 →
Saturday Cook Along!
Hello everyone! I am looking forward to seeing you at these online Cooking Classes on Zoom. The classes will be informative and fun and by the end of our class, your dinner for the night, is sorted! If you are interested in joining me from your kitchen, do sign up at the form below... Continue Reading →