Piquant curried lentil salad, with mango, beets and baby spinach!
As festival season approaches, sharing a popular side dish from Maharashtrian cuisine. A lip smacking , vegan, vegetarian, gluten free side dish that is popular in festival, wedding and puja thalis.
Panchamrut, with it’s perfect balance of five tastes, is a party for your taste buds! here is an easy recipe!
Green Pepper Panchamrut-A popular item in wedding, puja and festival thalis
The word Panchamrut is made up of panch meaning five and amrut meaning nectar. During holy ceremonies, there is a sweet Panchamrut offered to the Gods which is made up of milk, yogurt,honey, sugar and ghee. It is supposed to be very good for health, according to Ayurveda. As is the custom, the Panchamrut is then distributed among the devotees. However, I have never been a big fan of the sweet Panchamrut.
But come time for lunch after the religious ceremonies, I looked forward to the spicy Green Pepper Panchamrut in the traditional thali menu. It has the five tastes- sweet, sour, bitter, astringent and pungent and with the distinct taste and aroma of roasted sesame seeds and peanuts, it makes for one…
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Super Bowl fever has taken over New England again and everyone here is rooting for our stars-the Patriots! Of course Super Bowl food goes hand in hand with the excitement of watching the game!
Buffalo wings and pizza are all time favorites so here is a Buffalo Chicken Star Calzone that combines your love for both!
Check out how you can make it with just a few ingredients and the step by step instructions.
Enjoy the game! Go Pats!
Easy recipe with just a few ingredients and step by step photos!
Buffalo Chicken Star Calzone and Apple Raita with Blue Cheese and celery
Super Bowl fever has taken over New England and everyone here is rooting for our stars-the Patriots! Of course Super Bowl food goes hand in hand with the excitement of watching the game!
Buffalo wings and pizza are all time favorites so I decided to make the Buffalo Chicken Star Calzone. For the dip, I made the delectable Apple Raita with blue cheese and celery. Other favorite munchies during the game are the Masala Peanut Bhujia in 4 1/2 minutes, the Broiled Stuffed Indo Mexican Jalapenos, Touch down Chili! and the Baked Vada Paav Poppers….to name a few…..did I tell you we are foodies ? 🙂
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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 →
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Wishing you all a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous New Year with loads of love and yummy, healthy food ❤
Party on with these amazingly popular alcoholic or non-alcoholic versions of the Dazzling Champagne Jelly Flutes!!
Impress your friends and family with these Dazzling Champagne Jelly Flutes!!
What are your New Year’s traditions? So many cultures and families have so many interesting traditions, don’t they? I know that some folks eat noodles, some eat 12 grapes at midnight, and some eat anything sweet to start the New Year. Did you know that some break plates, throw a loaf of bread against the wall and some even flush out toilets at midnight?
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Air Fryer Masala Water Chestnuts This recipe was inspired by a very recent trip to New York City. When I smelled the aroma of the roasted water chestnuts hanging in the air, it reminded me that I have always associated this smell with New York city in the winter time. We were in New York... Continue Reading →