Pineapple Russam

Vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, sweet, sour and peppery soup to welcome Fall!  Can be served hot or chilled!  Fall has officially begun! I am one of those people who is saddened to see summer end. I love the warm weather and the cool desserts. This week the transition to warm foods was made for me... Continue Reading →

Terrific Triple C Lassi

Cantaloupe, carrots and coconut milk combine to form a dreamilicious nourishing lassi. Have you seen the ginormous cantaloupes in the markets these days? I could not resist getting one. But once I got it home, I was wondering how I could get my family to eat so much cantaloupe! I usually get the normal sized ones and... Continue Reading →

Overnight Oats in Coconut Milk

This is the breakfast you will want to wake up for! Gluten free, vegan and simply delectable! Start your day with this special breakfast on August 15th, India’s Independence Day. Overnight oats soaked in milk or yogurt, are all the rage right now. But I wanted to try them in coconut milk. I love the... Continue Reading →

Roti Jala

A Malaysian inspired, gluten free, dosa/bread with coconut milk!   As you know, in Hindi, roti is bread and jala is net. No wonder then, that this Malaysian roti that looks so pretty, caught my eye. It is typically made of all-purpose flour or maida but I used a combination of besan, rice and urad... Continue Reading →

Slow Cooker Chicken Curry with Yukon Gold Potatoes

Tender, 'falling off the bone chicken', in an aromatic coconut curry! Don’t you just love how the whole house fills with the aroma of the food cooked in a slow cooker? The convenience of a slow cooker and the deep flavors of the food cooked in it, make it a winner in my book! This... 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 →

Chicken Stew to warm you this winter!

makes 4 servings I am not a winter person. I just keep counting the days until spring. I like making soups and stews during the winter, that seem to warm me up. This easy, one pot chicken stew is just one of those recipes. It fills the air with its cozy aroma and seems to snuggle me as... Continue Reading →

Curried Butternut Squash Soup

,serves 4 Ready or not, fall is here. The leaves are displaying their spectacular yellow, orange and red splendor. I love the fall colors in New England and would have loved it even more if it was not followed by winter:) But for now, I am enjoying the cool, crisp fall days, which make me think of soups laced... Continue Reading →

Rice Bowl with Fish Curry

Rice Bowl with Fish Curry Makes 3 rice bowls or if you are a fish curry and rice lover like me, serves 2 🙂     This is an easy and delectable week night meal that cooks in under 15 minutes ! My ancestors come from the coastal region of Western India where fish, coconut and rice... Continue Reading →

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