Here is a treasure trove of information about dal and a compilation of regional recipes by many talented bloggers! As the weather gets cooler, my thoughts turn to a steaming bowl of dal bhat. Whether one calls it dal-bhat, dal-chawal or dal and rice, it is how most Indians spell comfort food! When children leave... Continue Reading →
Chili Rellenos Bocados in Indfused style-all the flavor, none of the guilt! It is Cinco de Mayo today! Time for a fiesta! Chili Rellenos is one of my most favorite dishes and when we eat at a Mexican restaurant, no matter how extensive the menu is, I find myself ordering the chili relleno over and over... Continue Reading →
With fresh, tender corn flooding the markets now, I am making my ‘Fiesta Friday winner’ recipe- Corn Hurda in a Papad Bowl. The toasty, sweet hurda, the grainy peanut chutney and the crunchy papad bowl make for a great start to the weekend party!
Droolicious snack made with end of summer fresh grilled corn and served in an edible papad bowl!
Corn Hurda in Papad Bowl!
Greedy foodie that I am, I recently tried a combination of two mouthwatering foods I liked in India…..and while I was at it, I also put it in an edible papad bowl 🙂
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Vegetarian, gluten free and a powerhouse of health benefits ready in under 10 minutes! Ragi or finger millet is a grain that has been grown in the southern region of India for over 4000 years. But this once popular grain has been forgotten in recent years. It is called nachani in Marathi and growing up... Continue Reading →