Tapioca pearls are from the root of the cassava or yuca plant. In India, they are used in both sweet & savory dishes and are known as "sabudana". My Tapioca Pilaf is a quick, easy and delicious meal that can be eaten anytime of the day.
Dhansak has to be one of the most famous & beloved Parsi dishes in all of India. It is a delicious & aromatic vegetable curry from India's Parsi community. The key to this dish lies in the special Dhansak Masala. for which I have provided my own home made recipe :-)
Chicken Tikka Masala (CTM) is probably one the most famous Indian dishes around & a huge restaurant favorite. But did you know that this delicious recipe not only hails from England, it is so popular there -- it has now become England's National Dish! It's also very easy to make at home too :-)
Quinoa is an ancient food source with origins in South America. Quinoa is a complete source of protein & is high in dietary fiber, making it perfect for vegetarians & vegans. My delicious Quinoa Patties are both crispy & flavorful, do try them soon.
Indians just love to celebrate their festivals & in my house, no celebration is complete without Puran Poli. Puran Poli is a typical Maharshtrian sweetened flatbread that is stuffed with a sweet dal (lentil) filling. It is incredibly melt-in-your-mouth delicious & a personal favorite. Try it today!
Paneer is a mild cheese made usually from whole milk & is an essential component of Indian cuisine, especially in North Indian or Punjabi dishes. My delicious Paneer Bhurji, stir fried scrambled paneer, is simple & tasty! It’s chock full of protein & is a perfect dish for vegetarians.
What could be better than fried flatbread with a nutty twist? Try my delicious & simple to prepare Almond Pooris and see for yourself why my family & friends can never get enough of these yummy treats! These pooris can made in both sweet & also savory versions as well.
My Rose Scented Lemonade is cool & refreshing. The subtle, floral essence of roses combined with the sweet tartness of fresh lemons is absolutely one divine & a summer time favorite in my house. So try this exotic version at your next get-together & really "wow" your family & friends!
This delicious, simple, versatile & easy to prepare salad recipe that can be made using fresh mango, pineapple, papaya or a combination of various fruits. My Tropical Fruit Raita will make you feel like you're on a sunny beach vacation without ever having to leave your kitchen :-)
My delicious & creamy, spiced yogurt rice is a wonderful way to use leftover rice. This recipe is total comfort food at its best for much of South India & Maharashtra state. Eaten simply with some Indian pickle & crispy papads (lentil wafers), my Dahi Bhath makes for a light & healthy meal.
Fresh ripe, succulent apricots stuffed with a mixture of soft sweetened paneer, warm spices & nuts -- all soaked together in a lovely sugar syrup makes this the perfect way to end any meal. Apricots are a seasonal summer item, so enjoy this dish when they are available.