Green Chillies Curry

Wednesday, March 1, 2017 0

Do you why cultures living some of the hottest places eat spicy food? Think; Mexico, Thailand, India, Caribbean, Africa. There is a reason to this. Eating spicy hot food and chillies raises body temperature, in return helps you sweat and cools the body down. Other reasons chillies grow best in hot climates, again India, Mexico, ...

Autumn Supergreen Korma

Saturday, October 8, 2016 4

Autumn Supergreen Vegetable Korma Before I start I want to say! Please don't be intimidated by the bold green color. If you came this far to click for the recipe you must love vegetables. I know a few who gag at the idea of anything green. To them I say try it! Think of all the ...

Puy Lentil Daal with Ginger

Saturday, June 11, 2016 5

Lentils are one of our favorite meals and a regular dinner option. They are delicious, hearty and super nutritious. One way to make them is Indian style curried with greens, vegetables or plain by itself. I usually like to make it with greens or different veggies, favorite being with spinach, fenugreek or other greens, butternut ...

Quinoa Khichadi

Wednesday, January 6, 2016 7

Khichari or Khichadi is a rice and daal stew with or without veggies. Khichari is made several different ways depending on the occasion. From the very simple to an elaborate meal. The simple khichari is easily digestible, soothing and made with couple of spices like turmeric, salt and asefodita, served when recovering from illness like ...

Chia Kheer

Friday, November 6, 2015 1

Chia Kheer Kheer is a popular Indian style milk-based pudding made with a variety of ingredients like rice, tapioca or vermicelli. This is a healthier and much lighter take on the traditional kheer,  a dessert that's actually good for you.  Chia is rich in omega 3 fatty acids, protein, calcium, dietary fiber and more. And unlike ...

Eggplant Bhartha

Friday, October 30, 2015 6

Bhartha is a tasty smokey mashed Indian style babaganoush. Its flavored with sautéed onions, ginger, cumin, green chillies, tomatoes, cilantro and turmeric. There are many variations here is how I make it. It can be an accompaniment to an Indian meal or makes a delicious dip to be scooped with naan bread.                                 It also makes a ...