Pav Bhaji Recipe
Pav Bhaji is Mumbai street food at its finest! It is a delicious combination of soft, buttery bread (pav) served alongside a mixed vegetable mash (known as bhaji). This yummy vegetarian dish can be eaten any time of the day. So try making this soon & enjoy the taste of Indian street food at home!
Chai Pecan Blondies Recipe
A “blondie” is a yummy dessert very similar to a brownie but without the dark chocolate color. My sinfully delicious Chai Pecan Blondies are always a hit with both kids & adults alike. These sweet treats are decadent & delicious, I promise – you wont miss the chocolate at all! :-)
Balti Calamari Recipe
The term “Balti” actually refers to the cooking vessel in which the food is both made and often served. My Balti Calamari is tender & full of yummy flavors. If you are not a big fan of squid, do feel free to use shrimp or even fish instead. The dish will still be delicious.
Pineapple Rasam Recipe
Rasam is a wonderful South Indian broth-like soup that is just bursting with delicious flavors, all perfectly combined in a delicate balance. In just one spoonful, you will taste – spicy, sweet, sour, tangy & peppery flavors, just to name a few. My yummy Pineapple Rasam has a subtle sweetness :-)
Creamy Dreamy Fruit Salad Recipe
My Creamy Dreamy Fruit Salad is a simple dish that can be eaten all year round, but personally – I enjoy it most in the spring and summer time. The variety of fresh fruit is at its highest peak during these months. I especially enjoy eating this dessert after a meal of grilled food, so try it soon.
Everyday "Go To" Chicken Curry Recipe
A quick & easy, delicious Indian meal that can be made on those busy weeknights. This versatile recipe is my “go to” curry, it’s a simple & delicious, one-pot meal that will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. You can easily substitute vegetables for a vegetarian version if you like.
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