Mattar Paneer Recipe
Mattar Paneer is a beloved Punjabi dish made with only 2 main ingredients - green peas (mattar) & Indian cheese (paneer). This simple recipe is easy to prepare & absolutely delicious when eat with rice or Indian flatbreads (rotis, phulkas, parathas or chapatis). Best of all, it's 100% vegetarian.
Besan Chilla Recipe
A “chilla” is a delicious savory crepe made from besan (or chickpea or gram flour). This North Indian dish is healthy, nutritious & easy to prepare. Besan chillas are usually eaten with yogurt & various chutneys. Best of all, this recipe is low carb, gluten free & also totally vegetarian/vegan.
Marathi Kadhi Recipe
A delicious & comforting "soup" from my home state of Maharashtra. Maharashtrian Kadhi is best described as a spiced yogurt soup that is thickened using besan (gram flour or chickpea flour). It is usually eaten along with meal rather than as a separate soup course. Best of all, it's healthy too!
Green Tea Soba Noodles Recipe
Simple eating = healthy eating & my Green Tea Soba Noodles definitely fit the bill. Green tea soba noodles are delicious Japanese buckwheat noodles infused with green tea. They have a wonderful light, nutty flavor & are also very simple to prepare. Soba noodles are high in dietary fiber & iron too.
Curried Rice with Delicata Squash & Shrimp Recipe
If you have never tried Delicata Squash before, I highly encourage you to run to the nearest market & try this highly coveted, seasonal vegetable before it becomes unavailable! It is just that good, that delicious & that easy to prepare. So try my tasty recipe soon & let me know what you think.
Cashew Cookies Recipe
My delicious Cashew Cookies are filled with warm Indian spices & nutty goodness! They are just perfect as a snack especially with tea. They are simple to make & it's also a great way to get your kids into the kitchen to help. So make some for your family soon :-)
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