Flax Seed Chutney Recipe
Flax seeds have always been a staple in my pantry, but in order to be beneficial – they must be used in their ground form. My delicious & healthy Flax Seed Chutney is a “sukhi” (dry) chutney, which is a powder. Try it on hot buttery toast, in a sandwich or sprinkle it on just about anything!
Garlicky Khichidi Recipe
My Garlicky Khichidi is delicious Indian comfort combining rice and moong dal together with a hint of roasted garlic - making the dish very nutritious as well. Served simply with an Indian salad, yogurt and papad (lentil wafers) - you have a complete & tasty meal on the table in no time!
Hara Murgh Tikka
Hara Murgh Tikka are delicious & tender pieces of chicken done kebab style. The name of the dish is actually derived from the lovely, bright green marinade due to the herbs or combination of herbs used. This recipe is perfect for outdoor grilling & always a big hit among family & friends.
Avocado Lassi Recipe
Delicious, healthy & creamy Avocado Lassi - 2 ways! Lassi is a traditional Indian drink made with yogurt and blended with different flavors and spices. The best thing about this particular lassi is that it can be made in both sweet and savory versions depending upon your mood ☺.
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! :-)
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