Showing posts with label Indian. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Indian. Show all posts

Chickpeas in a Tomato and Tamarind Gravy with Spices

Often I have been asked where my inspiration comes from in the kitchen. Plenty and varied it is. At times, when I am having a sleepless ni...

Butternut Squash Sambar

Served as part of almost each meal, each south Indian kitchen has its own staple sambar recipes handy right down to family and buddies. ...

Spicy Green Lentils and Yellow Split Peas

My trusted copy of 660 Curries via Raghavan Iyer has once more come to the rescue once I needed a brief however fulfilling meal techniqu...

Spicy Mung Bean Soup with Coconut Milk

Spring tempts and tickles with instead frosty tendrils, but the tease isn't enough to resist the lure of a warming bowl of nourishing...

Cabbage Poriyal

every body wishing to discover the extensive and innovative arrays of colours, flavors and textures that make up south Indian cuisine cou...

Indian-Style Red Lentil and Sweet Potato Curry

This adorable curry is nice and highly spiced, nourishing and scrumptious … but most significantly, oh so easy and brief. A curry in a ru...

Tamarind Chutney

I made this wonderfully layered spicy, sweet, sour and tangy south Indian tamarind chutney in training for this tamarind rice dish. Made ...

Mung Bean and Tamarind Dal

but any other recipe tailored from Dakshin, a precious cookbook that specialize in conventional South Indian culinary delights. smooth to...

Red Kidney Beans with Turnip

there's plenty of room in maximum kitchens — and greater than enough in mine — for instant and simple recipes to feed a own family at...

Sweet and Spicy Rice

warm and easy …  of my favored phrases to explain food. This rapid and easy-to-make rice packs a fiery chew on top of a welcoming sweetne...

Chopped Cabbage with a Crumbly Chana Dal Sauce

For all its nutritional and monetary cost, cabbage is regularly one of these vegetables I buy on the market with out the slightest concep...

Tamarind Rice

i am perfectly content with plain basmati rice, possibly moderately decorated with some melted butter and fresh lime juice. I just adore ...

Rice Pongal

Rice is served various instances a week in my kitchen, and although I do enjoy undeniable basmati rice with some butter or some curried...

Shredded Paneer Cheese with Tomatoes, Chilies, Mushrooms and Chickpeas

yearning some silky paneer cheese, I got here up with this highly spiced curry that includes a number of my favored textures and flavors ...

Red Chili and Vinegar Paste (Balchao Masala)

fresh spice blends, pastes and sauces are an critical detail in many Indian dishes. The longer I immerse myself into the art of Indian co...

Scalloped Potatoes with Coconut Milk and Mushrooms

This past weekend i was handled to a go to from my Dad. I always make a factor of creating a special meal for him and knowing how plenty ...

Beetroot Rasam

after I first starting cooking Indian, shortly after my transition to a vegetarian weight loss program, my awareness changed into specifi...

Indian-Style Tomato and Corn Salad

i was originally going to make a tomato soup for this month's No Croutons Required, but keen for spring, I determined to make this sp...

Kidney Beans in a Slowly Simmered Tomato Sauce with Shredded Paneer (Rajma)

Rajma is an North Indian traditional made with plump crimson kidney beans and aromatic spices simmered in a wealthy tomato sauce. For the...

Black-Eyed Peas with Fenugreek and Tomatoes

Earthy black-eyed peas are a perfect answer for a fast but comforting and nourishing meal. Soaked in a single day, they are smooth in jus...