Homemade Ghee Recipe
Ghee is essentially pure, clarified butter because all of the water & milk solids have been removed. It is simple enough to make your own ghee at home & definitely worth the effort. Ghee is not only extremely flavorful, but it also high in antioxidants. So try making some today!
Nutmeg Spiced Muffins Recipe
A healthy breakfast is always a great way to start the day & my delicious Nutmeg Spiced Muffins are just the thing! These heavenly muffins are light, moist, nutritious & filling as well. They are a huge favorite in my house, in fact, we love to eat them any time of the day :-)
Spicy Ivy Gourd Rice Recipe
The ivy gourd is a delicious vegetable commonly eaten throughout India. These look like small finger-like cucumbers but have a texture similar to baby zucchinis. They are known in Marathi as “tondli” and in Hindi as “tindora”. Tondli Bhath is a typical Maharashtrian specialty - try it soon :-)
Masala Vada Recipe
Masala Vadas are delicious savory fritters made from chana dal (split Bengal gram). They are quite popular throughout South India and can be served as either an appetizer or as a tea time snack. Needless to say, masala vadas are always a big hit especially when entertaining. Try making them soon!
Chicken & Chickpea Curry Recipe
My Chicken & Chickpea Curry is fast, easy and super delicious. It’s a quick cooking protein-packed meal that’s full of wonderful tastes and flavors. Since this dish has some definite Moroccan influences, I usually serve it with couscous instead of rice just to mix it up from time to time :-)
Egg Paratha Recipe
A paratha is a tasty whole wheat, unleavened flatbread & a daily staple in North Indian cuisine. An Egg Paratha is a delicious variety of paratha stuffed with lightly spiced scrambled eggs. It's simple, healthy & absolutely delicious! They are great for breakfast, lunch, brunch or even as a snack.
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