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1. Moong Dal Khichidi Recipe
A typical khichidi is any mix of dal and rice cooked together. It's a great way to add some protein into a mainly vegetarian diet. Try my simple Moong Dal Khichidi - it's an easy to prepare, delicious & winning combination of moong dal and rice cooked together until perfect.
2. Indian Style Potato Salad Recipe
Always a great side dish for summer picnics, potlucks, parties, bbqs & cookouts - my Indian Style Potato Salad is easy to prepare, delicious and a big hit among family & friends. This tasty recipe can also be easily adapted to be both dairy-free & vegan-friendly as well.
3. Coconut Lychee Granita Recipe
A delicious semi-frozen Italian dessert gone sub-tropical with an Indian twist! My Coconut Lychee Granita is a cool way to beat the summer heat & best of all, you dont need an ice cream maker to make this yummy sweet treat. It's also eggless, making it perfect for both vegetarians & vegans alike.
4. Spaghetti Squash Upma Recipe
Spaghetti squash is a delicious & great way to satisfy your cravings for noodles. So try my Indian version of tasty & low carb spaghetti squash noodles tempered with fragrant Indian spices & healthy veggies.Perfect for vegans, vegetarians & it's also gluten free.
5. Shrimp Temperado Recipe
Shrimp Temperado is a delicious Portuguese inspired Goan curry dish. Goan cuisine is famous for its fresh seafood dishes and this recipe is no exception. This dish comes together fairly quickly & makes for a great meal any day of week.
is always a huge hit with family and friends.
6. *Recipe Basics 101*
My very own FAQ section, this article provides general information and helpful tips.
7. Bamboo Shoot Curry Recipe
Bamboo shoots arent just for pandas! In fact, in India -- fresh bamboo shoots are considered quite the delicacy! Bamboo shoots are healthy, nutritious & delicious. If you've never had them before - you don't know what you're missing. This dish was always a huge favorite in my family.
8. Pitla Recipe
Pitla has the smooth and creamy consistency reminiscent of Italian polenta (made using cornmeal) but it's made using besan flour (gram flour or dried chickpea flour). Traditionally, pitla is eaten with a typical coarse Maharashtrian flatbread known as bhakri.
9. Chicken Stuffed with Cashew & Raisins Recipe
Jazz up your dinner by adding a new twist on an old classic! Try my Indian version of Cashew & Raisin Stuffed Chicken, it's my very own version of fusion cuisine. Baked until perfect, tender golden chicken breasts are stuffed with a lovely aromatic stuffing.
10. Kaap Recipe
These delicately spiced and crispy pan fried vegetables will surely have your kids asking for more! You can serve them as a delicious side dish or even as an appetizer, they are just perfect for entertaining. If you prefer, this recipe can also be made using paneer or fish too.
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