The combination of spices in this Kadai Paneer recipe are incredible. Furthermore, the techniques leaves the paneer soft and incredibly flavorful, just perfect for your chappati, naan, or paratha.
This is one tasty, delicious pasta dish. It’s loaded with veggies as well (to compensate any guilt that might otherwise arise). You’re sure to over-eat this one. So have some soup before to minimize the damage. “Warnings” apart, enjoy it ! We did.
This is a simple, quick to prepare, tasty chutney for your idlis and dosas. Manoj even likes it with Chapatis (not me, though). It is a common preparation in our community in India (Devangar Chettiar’s). The idea might sound weird, but try it, you won’t be disappointed. Nila loves it. I am sure your tots will love it as well.
Chinese, anyone? You’re in for a nice treat with this simple vegetable noodles.
A simple, yummy pasta, spiced Indian style! Absolutely kids friendly, including the vegetables part. Perfect for a quick lunch or dinner preparation.
The wonderful medley of fragrant spices and flavors combined in this South Indian rice preparation is sure to captivate your senses.
A simple, yummy, nutritious chutney that can be used to complement idlis, dosas and can also be used during fasting days. Easy way to feed multiple vegetables to your family. We first were attracted to this chutney when our friend (Jeya’s) mom, Mrs. Ramalakshmi, made this and our son Nila Madhav joyfully ate it with idlis !
We prepared Spaghetti Squash this Saturday for Ekadasi. Ekadasi is a fasting day when we refrain from food prepared with grains or beans. Ekadasi is typically observed for 3 reasons: rid oneself of reactions to past sinful activities (as one continues to work on transformation of the heart), minimize material engagements and focus on spiritual activities, and to practice maintaining spiritual focus even in times of bodily discomforts. This is ofcourse a wonderful dish even for a regular day.