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  • Wangi Bhath

    Posted on June 17 2020

    Wangi Bhath
    Here is a simple way to make wangi bhath (eggplant rice). Although the spice mix is traditionally used to make rice with eggplant, other vegetables such as bell peppers, carrots,...
  • Benefits of Moringa

    Posted on June 06 2018

    Moringa has been variously known in different parts of the world as the tree of life, Mother’s best friend and miracle tree. It is a native of the sub-Himalayan northern...
  • Ethiopian Red Lentil Stew-Misr Wat

    Posted on January 31 2018

    Ethiopian Red Lentil Stew-Misr Wat
    Ingredients: 1 cup red lentils 1 medium sized onion chopped 1 clove garlic 2 tsp Berebere spice mix or to taste 1 tomato chopped 1 tbsp. cooking oil  Salt to...
  • Badnekai Yengai (Baby Eggplant Curry)

    Posted on November 22 2017

    Badnekai Yengai (Baby Eggplant Curry)
    A variation of the baby eggplant curry is made in the southern and western parts of India with varying degree of heat. I love to eat it on a cold,...
  • Sprouted Mung Bean Misal

    Posted on October 07 2017

    Ingredients  2 cups cooked sprouted mung beans 1 cup diced red onion 1 clove garlic chopped fine 1 medium sized tomato 2 cups water 1 heaped tsp of Madras curry...
  • Cauliflower and Brussel Sprouts curry

    Posted on October 05 2017

    Ingredients 10 Cauliflower Florets 6 Brussel Sprouts 1 cup water ½ cup raw cashew nuts 2 thai green chillies ½ cup full fat plain yogurt ½ cup diced red onion...
  • Organic Turmeric Tea or Yellow Milk

    Posted on March 19 2017

    Organic Turmeric Tea or Yellow Milk
    Organic Turmeric Tea When I was growing up, Turmeric tea (which we called Yellow Milk) was one of those home remedies for the common cold that moms loved but kids...
  • Bisi Bele Bhath (One Pot Rice Dish)

    Posted on March 13 2017

    Bisi bele bhath roughly translates to hot lentil rice. This dish comes from the southern Indian state of Karnataka. It is a complete meal by itself since it has all...
  • For the First Time Visitor...

    Posted on December 25 2016

    For the First Time Visitor...
    Hello Friends Where my family comes from, cooking without fresh spices is unheard of. My home state of Karnataka, in the south west part of India, grows over ten varieties...
  • Spices - Probably More Important Than the Smartphone

    Posted on December 13 2016

    Spices - Probably More Important Than the Smartphone
    Can you imagine cooking without spices? Any spices at all? For all its current interest in dystopian futures, Hollywood hasn't come close to imagining such a horror. We take so...
  • Shira: A Simple Dessert for Special Occasions, South Indian Style

    Posted on December 13 2016

    Shira: A Simple Dessert for Special Occasions, South Indian Style
    Shira is a semolina (or wheatlets) based dessert. Although it is quite rich and delicious on its own, bananas or even pineapple may be added. Ripe bananas are my family's...

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