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Growing up in a Desi family, cooking is at the core of our being and of our family and every gathering we have...including every meal every day!
Many of our family gatherings center around the kitchen and food. Everyone distributes theirs tasks and helps out and the task frequently assigned to me is chopping and prep. 😂 (It's not ALL I do!)
We all just love food and I'm pretty sure you do too!
Every Friday on my Instagram I feature an amazing recipe in collaboration with a food blogger who cooks the way I like to eat. Here is where you can get the full recipe.
Please enjoy and definitely share with me here in the comments or on Instagram what you like and any variations you make that would be of interest to us.
September 24th, 2021
September 16th, 2021
This Masala Quinoa Khichdi is a wholesome Indian dish full of nutritional value, ayurvedic benefits, and also is a great detox dish! Get the full recipe here.
Follow @theglobalvegetarian for more hearty vegetarian food inspo!
September 10th, 2021
What things do you like to put on your "Thali" (plate)?
Thalis are many foods put together to create a well-balanced meal. Different regions of India and even different households within Gujarat and abroad have their own variations of thali!
This Gujarati Thali by Sheil Shukla is a celebration of fresh produce. See his blog to find out what's in it.
Follow @plantbasedartist for more recipes that are rooted in the healthful food traditions of India. His fresh, vibrant meals are both delicious and nutritionally plentiful.
September 3rd, 2021
Amritsari Chole Masala is one of the ace delicacies of Punjabi cuisine. Amritsari Chole also popular as Chole Bhature, as Amritsari Chole is often eaten with a type of fried bread. It is commonly sold by street vendors but also can be found in restaurants. Using this recipe from @binjalsvegkitchen.
August 27th, 2021
Creamy and luscious Mango Milkshake 🥭 (Mango Mastani) is a popular summer drink from the city of Pune in India. Using just a few ingridients and following the recipe of @playfulcooking you can make this delicious treat!
August 20th, 2021
Vegan Cauliflower Tikka Masala by @veganricha is an easy delicious recipe that is incredibly versatile. You can use most veggies, tofu, tempeh, seitan, vegan chikin, chickpeas, lentils or soycurls.
August 13th, 2021
This recipe is a summer essential! These Indian style spicy tofu lettuce wraps by @ministry_of_curry are made with warm spices and served with cooling cucumber raita and tangy pickle. They can be made either vegetarian or vegan style.
August 6th, 2021
Sabudana Vada (Crispy Sago fritters) is a popular Indian snack dish from Maharashtra. It's very popular all across India especially during the fasting days like the Navratri festival or Shravan Mahino. This recipe requires a little preparation but the step by step direction by @shwetainthekitchen are easy to follow and I am sure your whole family will enjoy this recipe.
July 30th, 2021
Ahhh chaat, need i say more?! 😆 What I like about chaat is that they're light, delicious and can be eaten at any time. This chole chaat recipe by @vspiceroute is no different. This recipe is so easy to put together and if you happen to have some chutneys on hand, this recipe comes together in under 10 minutes! 🙌🏽
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July 23rd. 2021
Aam Daal is a quintessential Bengali daal (lentil stew) prepared throughout the mango season. It’s mildly sour from using the green mango and utterly comforting when paired with steamed white rice. It is most commonly prepared using red lentil (masoor daal) but you can use your choice of daal too. This recipe by @playfulcooking is quick, easy and very satisfying.
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July 16th, 2021
Poriyal is the Tamil word for dry curry or the stir-fry. Usually, vegetables are steamed and sautéed with simple spices. You can add onion or coconut for additional flavor. Adding coconut to this poriyal elevates the dish like no other. A South-Indian Thali is incomplete without this poriyal and you can prepare poriyal with veggies like beets, carrots, potatoes, plantains and even spinach. What vegetable would you like to make this poriyal with?
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July 9th, 2021