Monthly Archive: January 2016

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Slow cooker Minestrone Soup

Share5Pin410TweetYum19+1147581 Shares If you are craving for a steamy and hearty winter soup than look nowhere else. This classic, slow cooker minestrone soup is loaded with veggies, beans, and pasta and this is exactly what I need on a chilly evening – a soothing and comforting soup. One of the healthiest soups,...

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Amritsari Fried Fish

Share2Pin98TweetYum8+1108 Shares Looking for some no-hassle party food, try this all-time favorite – Amritsari fried fish, served with lemon wedges and sprinkled with chaat masala. Amritsari fish as the name suggests originated from the lovely city of Amritsar in Punjab. It’s a very famous street food and you can find Amritsari...

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Homemade Sambar Powder Recipe

Share17Pin603TweetYum+1620 Shares Nothing can beat a homemade spice mix. Perfect combinations of warm spices that adds great authentic flavor to sambar without adding too much heat. A thought always crosses our minds – why bother to make homemade when we can find one in stores? Well the answer...

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Sambar Recipe

Share5Pin44TweetYum1+150 SharesA flavorful and delicious South Indian Sambar recipe made with lentils and vegetables is an amazing accompaniment for soft and fluffy idlis, vadas and dosas. Today’s recipe comes from the Southern land of India and is everyone’s favorite. Delicacies from South Indian cuisine are...

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Instant Rice Idli

Share1.0KPin13.7KTweetYum11+14914.8K SharesA fail-proof Instant Rice Idli recipe that comes together in less than 30 minutes. These soft, and spongy steamed rice cakes are a perfect and healthy way to start your day! Gluten-free & Vegan too! My family loves South Indian food. Once a month I try to...

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Til and Gur Patti or til chikki recipe

Share18Pin403TweetYum1+178500 Shares Lohri and Makar Sankranti are few days away and Indian markets are flooded with pretty sights of gajak, popcorn, revari and chikkis – popular treats only winter can offer and a must- have at any Lohri celebration. Lohri, the bonfire festival celebrates new beginnings and a...

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Makki Mooli and Methi ke Parathe

Share10Pin2.1KTweetYum5+112.1K Shares Makki mooli and methi ke parathe – a quintessential winter meal, so hearty and filling. Radish is the least liked vegetable in my house; maybe its the strong flavor that turns my kids away, but when it comes to makki mooli and methi ke parathe – they are...

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Indian festival Calendar – 2016

Share17PinTweetYum+117 Shares Indian Festival Calendar – 2016 – Rich in it’s cultural inheritance, festivals are an essential part of our Indian community.They reflect the diversity of celebrations in a multi-cultural, multi- religion nation which values sentiments, respects traditions and fosters community living. Indian festivals are so vast in...