ZUCCHINI HUMMUS

ZUCCHINI HUMMUS

A light, refreshing and nutritious dip, made with an aromatic blend of zucchini, sesame seeds, olive oil, green chili and cilantro. In this green twist on the humble but mighty hummus, raw zucchini takes the place of chickpeas and the greenness and freshness is further 

KALA CHANNA/BLACK CHICKPEA HUMMUS

KALA CHANNA/BLACK CHICKPEA HUMMUS

Made with simple pantry ingredients like black chickpeas, sesame seeds, garlic, oil and flavorings, this delicious hummus is super nutritious and is packed with plant based protein, fiber, iron and more. Healthy and tasty are now just a dip away.

Rita Aunty’s Raw Mango and Green Chili Pickle

Rita Aunty’s Raw Mango and Green Chili Pickle

A delicious and simple preparation, this pickle is an amalgamation of raw mangoes, green chillies, aromatic spice mix composed of nigella seeds, fennel seeds, fenugreek seeds and mustard seeds, all brought together with mustard oil.

RAW PAPAYA SALAD

RAW PAPAYA SALAD

A refreshing and delicious salad made with simple and easily available summer ingredients such as raw papaya and raw mango

CREAMY POTATO SALAD

CREAMY POTATO SALAD

Cooked baby potatoes are tossed in a decadent and creamy dressing made up of sour cream, cider vinegar, honey, mustard, seasonings and finished with a flourish of cilantro. Perfect on a hot day, as a side dish or even as a meal by itself!

BEANS PORIYAL

BEANS PORIYAL

Poriyal or Poduthuval as we call it in my family is a dry side-dish made of vegetables. For this delicious beans poriyal, chopped beans are cooked in a little oil seasoned with mustard seeds and urad dal and it’s finished off with a sprinkling of coconut-green chilies- Jeeragam (Cumin seeds) blend.

CARROT AND PINEAPPLE SALAD

CARROT AND PINEAPPLE SALAD

This 3-ingredient salad is about taking two naturally flavorful ingredients – Carrot and Pineapple and amplifying their amazing flavors by merely combining them along with some Coriander/Cilantro.There you have it!

OSAI ADANGATUM (LET THE SOUND EBB)

OSAI ADANGATUM (LET THE SOUND EBB)

Ghee/Nei/Clarified butter is to Indian cooking what butter is to French cooking. It’s not only good for you (when consumed in moderation) but also has the uncanny ability to elevate any dish from Meh to Yeah! My mother taught me how to make ghee with