A healthier version of one of the most popular Indian breakfast dish, this delicious poha is made by combining the goodness of millet flakes and sprouted lentils with the flavors of onions, potatoes, herbs and spices.
Red and ripe tomatoes are chopped and cooked down in oil and finished off with a punchy spice mix. Making a South Indian pickle doesn’t get easier or more delicious than this. It’s the perfect accompaniment for idlis, dosas, upma, curd rice and more.
Perfect for entertaining, snack boxes, potlucks, picnics and treks and more these healthy and tasty bites are made by stuffing mejdool dates with a savory blend of unsweetened almond butter, cucumber, mint and lime.
Rustle up some home made wheat flour pita bread to mop up that creamy dreamy hummus or to serve as a pocket for falafel, sauteed veggies, salads or any filling of choice. I love to fill these up with some crunchy and irresistible Purple Cabbage and Paneer Coleslaw.
Keerai (green leafy vegetable) cooked in tamarind extract and thickened with a herbaceous paste made of mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, rice flour, green chilies and cilantro. A wholesome and delicious dish in a matter of minutes.
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.