Month: April 2017

Momos Chutney – Spicy Red Chutney

Momos Chutney – Spicy Red Chutney

Momos are a steamed dumpling made out of a white flour dough filled with a vegetables or meat stuffing. These momos are served with a chutney that is spicy and tangy. The momos taste best when served with this chutney. Ingredients: 15 – 20 dried […]

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Vegetable Momos

Vegetable Momos

Momos, a steamed bun with various kinds of fillings, originally from Tibet, is now widely enjoyed all over the world. It is a dumpling where the outer covering is made out of white flour and filled with vegetables and meat. It is one of the […]

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Vaati Dal na Khaman

Vaati Dal na Khaman

If  you belong to Gujarat, you know that “khaman-dhokla” is not a thing, its only either “khaman” or “dhokla”. We love our khamans and our dhoklas very much, but vaati dal na khaman is the most that I devour every single time with little sev (chickpea […]

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Chocolate Truffles

Chocolate Truffles

Last year we went on a road trip t New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and Utah. It was the trip of a lifetime! We enjoyed so much and drove about 4000 miles. During this trip, we went to Santa Fe, in New Mexico. One day for breakfast, […]

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Mango Lassi

Mango Lassi

Summer is upon us. With the heat soaring up, we all need something to cool us down. And what better than Mango Lassi! Summer meant two things for us when we were kids, two months long vacation and lots and lots of mangoes. Aam Ras (mango pulp) and […]

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Tawa Pulao

Tawa Pulao

Street  food is every food lover’s dream, at least it’s my dream to have loads and loads of street food and never get fat (Wishful Thinking). In India, street food is famous for mainly three reasons, it is cheap, easily available and oh so delicious! […]

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Potato Sabji : An accessory to Dosas

Potato Sabji : An accessory to Dosas

When we talk about Dosas, the most popular variety of dosa in India apart from the Sada (Plain) Dosa, is the Masala Dosa. Masala Dosa is a rice and lentil crepe that is filled with a spicy mashed potato sabji (dry curry). I have grown up eating […]

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Dosa : Rice & Lentil Pancake

Dosa : Rice & Lentil Pancake

Dosa is a South Indian specialty consumed for breakfast, lunch and dinner by the people of South India. This South Indian specialty is now popular all over India and the world. We get so many different varieties of Dosas in restaurants and road-side stalls these days.  Dosa […]

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Peanut Chutney & Coriander Chutney

Peanut Chutney & Coriander Chutney

Dosas, south Indian Pancakes can be eaten as it is with some chutney podi powder or you can have as many accompaniments as you want like peanut chutney, coriander chutney, potato sabji or sambhar. My favorite is the peanut chutney, its just like a South Indian […]

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Sesame Veggie Lo Mein Noodles : Overload of Veggies

Sesame Veggie Lo Mein Noodles : Overload of Veggies

A simple weeknight dinner in my mind, is the one which can be prepared in under 15 minutes and this sesame veggie lo mein noodles with oodles of veggies is my go-to rush hour dinner recipe. Its a meal in itself. Noodles are an all-time easy healthy recipe, and […]

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