Make healthy and delicious almond snacks right at home. They are nothing like the fried, heavy almonds you find at Diwali time. These almonds are coated with garlic, rosemary, coarse salt and olive oil before roasting. Delicious warm or cool, they pair well with olives and feta cheese. If you are using non-roasted almonds, increase the cooking time a little.
All natural, healthy quick treats to keep your energy up! Send in your kid's lunch box or pop a few at tea time.
Ripe apricots and cherries threaded on skewers and dunked in kaju cream flavoured with rosewater. Gourmet snack for your kid's next birthday party!
Peanut butter mixed with honey and milk powder, ready to play with and then eat! Children can mould and shape it. It's a great after school snack. Store extra portions in plastic bags in refrigerator or freezer.
Tired of the same old sugary sweets? Try this twisty 'pastry'! It's a naturally sweet "rugelach"- a delectable sweet filled with raisins, nuts and cinnamon.
This is a very famous South Indian recipe especially in Tamilnadu. I have learned this recipe from my neighbour Laxmi who was from a typical Tamil family. Every Saturday morning, Laxmi's mother prepared milagu pongal and it was eaten by the whole compound. Always Laxmi's mother makes this dish with a pinch of love which makes the recipe more delicious.
Mashed vegetables are a common genre of food in Indian cuisine. This particular recipe makes delicious mashed cabbages. It tastes great with plain rice and can be a great food to have when you feel you have lost your appetite.
Use any nut for this recipe, or make a mixture of many nuts. Makes a fantastic gift or party food.
Peanut chutney powder is called Shenga Hindi in North Karnataka. You can sprinkle this powder on curries, rice or dosas.