This is an easy dal to make on a vegetarian night. It tastes good with rice and is my favourite Indian food! I look forward to my Tuesdays dal chawaal nights!
This is my favourite family recipe! My kids don't eat channa daal so I cheat and mush up the entire contents in a mxie or with a hand blender so they don't know the difference! I make a whole pressure cooker of it and take it to work as a soup. It tastes good with either rice or roti as well.
This is a great recipe for days when you are too cold and lazy to cook! You could have it as a meal or as a soup entree with a meal.
A very simple and tasty south Indian salad.
A quick and easy blend of spinach, olive oil, ripe tomatoes and oranges, tossed with herbs of choice. Great with noodles, fish, chicken or whenever you want to eat healthy. I enjoy it most when my little grandson helps me make it.
Beets boiled under tender, then tossed with a lovely garlic vinaigrette and served on a bed of lettuce or mixed salad leaves. A simple, elegant, flavourful salad for your next party.
Different colours and varieties of tomatoes tossed with a garlic vinaigrette, served on a bed of lettuce with pumpkin and sunflower seeds sprinkled on top. Yum!
Pass the coke and serve this healthy, fruity water at your next brunch. It looks great and tastes even better! If you don't have oranges, you can use lemons or limes instead.
Traditionally favourite flavours of beet and goat cheese blend well in this healthy and yummy salad. It's great for a romantic dinner or anytime easy entertaining. I used canned beets, cut into rounds and ovals. You may use peeled, boiled beets. I hand shaped goat cheese into 'petals'. The salad is in sitting on top of edible, organic roses. Serve with roasted lamb and asparagus.
Peanut chutney powder is called Shenga Hindi in North Karnataka. You can sprinkle this powder on curries, rice or dosas.