I call this my emergency marinade - just garlic and soy sauce with olive oil. I put the measures in tablespoons as this is the easiest way to do it.
My son’s all time favorite lemon drink. Sometimes I add a dash of Rooh-afza instead of sugar
This is my son's anytime favourite. Three days out of five, he takes this to school for lunch.
This is a Japanese recipe for a versatile dipping sauce. Use over noodles, on grilled chicken or even rice. This is one serving - make as much as you need.
This sauce is a surprisingly simple combination of ingredients that brings spectacular flavour. Great on meats or chicken.
Feta cheese, sun-dried tomatoes and black olives are blended in this full-flavoured Greek inspired dip. Serve as part of a meze spread with good crusty bread.
If you like it 'teekha', you'll enjoy this versatile sauce. Serve as a dipping sauce for with meats and fish, or use as marinade. If topped off with vinegar, it will keep for 1 year in fridge in a covered jar.
Remember when dadima used to move her wooden madhani in cream, churning it into butter singing her Durga stuti? For times when that's not possible, here's a quicker version. Just put heavy cream in a food processor and run it till it turns into butter. It's a good experiment for the kids to watch, too!
How about something other than squash on a hot summer's day? Here's lemonade with a twist.
At fine Italian restaurants, they serve olive oil like this with good quality bread for a starter. This is my quick and easy recipe. Enjoy!