Let’s Cook Indian!
Comforting, healthy, and full of your favorite vegetables, you will wonder where this sambar recipe been all your life. Eat it with anything, or as a light meal with salad and good bread.
Simple ghee rice is richly aromatic with ghee and a few spices. It is so much more flavorful than you would expect and it works well as the center of a meal, or as a side to a curry or roast.
Sweet juicy shrimp biryani with tender rice and Indian spices make for a quick and easy celebratory meal even on a weeknight. It’s easy one-pot cooking: just measure and chop a few things. So good!
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It is time that Indian food in America gets it’s due. Here is to Madhur Jaffrey, the mother of Indian cuisine in America, whose dream is that Indian food will come into its own.
Call this pomegranate cocktail a mimosa or a spritz with a twist, a cocktail or a mocktail. Either way, it says celebration if by yourself, or at a party.
Whether you’ve had too much sugar or refined flour lately, or you avoid them, these paleo coconut almond cookies are the perfect treat. They are rich, crunchy, and easy to make.
Creamy, comforting, make-ahead, and pretty as a picture, Indian rice pudding will solve your sweet course. Topped with nuts of your choice for some crunch, this is a satisfying way to end a meal.
Chewy coconut almond cookies are irresistible enough for company. Dress them up with chocolate, coconut or favorite nuts and your cookies monsters, gluten-free or not, will thank you.
Here is a comprehensive list of food substitutions. Some can easily be swapped, and some can be made, so hopefully, we all can save a trip to the grocery store.