Carrots and almonds come together so perfectly in this dessert drink! A mild saffron infused flavor enhances the whole experience. Add any sweetener of choice and also make it entirely vegan! Delish however we make it !
Split Bengal Gram dal / Kadalai Paruppu / tossed in a tempering that is classic South indian, with the fragrance of coconut oil and freshly grated coconut makes for a delicious sundal/ warm salad!
Bell peppers and paneer stir fry, mildly spiced with garam masala, a touch of tanginess from the tomato comes together deliciously in this curry, that makes for a great accompaniment for roti, rice, naan, etc. A must try, easy recipe ! Make it vegan by using tofu.
A simple and delicious South Indian version of a dal. Chayote squash and yellow mung dal come together beautifully in this curry/dal and make for a great accompaniment for rice, roti or any carb of choice. Read on for variation in this recipe.
Cauliflower is trending, in every form possible ! The Indian cuisine is no stranger to this vegetable. This curry uses a spice blend commonly used in the Tamil-Kerala cuisines like black peppercorns, curry leaves, coconut oil, etc….simply delicious !! A must try recipe !
An Ishtu is a stew like, coconut milk based curry that is very popular in Kerala and South West Tamil Nadu. A very fragrant curry that makes for a great accompaniment for dosai,idli,idiyappam, aapam or simply some white rice.
Ridge Gourd is a vegetable that is squash like in texture and easily absorbs flavors of the spices. This chutney uses spices typical to the Tamil Cuisine, but use any spices of choice and customize it to suit your taste!
Another kurma/korma recipe that is easy to make, has a very unique flavor from the Soya Nuggets and is sheer meaty indulgence for vegan/vegetarian! The creaminess from coconut milk and slight tang from the tomatoes balance each other so well…a must try recipe !
Delicious deep fried fritter like goodness made from Urad dal / Bengal Gram that is airy, spongy, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside..just right to soak up all the goodness of the sambar..that is Sambar Vadai/Bonda!
Rasam is a thin,tangy, savory soup that South Indians eat with steamed rice pretty much throughout the year.With Autumn/Fall setting in slowly in this part of the world, soups and stews are showing up. So I am jumping on the soup wagon with this Tomato Soup Rasam….