A fruity raita to give company to Indian meals, specially good when you have heavy gravies like kofta curry or paneer butter masala on the menu. I love the sweet and tart taste that ripe pineapple gives to the raita.
Arm your vocabulary with these beautiful food words, one for each letter of the English alphabet.
The very versatile okra cooked in a thick curry with yogurt, gram flour and an aromatic ginger-pepper blend.
A crunchy, nutty, leafy side dish for an Indian meal – cabbage and peanuts stir fry.
Rice kheer (pudding) that gets its sweetness from jaggery and dried figs, with a hint of saffron.
Pesto sauce of parsley, coriander and pistachio nuts.
Fresh citrus taste, the bittersweet bite of rind, the happy translucence of homemade orange marmalade - really, what more could one ask for?
Capsicum cherry tomato curry looks so regal, it's hard to believe how easy it was to create.
3 simple ideas for healthy, interesting and really quick weeknight dinners.
Few things compare to the taste and smell of just-fried onions. What's usually an embellishment to pulao or a minor ingredient in curries plays starring role in this recipe.
Bihar's specialty - sattu paratha, or pan-fried flatbread with a roasted gram flour filling.
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