Alsi Shengdana Lasun Chutney

I have made this Alsi Shengdana Lasun chutney by adding flaxseed to the traditional Maharashtrian Peanut-Garlic chutney.

So this chutney is a great way of including 3 superfoods—garlic, flaxseeds, and peanuts—into your daily diet.

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Tex-Mex Salad with Cilantro Dressing by Sonal of SimplyVegetarian777

It is my pleasure today to host Sonal of SimplyVegetarian777. Ever since I started blogging, I have followed Sonal’s work and love her collection of vegetarian and healthy recipes. Over the past year, I have noticed that Sonal repertoire has expanded and her palate has become even more sophisticated. However, Sonal’s

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Moong and Udad Dal Idli (aka Dal Idli or Dali Santhan) – A Mangalore/Konkani Speciality

The moment I saw the recipe for a Lentils & Semolina Idli on Annapoorna Prabhu Sanoor‘s blog, I just knew I HAD to try it. After reading her recipe, I did a bit of research on the Internet (as is wont) and found several similar recipes. I finally made it without

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Boiled Peanuts – Mumbai Street Food – The Quick and Easy Way

  Mumbai is a metropolis that is for the working man and by the working man. Till the early 80s, Mumbai was a place where all kinds of mills and manufacturing industries thrived. These factories were often manned by men who came alone to this great city, leaving families behind, to eke

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Carrot and Ginger Soup with a Dash of Orange

What do I say about the taste of this soup! Your mind fights to identify a distinct taste; is it the sweetness of the carrots? Or then the tanginess of the orange? Wait! it is the sharpness of the ginger. I quite liked this eclectic mix of tastes in this Carrot

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Kakdi Raita | Cucumber Raita

A cool raita is the prefect accompaniment to a spicy biryani/pulao or even rotis. You can make raita with a range of vegetables. This recipe is for a Cucumber Raita (in Hindi, it is called Kakdi Raita) which combines the coolness of the cucumber with coolness of the yogurt/curd. Do try the

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