Garlicky Minty Yogurt

  This seriously tasty side dish has all the flavors to make your simple meal more memorable. Use it as a dip, salad dressing or eat it just by itself. This was one of the popular sides which was enjoyed by most of the guests at a recent Diwali  get…

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Fish Curry

A well cooked curry speaks volumes in flavor & for any curry, taste is what it is all about. Most of the times, curry making is thought of as a time consuming activity, something one might not consider for a busy weeknight dinner. But I would like to invite you…

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The Art Of Making A Vegetarian Sandwich

  If you want to teach your children to eat well – teach them how to make a good sandwich.                                                                                              Monika Celly   We all love sandwich – be it a wrap, taco, stuffed pita or the ubiquitous jam sandwich. You can take it to school, work, park or…

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Quinoa Stuffed Bell Peppers

  This recipe has been on my mind ever since I discovered the goodness of quinoa. It’s fairly easy to assemble and can even be baked beforehand. I have used green bell peppers but you can make these more colorful with orange/ red/ yellow ones. This is a good substitute…

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Custard Pot Pies With Vermicelli

          This recipe is a fusion of two popular Indian desserts – custard  ( vanilla pudding ), usually served chilled and sweetened vermicelli which is always relished hot . It may look like a long recipe but trust me it is ready in thirty  minutes. We…

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Calming Turmeric Tea

 Spring has definitely sprung but it has brought high amounts of allergens in the air as well. Many of you have been asking for this recipe. Try this tea as soon as you begin to feel sick. Or just drink it couple of times a week to keep a check…

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Pooja Thaali – Significance And How To Make One At Home

  As an Indian who enjoys all the traditions and culture which Indian festivities bring along , I must say there are a few essential things which every Indian household needs to perform all the rituals. Growing up , I remember how my mom would decorate the pooja thali (…

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Zucchini Bread

Guest Recipe by Susan Webb   Since it is the beginning of Fall, I am sharing my mother’s famous Zucchini Bread recipe that is so good with a cup of coffee in front of the fireplace. It can be a good after school / work snack too.       You…

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