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Prep time10 mins
Cook time40 mins
Total time50 mins
This is a classic Indian Hyderabadi dish. This subtly spiced tomato sauce goes well with Peas Pulao or Biryani. It is tangily satisfying, equally good warm or cold.
I am using my mother’s recipe here and although I have tried several variations on it, I love it best as is.
Ingredients: 10 medium red and ripe Tomatoes, washed and quartered 1 tbsp Ginger Garlic paste 1 tsp Turmeric powder 1 tsp Red Chili Powder 1 tsp Dry Roasted Coriander Seed Powder 1 tsp Dry Roasted Cumin Powder Salt to taste 2 tbsp Fresh Cilantro finely chopped 2 tbsp Fresh Mint finely chopped 4 Hard boiled…
Hello Hello Hello! Hi fellas ! As I have already introduced you all to the very useful Carom Seeds ( Ajwain), today I want to tell you about how can we use Carom Seeds with a pinch of table salt for stomach ache, gas and acidity. Eating in haste, swallowing very fast and long meal…
Prep time5 minutes
Cook time45 minutes
Total time50 minutes
This delicious Lamb Chops recipe is an easy and tasty dish to prepare if you are short on time and ingredients. You can garnish the dish with some coriander, Chris doesn’t like it so you wont find it any of my dishes 🙂
Ingredients: 12 Lamb Chops 1/2 Packet ready made Qorma Masala ( I used National brand and is available at any Pakistani or Indian store) 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1 1/2 tbsp fresh ginger & garlic paste 3 tbsp yogurt 1 cup water 1 onion chopped Directions : 1. Add ginger & garlic paste, yogurt and qorma masala…
This recipe helps sooth body aches and pains and is also very good for menstrual discomfort.
Ajwain also known as Ajowan caraway or carom and tastes like thyme. The plant is indigenous to India and also the Middle East. Carom seeds have got a all-natural anti-inflammatory as well as healing property and is efficient in enhancing digestion of food.
Chris and I own a condo on “the Strip” in Las Vegas, and try to visit it once every few months especially in the fall and winter. Last year, we decided to spend the New Year (Dec 31, 2016) there as we believe it is the liveliest spot west of Times Square. As always, I…
Prep time1 minutes
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Oatmeal is Chris’s favorite breakfast foods so much so that we eat it almost 6 days a week ! It is quick to prepare, balanced and very healthy because it has fiber in the form of fruits, low-glycemic index carbohydrates in old fashioned oats and protein in the form of pecans. This basic recipe is all you need to get started … add as many fruits and nuts as you like.
Ingredients: Half cup old fashioned oats Half cup fresh berries (strawberries, blueberries) Half ripe banana sliced 6-8 pecans or walnuts Half cup of unsweetened almond milk 1 cup water Directions : 1. Cook the oats with the water in the microwave for 5 minutes. 2. Stir in the fruits and nuts. 3. Stir in the the…
Prep time10 mins
Cook time25 mins
Total time35 mins
I am all for complicated & time consuming dishes but once in a while even I like to just make something which doesn’t take too much effort. This recipe is not only easy to make but it is also very tasty, yet low-fat and a perfect balance of protein, carbohydrates and fiber.
It’s simple enough for a weeknight meal yet interesting enough to serve to friends over the weekend. Let me know what you think 🙂
Ingredients: 2 Boneless Chicken breasts 2 small Broccoli crowns 4 medium Red Potatoes 1/4 cup olive oil 2 tsp sea salt 2 tsp black pepper 2 tsp onion powder 1 tsp paprika 1 tsp fresh ginger paste 1 tsp fresh garlic paste 1/3 cup shredded Parmesan cheese Directions : 1. Preheat oven to 400°F/200°C. 2….
Prep time45 minutes
Cook time30 minutes
Total timeApprox an hour and a half
Khow Suey is a Burmese one pot meal with egg noodles and a delicately spiced chicken and coconut milk sauce, served up with different contrasting condiments/toppings – each spoon of the soup will be bursting with exotic flavours!
I was introduced to Khow suey at a very young age by friends who had recently moved from Burma ( now Mayanmar ) . I fell in love with it there and then. When I started cooking, I tried several recipes to get the same taste as was imprinted in my memory and finally I ended up with a recipe of my own – which i think is perfect 🙂
I usually make this when I am expecting a crowd for dinner.
Ingredients: *For curry powder: 1 tsp coriander seeds 5 tsp cumin seeds 2 dried red chilies 1/4 tsp turmeric powder Roast & grind above. *You can also use a ready made curry powder Main ingredients: 2 lbs boneless chicken – cut into bite size pieces 2 cans coconut milk (14 oz each) 1 tbsp chickpea…
We spend a lot of time in Lake Tahoe because my husband is a skier so much so that he bought a house in Incline Village North Tahoe. We even got married there 🙂 The first time I went to Lake Tahoe, was in 2015 with Chris. We took the scenic route and since…