Biscuit Cake ! It’s that wonderful time of the year when you are scrambling for something exciting to impress that someone special in your life. Enjoy this wonderful cake with a twist…yup, it is made with biscuits!!! and no baking required. Simple and easy and the end of the road is just a sweet sweet deal."Biscuit Cake How-to Video"
When you think ‘Biryani”, all kinds of wonderful thoughts run through the head…the flavors, the colors, the spices, the aroma! Hmmm…now that we’ve got your pulse racing and the your taste buds ready for an explosion, see how close it can be to reality. Enjoy this simple yet awesome recipe. Bon Appetit!!!"Chicken Biryani How-to Video"
So if you are a ‘soup-fan’, enjoy this recipe as a soup but if for you ‘soup is just not enough’…serve this with some rice and you have yourself a whole meal. Daal soup is a great and healthy alternative for fussy kids and babies. Don’t let the opportunity go – sneek in the veggies whenever possible."Daal Soup (Split Beans Soup) How-to-Video"
So all of us have leftovers…and most of us have a very hard time trying to figure out what to do with them. Here is a great ingenious way to utilize them and enjoy them to the hilt. Baked Rice is one of those dishes that will make you feel really really good and feel like you have accomplished something- 1. Cleaned out the refrigerator – check 2. Fed the family – check 3. Did…"Baked Rice How-to Video"
Mung Daal, a hearty split bean soup, is a staple in many Indian households. It is loaded with protein but light on the stomach. Mung Daal goes well with rice, chapattis or just by itself as a soup. There are probably a hundred ways to make Mung Daal, each slightly different than the next. Watch this video and see our 2 different versions of simple and delicious Mung Daal."Mung Daal How-to Video"
This recipe for Kosambri or Shredded Carrot Salad most probably originated in the southern parts of India but has been adapted all over. The natural sweetness of carrots mixed in with the tanginess of the lemon juice makes Kosambri one of the tastiest ways to eat raw carrots. Try this recipe and enjoy the health benefits of carrots – an A+ vegetable!"Kosambri – Shredded Carrot Salad How-to Video"
Pan Seared Shrimp is a wonderful and oh-so-easy to make appetizer or snack…wonderful Indian taste that is sure to be a great hit. Forrest Gump in the movie said “Shrimp is the fruit of the sea. You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, sautee it. There’s, um, shrimp kebabs, shrimp creole, shrimp gumbo, pan fried, deep fried, stir fried. There’s pineapple shrimp and lemon shrimp, coconut shrimp, pepper shrimp, shrimp soup, shrimp…"Pan Seared Shrimp How-to Video"
Adai is a dosa-like crepe made with a higher concentration of daal to rice, making it a healthier option. Its a protein-packed meal as well as quick snack idea. Unlike dosa, it requires no fermentat … ion. Watch this video and enjoy this healthy, yummy recipe with some coconut chutney or chutney powder!"Adai – Lentil Crepes How-to Video"
Chole is a popular Indian curry dish made with Garbanzo Beans (Kabuli Chana) which is a great protein source for vegetarians. It can be enjoyed with rice, naan, puri (bhatura) or chapatti. Try this simplified recipe for a delicious meal!"Chole a la Easy – Garbanzo Beans Curry How-to Video"
Daal with Spinach is one of those dishes that you can truly call ‘wholesome’…it is packed with protein, iron and fiber. Everybody has a different name for this colorful dish – so call it whatever appeals to you ‘Daal with Spinach’, ‘Daal-Palak’, ‘Spinach Daal’, ‘Daal-Saag’ but we can all agree that this is one awesome dish! It will be a hot favorite at a family dinner, pot-luck or any party."Daal with Spinach How-to video"
Mung Daal Khichadi is an all-time favorite comfort food for when you’re feeling under the weather or for those “after holiday over-indulgence” times. Made with easy to digest mung daal, rice and veggies, khichadi is also a perfect balanced meal for babies and kids. Try some with Gujarati Kadhi…it’s a perfect match!"Mung Daal Khichadi How-to Video"
Pav Bhaji is an all-time favorite Indian snack food which originated on the streets of Bombay. It has since gained popularity as a full fledged dinner item, perfect for entertaining, with it’s simplicity and “one-pot meal” concept. Pav Bhaji is also a deliciously sneaky way to get the kids to eat their veggies! For the detailed recipe, click here."Pav Bhaji How-to Video"