Bonding Over Chai – Chocolate Dome Dessert

This time round for our YouTube Live, we timed it for Valentine’s Day and figured we’d connect with all of you and show a fun (yet easy) dessert idea. The Chocolate Dome, it’s simple but looks complicated, so there are 3 possibilities that could arise from you making it for your Valentine’s: a. assume you got it from a restaurant and love you for it b. you have worked very, VERY hard to make this…

"Bonding Over Chai – Chocolate Dome Dessert"

Opening Produce Bags – Tip Tuesday

It is so frustrating trying to open a simple produce bag at a grocery store! Unfortunately, rubbing it between your fingers does not help at times and licking your fingers is just….YUCKIE!!! It’s such a simple task but can be just very annoying and ruin your mood and your shopping experience. Here’s a quick, easy tip that’ll take the edge off for you. Is there a trick or a tip you know that really works…

"Opening Produce Bags – Tip Tuesday"

Instant Pot Misal Recipe

One of the most famous street foods from Pune, India is Misal Pav. Made from sprouted moong (mung) beans or sprouted moth beans, it has the perfect combinations of flavor and texture. We have used an Instant Pot here because we had a lot of requests and Electric Pressure Cookers are all the rage these days, but this recipe is very easily do-able on the stove-top as well. Try this healthy mouth-watering vegetarian/vegan one-pot meal…

"Instant Pot Misal Recipe"

Bonding Over Chai | Brussel Sprouts in Air Fryer Recipe

We did our first ever YouTube LIVE session. We were very nervous but once we got started, everything fell into place. We had a blast, so much so that we actually went over the time we had allotted – who knew! In case you missed it, scroll down for the live video and recipe tutorial. We’d love to get your feedback. Highlights in this video: Brussel Sprouts in Airfryer Recipe New SMTC logo reveal …And…

"Bonding Over Chai | Brussel Sprouts in Air Fryer Recipe"

Baked Bhindi (Okra) Subzi – Indian Vegetarian Recipe

Okra is a vegetable that is used in a lot of different cuisines all over the world. It has a few different names like Ladies Fingers, Gumbo, Bhindi, Bhinda, Vendakkai, Bendakkai…to name a few. While it is a fairly easy vegetable to cook, it is easier to mess up and overcook the Okra and it just falls apart. Who wants slimy okra? Perfectly cooked Okra needs some TLC and attention. In this video, we show…

"Baked Bhindi (Okra) Subzi – Indian Vegetarian Recipe"