Filter Coffee (South Indian Style)

For those who grew up enjoying aromatic South Indian style Filter Coffee, making it is a no-brainer. However, for the rest of the world, it is a great alternative to brewing coffee in a standard coffee maker. The biggest difference in South Indian style filter coffee is the coffee. Coffee beans are blended with chicory, the root of a fragrant plant. Look out for the many different styles of manual drip coffee makers and coffee…

"Filter Coffee (South Indian Style)"

Gajar (Carrot) Kanji

Once in a while, we crave a change from boring sodas and juices. Gajar ki Kanji, a unique tasting beverage made from carrots and beets, is a great alternative to your average drink. Add a few green chilies to give this recipe an added kick or simply enjoy this refreshing and beautiful beverage.

"Gajar (Carrot) Kanji"

Homemade Mocha Latte

Save some money and the inconvenience of driving around looking for the perfect cup of Mocha! Keep your money in the pocket and save some time and effort with this clever hack. Homemade Mocha, it can’t get any easier that this… ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Check out the ShowMeThecurry YouTube Channel +++++++++++++++++++++++++ Connect with us on Social Media: ShowMeTheCurry on Facebook ShowMeTheCurry on Twitter ShowMeTheCurry on Instagram ShowMeTheCurry on Pinterest How to make homemade mocha latte, easy mocha…

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Sambharam (Spiced Yogurt Drink)

Sambharam is a refreshing yogurt drink popular in South India. It is very similar to it’s North-Indian counterpart as far as the ingredients are concerned but they are very different in consistency and flavors, The Ginger in the Sambaram is cooling as is the light buttermilk – perfect for the summer heat. With soaring temperatures, this light and flavorful concoction is the perfect beverage to cool the body and soul.

"Sambharam (Spiced Yogurt Drink)"

Ginger Cardamom Tea (Chai)

Tea is very personal, or so it is believed amongst South East Asians. We are 5 people who drank tea in our home, while growing up and all of us liked it made differently! There is no right way or wrong way, it’s just a preference. This one is a basic Tea recipe and you can tweak it, customize it to your taste b adjusting the Ginger and the Cardamom. Here is an aromatic version…

"Ginger Cardamom Tea (Chai)"