Seasonal Pickles are just so amazing and we just love to make them and have them in the fridge at all times. This Mooli and Jalapeño Pickle is just one of our favs amongst all of them. We love the the crunch of the Radish (Muli) and the spice of the jalapeños. Being able to control the Salt and the Oil in our food is a big plus for us and knowing all the ingredients…"Fresh Radish and Jalapeño Pickle"
Again, another very integral part of an Indian meal and a key component to making Chaat, this Tamarind Chutney is just fabulous. The sweet from the jaggery, the tart from the tamarind and the spice from the Red Chili Powder is a trilogy worth exploring. We always make a big batch and freeze some for rainy days."Imli Chutney | Tamarind Chutnee | Katti Meethi Chutni"
Mint (Pudina) Chutney is very versatile and an integral part of an Indian Meal. It can be served as a dip with appetizers (example pappad, samosas, kebabs, etc.) or it can be used as a spread in sandwiches – with cucumber or tomatoes and cheese (yummy!) and best of all, it plays a key role in making chaat, a very popular street food."Mint Chutney | Pudina Chutnee | Hari Chutni"
Why make Sauerkraut at home, you may ask? Besides being so much cheaper and fresher, sauerkraut has a ton of health benefits that you may be missing. If you haven’t explored the amazing flavor and health benefits of sauerkraut, now’s the time! Simply put, sauerkraut is fermented (and pickled) cabbage that is an immunity boosting, gut biome repairing, vitamin C and antioxidant packed probiotic than will rock your world. Cabbage is one of the most…"Homemade Sauerkraut"
Many times we see recipes that call for “Green Chutney” or “Dhania Chutney”, among other names. The combination of ingredients possible to get that “Green Chutney” are far and wide. Today, we show you one of our versions, a Coriander and Garlic Chutney. You can use this easy Dhania Chutney recipe in Chaats, sandwiches or as a dipping sauce."Coriander & Garlic Chutney Recipe"