We are all in this craziness together so why not make the most of your time at home. Sprouting mung or moong beans can be a fun way to teach your kids about the germination process and involve them in the kitchen and cooking. It will also save you some money. Just one cup of dry moong beans can yield a bucket load of sprouts. Use sprouted mung in salads or quick stirfrys or make…"Stay Home, Stay Safe and Sprout Mung Beans"
Pomfret, also known as Paplet Hooman or Pompano, is a popular choice of fish for Goan cuisine. With very little marination time as well as cooking time required, this aromatic coconut based Pomfret fish curry recipe is a must try. Serve it with hot rice or roti. In case you can’t get a hold of pomfret, try these substitutes: sea bass, red snapper, flounder, small grouper, tilapia, cod, haddock, or any white flesh fish."Goan Pomfret Fish Curry"
As we face the possible/probable crisis situation created by the Coronavirus and COVID-19, we have to look at ways to keep calm and act accordingly, especially in our kitchens. Irrational shopping and hoarding is not the answer in these stressful times. Be smart and learn to make the adjustments that will allow you to cook and feed your family with ease. Also try out this super simple Egg Drop Curry recipe that you can make…"Cooking In A Crisis Situation | 10 Adjustments to Shopping Routine | Egg Drop Curry 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"
This easy Shrimp Roast recipe hails from the state of Kerala, India. With the sharp flavors of roughly crushed garlic and ginger, along with the tanginess from Kokum, get ready for a party in your mouth. Serve it with rice or roti or as the star appetizer for your next get-together."Shrimp (Prawn) Roast"