Are you disappointed that you’re missing a vegetable for your sambar recipe, or maybe you don’t want to run to the grocery store for that one carrot? Check out this easy sambar meal prep tip to make your life a little easier! And why limit it to Sambar, if you have a family favorite recipe, prep ahead and meals will be a breeze then."Tip Tuesday – Easy Meal Prep for Sambar"
One of the most iconic recipes in Maharashtrian cuisine is Varan (yes, you’ve probably never heard that word being associated with Daal before ?)!!! It is true, ask any Maharashtrian!!! Every family has their own version and their own little variation that exemplifies ‘comfort’, ‘home’….now who would pass up on a dish like that?"Return of Varan (Daal) Flashback from 2007 to NOW!"
For vegetarians, we are constantly looking for ideas and new recipes on how to re-package the ultimate Indian Paneer. Paneer is one item, that can very easily take on the flavors of the spices or the curry it is added to."Quick and Easy Kadhai Paneer – Vegetarian Side Dish"
It’s mango season somewhere in the world! Cooking with mangoes and using them in unique ways just adds to the excitement for the die-hard Mango-lovers. Here we have used raw mango, mostly used in pickles, along with the mild Mung Daal so the focus is solely on the mango flavor. The two seasonings adds a different dimension and levels of flavor. Enjoy this dish with rice or with chapatis. Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time:…"Raw Mango with Mung Daal Indian Vegetarian Recipe"
Dal Bati Churma is a very popular Rajasthani dish. The mere mention of the crumbled Baatis with the Panchmela Daal is enough to get the taste glands working overtime. The simple version is with just the Baatis and Daal on top with drizzle Ghee is the more rustic and traditional way to serving this awesome dish. We have dressed it up a bit with a lot of garnishing to give it more texture and flavors.…"Baati (Daal Baati) and Choorma – Rajasthani Cuisine"