This is an interesting recipe from Flatbreads and flavors by Jeffery Alford and Naomi Duguid. I have to try this when avocados are in season this year. According to the author, this chutney goes well with puris and dosas.
Achar means Indian pickles. This recipe from east India uses traditional Indian pickling spices and elevates the taste of normal ho-hum potatoes to something extra-ordinary. Yes, you may not have all the spices. But leaving out a couple of spices will change the flavor but the end result will still be tasty. This method is generally used for preparing lamb but I modified this to make a vegetarian version.
Use your leftover mashed potatoes for making a sumptuous Indian appetizer- samosas.If the mashed potatoes are refrigerated overnight, their consistency is right for this recipe. This can also be used as a side dish for rotis, naans and sandwich fillings. Try this with common mashed potatoes and not ones that use ingredients like basil or chipotle peppers.
For those of you, who drink buttermilk with salt, this version gives it a zip. If you have never drank buttermilk, try this recipe using whatever is left-over in the carton. It is so cooling and light. This is a South Indian drink that is offered to guests on hot summer days. Making this drink is based on your personal preferences for the various ingredients and you can tinker with the quantities of the spices.
It is a fiery hot condiment from South India. Spice lovers have it with dosas or idlis. It is reaallly hot. I know some people who make it without the cilantro- eeks. If you are a chili wuss, do not try this. I eat this if I want an adrenaline rush and it makes my lips burn. But I have it anyway... A thinned down version of this chutney can be used as a marinade for paneer and chicken.
This has a layer of ice cream sandwiched between peanut buttery, hazelnutty granola. This is a good recipe to make use of some not really interesting granola. This is the ultimate in deliciousness and so easy to make. This dessert is from Chocolate american style by Lara Brody.
These crispy, spicy fritters are eaten as a snack in south India rather than as an appetizer. It is served with coffee or tea. These are generally made as small pieces and fried so that the fried surface area is more. They taste best when made with onions that have a lower water content such as red onion.
This recipe is quick in the sense that it makes use of a ready coleslaw mix and saves the time to shred veggies. Forming wontons is still time consuming. This is not the most authentic recipe you may find, but it is delicious. Of course, you can add other stuff like scallions, tofu etc.
This recipe is from 'Mexico- One plate at a time' by Rick Bayless. It is very different from the usual tortilla soups. The soup is quite thin but so flavorful & spicy. I added cumin although the actual recipe does not call for it.
I was looking for a recipe for tomato pie or tart. I developed my own recipe based on ideas drawn from several sources. The number of tomatoes and amount of mozzarella are just approximations since I mostly made this recipe up. Let this not deter you from trying this one. I tried this one today and the results were so yummm...
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