Malabar Prawn Curry

Malabar Prawn Curry is a recipe from the coastal regions of South India, KERALA, which is aptly called “God’s Own country”. Because of the abundance of coconut trees in Kerala, it finds it’s exclusive presence in Malabar Cuisine. Malabari Cuisine is from the Southern Part of Konkan Coast, which is quite different from the Northern Konkan cuisine namely Malvani and Gonmantak. Usage of Tamarind and Curry leaves is the signature of Malabari Cuisine.This recipe has a burst of flavor with the tanginess of tamarind, great flavours of curry leaves and the sweet taste of coconut milk. Coconut is the newest…

Sabudana Vada Slider- A Maharastrian Delight

Indian streets are well famous for its tasty food items, Every Indian city has its own specialty of all time favorite snacks. Delhi is famous for its tasty street foods either Indian or Chinese with Indian flavor, North East Indian cuisines are also considered to one of the best food such as Naga cuisines, Assam Laksa, bamboo shot, momos, they are cheap and taste really good. During my travel outside, I always makes it a point to taste these street food delicacies and whenever I have the opportunity to try these at home, I try to replicate the dish ,…

Sweet Apple Dumplings-

This monumental dessert called Apple Dumpling where sweet red apples are wrapped in a rich pastry ,baked and served with an even richer sauce. This recipe, originally from the Amish people of Pennsylvania, is definitely not diet food. The Amish are famous for their hard work. If you’ve been building barns or ploughing the fields all day, you won’t feel guilty returning home to these deliciously saucy, individually packaged apple pies.Amish food tends to be heavy in carbohydrates and fats. But such a diet is okay for physically active farmers. An apple dumpling is a pastry filled with apple, cinnamon…

Idli Muffin

Idli Muffins

South Indian cuisine is almost synonymous with idli which is not only easy to make but also extremely healthy and easy to digest. In fact, when stranded on a highway with nothing to eat, we wouldn’t hesitate to walk into a roadside hotel and buy a few idlis, as it is steamed, and therefore quite safe to eat anywhere. No longer just a South Indian favorite, Idlis are loved and can be found just about anywhere in India. To give the normal idli a twist I sometimes steam the idlis in muffins mould and gave it a healthy vegetable toppings…

Masor Tenga (Tangy Fish Curry)

Assam, the beautiful state of North-East India has an incredible range of culture, awesome wildlife, the world famous Assam Tea, oldest oil refineries, famous Kamakhya temple and of course, the Assamese cuisine, which is characterized by very little use of spices but strong flavors. This Masor Tenga (Tangy Fish Curry), is an indispensable part of a proper meal in Assam. This is a light and tangy dish, and is one of Assam’s signature preparations. The key ingredient in a tenga is the use of a souring agent like lemon or tomato which lends the dish a tart tangy taste. I…

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