Everyone can’t know what all those strange things in Indian is, and if you did like me, wonder what jeera was, I can tell you that it’s just cumin. So jeera rice is basically a cumin rice, but it has a lot of other rich Indian flavors such as […]
Healthier, but also taste so much better! Whole Wheat Bread Rolls perfect for cozy mornings, next to soups and salads and whatever you please. We always have homemade whole wheat bread. I cannot bear the thought of having […]
Quinoa bowls are perfect for those filling salads, for picnics and light lunches. And this sounds just about perfect for sluggish January days! My fix is this Mango Chipotle Quinoa Bowl. You can omit the lime chicken if you want to cut […]
French fries is the ultimate comfort food, and with rosemary it just feels a little bit more elevated and tastes amazing. I made rosemary salt to rub the fries in, and added chili flakes too to spice things up a bit. I have been really into making […]
Tabbouleh is a fresh Middle Eastern side dish, with flavors of mint, lemon and garlic; the quinoa fills you up and nurtures well and the cucumber and tomatoes elevates it to a fresh salad. I’ve had a kick on Middle Eastern food lately and […]
Garlic Cilantro Naan is my favorite kind of naan. Soft Indian flatbreads with flavor of garlic and cilantro, topped with melted butter. Ahh.. perfect Indian side! Eat it with all kinds of curries as a main dish, or dip raita or chutney in it for an […]
Apple Honey Brie Toast is the Fall toast to try. Tart apples, with the nutty, earthy flavor of brie with the sweet honey was an incredible combination. Brie is a mild, buttery cheese that goes very well with sweet flavors such as honey and apples.
I wanted to share with you guys one of my absolute favorite soups. This is one of the reasons why I love the Fall season! It’s bursting with rich and comforting flavors such as the nutty butternut squash, the tart chevre, roasted garlic and […]
Raita is a cool, creamy condiment that is a must with spicy Indian recipes. Yoghurt and cucumber soothes the palate and stands up to the spicier dishes. The meal will feel more whole when you add this to the party.
Curry coconut carrot soup. So that’s a handful. Curry, coconut and carrots. This dish is both hearty and healthy – perfect on rainy Fall nights that not all of us want to realize are approaching. The spiciness and ginger heals those sore throats in no time. […]