Mango yogurt mousse recipe, with ricotta

A simple and easy mango mousse with yogurt and ricotta as main ingredients. No gelatin or agar agar. Delicious treat for summer and mango season. Mango mania in my blog continues. This is a simple recipe I made when I was thinking what to do with some leftover ricotta in my pantry.  I have never bought ricotta cheese so far, have always replaced with hung curd or ground paneer. I got this for a television shoot (will update more about it once it’s live). So did not […]

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Mango thandai recipe, easy aam thandai

Mango thandai with simple ingredients and procedure. A yummy twist to the regular thandai, with the tropical fruit added for flavour in this thandai inspired drink. I got to know this simple thandai recipe from my friend and love it a lot. I saw this idea of mango thandai in a restaurant menu in Insta feed and wanted to try this mango season. This year, I haven’t purchased much mangoes as I did not frequent Indian groceries like I used to. Only a couple of dozens may […]

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Masala puri chaat recipe, street food style masala puri

Masala puri chaat is a famous street food in Karnataka. Spicy, flavourful street food style snack prepared at home. Full video and step by step pictures recipe. For long time, I kept postponing making masala puri post. The masala we prepare for masala puri chaat with green peas is similar to ragda. I have not tasted this in restaurant/ outside.  But have drooled enough seeing street food videos and Instagram posts. You can serve with some sweet chutney if you want. I served as such. It was […]

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Healthy South Indian Cooking

With the addition of fifty new easy-to-prepare dishes, “Healthy South Indian Cooking” is back, now totalling 250 recipes. In the famous Chettinad Healthy cooking tradition of Southern India, these foods evoke South Indian forgotten by Chicken Tikka Masala enthusiasts. Mostly vegetarian, these recipes allow home cooks to create such esoteric: dishes as Potato-filled Dosas with Coconut Chutney, Pearl Onion and Tomato Sambhar; Chickpea and Bell Pepper per Poriyal, and Eggplant Masala Curry. Rasams, breads, legumes and payasams are all featured here, as is the exceptional Chettinad Chicken […]

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How Did Chickpea Flour, A Staple Of Indian Cuisine, Become A Health Food Sensation?

How Did Chickpea Flour, A Staple Of Indian Cuisine, Become A Health Food Sensation? How Did Chickpea Flour, A Staple Of Indian Cuisine, Become A Health Food Sensation? By Priya Krishna • 10 hours ago Chickpea flour is gaining attention thanks to its gluten-free binding properties. But the ingredient has been a staple of cooking for Indians, Pakistanis and many others for centuries. Pinkybird / Getty Images There’s a specific section of my family’s fridge that is reserved for the large, seemingly bottomless tub of chickpea flour […]

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Varied Kitchens of India

Well-known food writer Copeland Marks has a unique talent for going to exotic places and returning with cuisines home cooks can take great pleasure in cooking for themselves. Here is an Indian cookbook that helps us discover delightfully accessible food in unfamiliar kitchens. More than two hundred dishes gloriously represent the range of flavors and cuisines of India’s regional groups including: – Anglo-Indians of Calcutta: Hearty, spicy and deeply satisfying foods. – Bengalis: Delicious seafood and vegetarian dishes, and exquisite desserts. – Jews of Calcutta: Imaginative combinations […]

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The Indian Shrimp Market 2019: Projected to Reach a Volume of 1.

The Indian Shrimp Market 2019: Projected to Reach a Volume of 1. DUBLIN –(BUSINESS WIRE) The “Indian Shrimp Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2019-2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The Indian shrimp market reached a volume of 0.67 Million Tons in 2018. Looking forward, the publisher expects the market to reach a volume of 1.13 Million Tons by 2024, exhibiting a CAGR of around 9% during 2019-2024. Easy availability of shrimp and their high nutritional content represent the major growth-inducing factors. […]

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Mamidikaya pappu, mango dal recipe

Mango dal recipe is special Andhra dal serve as a part of lunch menu. Tangy, flavourful dal with a hint of jaggery which makes it perfectly balanced. Last year once I tasted mango dal in an Andhra restaurant. The same day as I tasted the Carrot sambar with garlic . I even tried once, but could not get it in right taste. Made again couple of days back as it is mango season. Though these days raw mangoes are available 365 days a year here, the mangoes […]

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Mango coconut milk shake recipe

Mango and coconut cream or coconut milk together tastes great, just like the Pina colada. The tropical fruit drink perfect to try for the mango season. I had this combo of mango and coconut milk drink in mind for quite sometime now. This year, I have to yet taste sweet mango, as my frequency to mustafa visit has reduced. I got few Banganapallis as usual last time in an Indian grocery. But not sweet at all. Vj usually have it as side dish for rice. So it […]

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Spice Kitchen

Delve into the decadent world of Spice Kitchen, a beautifully crafted cookbook containing fresh and simple regional recipes from India. These recipes celebrate the traditional and modern dishes that have made India the incredible food nation of today. Create your own feast of Indian food by mixing and matching robust curries, delicate biryanis and nourishing dals with flavourful chutneys and salads, breads and pappadums, before moving on to India’s finest desserts – sweet enough to satisfy anyone. Enter the fragrant world of Spice Kitchen and sample the […]

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