Skill Level: Moderate

Chicken Chili Verde

There are several different kinds of chili out there and my favorites are the ones that do not have beans in them. I feel beans are used by restaurants as fillers and they do kill the flavor of meat. This particular recipe if a favorite of mine since it has a little tanginess to it […]

Naan

Indian meal at a restaurant is not complete unless you have your generous dose of tandoor-cooked bread called “Naan”. Many of us think making naan at home is impossible without a clay oven, but believe me, oven range works just fine. Two essential items that are needed to make the best naan at home (atleast […]

Easy Kerala Avial

Kerala Avial is the queen of all avials out there. This nutritious comfort food made using a variety of fresh South Indian vegetables cooked in coconut paste is the star of all Kerala festivals such as Onam and Vishu. Outside of festivals, its a great side dish for adai, another nutritious Indian multigrain pancake you […]

Flan – 2 (lets make some caramel sauce)

Flan is a very simple dessert, the origin of which is claimed by different countries. A Portuguese friend of my taught me the traditional method of making flan and its the bomb. I use less eggs than most recipes out there because i don’t like my flan too eggy. Don’t be intimidated by the caramel […]

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Kalakand

Flan

Flan – 1

Flan is a very simple dessert, the origin of which is claimed by different countries. A Portuguese friend of my taught me the traditional method of making flan and its the bomb. I use less eggs than most recipes out there because i done like my flan too eggy. Also, I have used Smuckers caramel […]

Paasi Paruppu Sambar/Moong dhal sambar

My mom makes this dhal as a side-dish for rotis, and I have always enjoyed eating left-overs the following day with rice. Later when I started cooking, I tweaked it a little bit to go well with rice. This a very healthy substitute for regular sambar without compromising on taste. Here goes the recipe!