Category Archive for: ‘Recipes’

  • Blog Size Garam Masala 200X200

    Now, you can make your own garam masala at home!

    Garam Masala, the quintessential spice mix is widely used in all types of Indian dishes and is indeed the culinary queen for Indian cuisine. The phrase ‘Garam Masala’ stands for ‘hot spices’. The components of the masala mix are considered ‘heat-generating’…these masalas, when consumed, are said …

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  • Indian Sweets

    Easy and Delicious Diwali Sweets

    Diwali is time for celebration, and no celebration is complete with delicious treats! While fried, sugar laden mitai are favored during the festival season, some healthier options are available – and no less tasty! Try these recipes and share with friends and neighbors. No one …

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    A New and Balanced You: Recipes for a Healthy Lifestyle

    A New and Balanced You: Recipes for a Healthy Lifestyle In January and at the start of any new year, many of us were enthusiastic about making lifestyle changes, but it’s likely that enthusiasm has worn off significantly by now. It is never too late …

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    Desi Inspired Signature Cocktails

    Desi Inspired Signature Cocktails At your next event, serve drinks your guests will remember fondly! Perfect for holiday parties or as a signature drink at wedding receptions, these drink ideas are a unique twist on some traditional favorites. Spiced Simple Syrup Use this simple syrup …

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    Holiday Sweets and Snacks

    SWEETS No festival would be complete without a variety of traditional foods to make the celebration more festive … and delicious! Though we may watch our every calorie the rest of the year, the festival season is a time to indulge. Include some of these …

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  • Enjoy the Celebration.... with Sweets

    Enjoy the Celebration…. with Sweets

    How to make sweet rice (rice pudding/kheer) Sweet rice has a unique flavour and is often eaten as a dessert. Some people enjoy it with daahl puri roti as a meal. It is also eaten ceremoniously by the dulaha (bridegroom) during the Hindu marriage ceremony. …

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  • Eat Your Way Through the Festival Season

    Eat Your Way Through the Festival Season

    Food is a very important part of any Indian events, including annual festivals. By Taniya Talukdar India is a land of varied cultures that include festivals celebrated the year round and food is a big part of any such celebration. In fact, any festival remains …

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  • Diwali Sweets

    Diwali Sweets For your dining pleasure we have collected these sweets recipes from all the different states of India Shrikhand (Sweetened yogurt with saffron) Serves 6-8 2½ cups plain yogurt (20 fl. oz.) 1 Tbsp warm milk ¼ tsp saffron ¼ tsp elaichi (cardamom) powder …

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  • Food Designing

    Food Designing

    Designing is a way of expressing personal creativity and innovation—and what better means is there to design than through everyone’s favorite thing: food! Just as the imagination is endless, so are the variety of food designs possible. When it comes to designing with food, it …

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  • Quick and Easy Holiday Recipes

    Quick and Easy Holiday Recipes

    Since September, many South Asians have been in “holiday” mode. Entertaining guests, cooking, and cleaning have no doubt become a part of your everyday activities. As the New Year approaches, this festive mood and atmosphere remains in tact as intimate get-togethers and festive parties mark …

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