Paratha (Indian Flatbread)

Hey everyone! Sorry I neglected to post yesterday, and also sorry it's not a legitimate meal. I have so mach leftover food though from Super Bowl XLIX that I just can't justify cooking a meal yet. This paratha though is delicious by itself with a nice chutney, or split in half and stuffed with sandwich meats. This bread is a nice quick recipe, and it's also nice and hearty. I wish I had the time to make a spiced chutney with this for the evening, but after a long day of work I'm just so tired I can barely read what I'm typing! ...more

Curried Golden Lentil Soup

Of all the soups I've posted so far this month, this one is definitely kid #3's favorite. In fact, to be honest, no one else in the family even got to eat this soup today -- he scarfed it all. ALL. THE WHOLE THING....more

Food Adventures : Coriander

 image via Coriander ...more

Doonya or Don’t Ya? NYC’s New Bollywood Dance Studio

It’s time to get Swappy. Swappy equals sweaty and happy, according to the co-founders of Doonya.Doonya is a Bollywood-inspired dance workout developed by founders Priya and Kajal. It is trademarked, so you won’t find it anywhere else....more

Authentic Indian Recipes

Methi Mutton  ...more

Lemon Rice

Simple and flavourful peanut and lemon rice -a South Indian specialtyRice is the staple diet of South India and there are so many ways of making simple but flavourful rice pilaf .Many South Indian rice preparations are very quick and made by using left over rice.I love rice and often try different recipes to make quick and filling rice preparations....more

How to make Lachcha Paratha

Crispy, flaky and multi layered wheat flour Indian bread...more

Stir fried taro root /colocasia

Shallow fried mildly spiced colocasia /Taro root ...more

Mango Halwa

Indian dessert made with mango and semolina As the summers season have already started ,the fruit market is flooded with all types of juicy stone fruits.In India we have so many varieties of mangoes to enjoy during hot summer seasons. Mangos are used to make drinks, desserts, chutnies ,curries and pickles. I often make Sooji Halwa and in winter the popular Gajar halwa is made and in summers when bottle gourd is very easily and reasonably available then Lauki ka Halwa is made and relished ....more