Mixed Chowmein

View my step-by-step video             If I’m ordering takeout or eating in, I almost always make sure to get both Fried Rice and a Chowmein. One of my sons prefers rice and the other noodles, although I can never remember which is which Chowmein noodles are widely available. The most … Continue reading Mixed Chowmein

Roasted Cauliflower & Coconut Soup

View my step-by-step video     Even though the weather is warming up, it’s still pretty chilly and I’m always in the mood for a nice bowl of comfort in a bowl soup. Cauliflower is a perfect ingredient for a soup, once cooked it blends into a velvety creaminess. This version is so much better. … Continue reading Roasted Cauliflower & Coconut Soup

Saltfish Fritters – Jamaican Stamp and Go

View my step-by-step video                           There’s something about my friend Mary Rocto. Years ago her name surfaced on Twitter at the time of the Recipe to Riches auditions.  Mary is loud and passionate about food and her presence was felt on social media. … Continue reading Saltfish Fritters – Jamaican Stamp and Go

Mushroom Manchurian

View my step-by-step video     Mushroom Manchurian is an insanely Indo Chinese dish popular in India and around the world. India is primarily vegetarian and although Mushrooms are fairly new to the subcontinent they are used in a wide variety of dishes. Print Yum Mushroom Manchurian Ingredients10 oz 283 gms button Mushrooms ¼ Cornstarch … Continue reading Mushroom Manchurian

Aloo Poha – Spicy & Potato Flat Rice

View my step-by-step video                   Poha is flattened rice and prepared in most parts of India. In Maharashtra, it’s served for breakfast with cubes of potato and spices. I grew up in boarding school and Poha was something we were served at least once a week. This … Continue reading Aloo Poha – Spicy & Potato Flat Rice

Batatawadas, Bondas or Potato Ball

View my step by step video                         This delicious street snack Batatawada or Bonda is a Aloo or Potato ball that is deep fried in a chick pea batter. It’s crispy and gluten free. These are found all over India, especially in Mumbai where … Continue reading Batatawadas, Bondas or Potato Ball

Chinese Bhel

View my step-by-step video             To say Chinese food is popular in India is an understatement. Indo Chinese food has made its way into every nook and cranny of the country. I’m not sure how long Chinese Bhel has been around, but it’s a remarkable idea. A traditional Bhel is … Continue reading Chinese Bhel

Alle Belle

View my step-by-step video       Alle Belle of Coconut crepes or pancakes are made at tea time in Goa. This is also enjoyed by other Christians in India. My earliest memory of this is boarding school. I spent years at St. Joseph’s Convent in Panchgani, India enjoying this treat every Fat or Shrove … Continue reading Alle Belle

Butter Chicken Mac & Cheese

View my step-by-step video         This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Campbell’s® . All opinions are 100% mine. Butter Chicken and all it’s versions are always received well. If you’ve been following my posts and my channel, you will know that I love making my Butter Chicken from scratch. … Continue reading Butter Chicken Mac & Cheese