Tiranga Dhokla

View my step-by-step video                   This recipe post really tugs at my patriotic heart strings. As much as I love my new adopted country Canada, I love my roots, my culture and my home India. Back home, Independence Day usually involved a flag hoisting and a celebration. … Continue reading Tiranga Dhokla

Mexican Street Corn – Elotes

View my step-by-step video     I’ve been to Mexico several times, granted most times in the walled comfort of an all inclusive. With every visit, we made a point to visit the sights and eat the local food as well, after all you don’t really know a country until you’ve tasted it’s local cusine. … Continue reading Mexican Street Corn – Elotes

Sabudhana Khichdi

View my step-by-step video       Tapioca pearls are enjoyed in so many recipes both savory and sweet. My two favorite ways to eat this is Sabudhana Vada and as a stir fry simply called a Khichdi. This is made in parts of India and served as breakfast or as a snack. The pearls … Continue reading Sabudhana Khichdi

Vegetable Manchurian

View my step-by-step video           Manchurian recipes are popular all over India and the world for good reason. I’ve made a Chicken, Cauliflower and a Mushroom version and today I’m going to make the very popular Vegetable Manchurian! Cabbage and other veggies are formed into small balls and deep fried before … Continue reading Vegetable Manchurian

Spinach Chana Dhal – Dhal Palak

View my step-by-step video Chana dhal is high in fiber and is low in cholesterol and really good for you. There are lots of other health benefits, just google it and be amazed. It’s a great eaten with rice or roti, perfect paired with meat, fish, chicken or other veggies. It’s also deeeelicious! This dhal … Continue reading Spinach Chana Dhal – Dhal Palak

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 ¼ … Continue reading Mushroom Manchurian

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

Kala Chana – Black Garbanzo Beans

View my step-by-step video       I’ve had this recipe for years in my archives. It’s my go to whenever I’m planning veggie options at a dinner party. And often I’ll just crave it and make it for no reason at all. Kala Chana, simply translated to Black Garbanzo beans or gram, is the … Continue reading Kala Chana – Black Garbanzo Beans

Samosa Pinwheels

View my step-by-step video           These Samosa pinwheels have well, reinvented the wheel. Same great Samosa taste in a different format perfect to make ahead and great to serve at your holiday soiree, game night or as a snack. The holiday season is upon us and I’m looking for great freeze … Continue reading Samosa Pinwheels