In India, we have year-round availability of juicy, fresh, ruby red pomegranates 😀 We grow pomegranates for most of the world, and export it to several countries. I grew up in Bangalore, where we got the choicest and most delicious varieties of this fruit all through the year. Ripe pomegranate, when peeled will reveal either pale … Continue reading Fresh Pomegranate Salsa With An Indian Twist & A Brand New Header !
Hello !! After a short break due to moving cities, I've finally found some time to start blogging again 🙂 Sri Rama Navami is a popular Hindu festival - the birthday of Sri Rama, one of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. This day is considered auspicious and celebrated across hindu homes in India. Typically, … Continue reading Festival Recipes – Sri Rama Navami Naivedhyam – Panagam, Kosumari and Neer Mor
Fresh, crisp and sweet kernels of sweetcorn need little to no accompaniment. At our home they are enjoyed as is happily. The most popular way to enjoy sweetcorn here is to slather butter over piping hot sweetcorn, add some salt for taste and devour 🙂 You can see such stalls in malls and the roadside, … Continue reading Sweetcorn Chaat / Salad
Raita is an Indian yoghurt-based condiment commonly used as a side-dish to pair up with spicy rice dishes like biriyani and pulao. It is also served as a side to round off a meal of roti / chapati with a vegetable curry (like I did). Yoghurt is very versatile and can be paired with a … Continue reading Pomegranate Raita