Basics of cooking. Unit 1: An introduction to heat.
This platter can be served up quickly and has enough diverse elements, tastes and textures to make for an interesting and involved meal.
This is great for an indulgent dinner for three or even breakfast, if you’re so inclined.
These eggs taste great – soft and crunchy and sharp at the same time. They can be topped on toast and deliver a punch of plant nutrition.
This amaranth grain based upma is a good substitute for wheat semolina / suji based upma.
This is a low carb snack that is low calorie, comforting, soothing, nutritious and aromatic.
This dish has a thick and delicious, if scarce gravy, plus plenty of vegetables that you can change per your preferences. Goes great with rotis or toasted bread.
Khichdis are a popular comfort food in India and a great way to get vegetables into our kids’ tummies.
We try to order whole fish whenever possible. The outcome is a bunch of different cuts for different uses and dishes.