Here is another one: Black-Eyed Peas in Roasted Tomato Sauce
Care for these Vadas? Savory Lentil Fritters/Doughnuts - http://www.ecurry.com/blog/starters-snacks/medu-vada-savory-lentil-fritters/
Indian Cuisine is brimming with vegetarian dishes, so delicious and easy to cook.
Edamame and Garlic Hummus! great as a spread or dip and served with chips, bread and crudites.
Homemade gifts are the best. Here is a Ricotta Chocolate Dried Fruit and Nut Fudge I made this year - perfect to box them and hand them over when we walk in for the party: http://www.ecurry.com/blog/desserts-sweets/ricotta-fudge-with-dried-fruits-nuts-and-chocolate/
I will be at a friend's potluck party for Thanksgiving. This is my contribution: Fall Ratatouille with Paneer and Harissa (http://www.ecurry.com/blog/sides-etc/fall-ratatouille-with-paneer-and-harissa/) - serve over any grains for a main meal or it is perfect as a side dish
Thanks much for the lovely round up. The Yogurt Mint Soup is mine (from eCurry ) :)
Dessert, Raita(Indian yogurt Salad), Cooking, Baking.
Here is a dessert:
Saffron Yogurt Mousse with Rose Petal Honey - http://www.ecurry.com/blog/desserts-sweets/saffron-yogurt-mousse-with-rose-petal-honey/
and a chilled soup perfect for summer: Chilled Yogurt Mint and Nut Soup: http://www.ecurry.com/blog/breakfast-and-brunch/chilled-yogurt-mint-and-nut-soup/
Blacberries! this year we are going bonkers over it, eating them mostly raw and some simmered gently with crepes. But I saved some of them to make Blackberry Ice Cream with Amaretto. Needless to say, they were an instant hit! http://www.ecurry.com/blog/desserts-sweets/blackberry-ice-cream-with-amaretto/
We also have plenty of zucchini flowers in our backyard and here is the gluten free blossom fritters we are indulging on almost every single day: http://www.ecurry.com/blog/starters-snacks/chickpea-and-poppy-seed-batter-fried-squash-blossom/
My mom is not here with us anymore and I miss her. But being a mom myself now, I made this Strawberry Chutney with my mom in mind -a twist to the chutney she used to make, made with the seasonal strawberries. I have brought back the bowl she used to keep her chutney in.
Another favorite way to have the classic fried is over Pasta - a sunny delicious quick meal:
This is our favorite way to have eggs over the weekend: Eggs in a skillet with sausages. mushrooms and potatoes
Or Egg Bhurji aka Indian Scrambled Eggs: http://www.ecurry.com/blog/breakfast-and-brunch/spicy-scrambled-egg-egg-bhurji/
I grew up in India and the afternoon tea time (with masala chai) in India is as elaborate as the English tea party with friends, families, food and chit chat. However we mostly serve savory snacks with chai (and also some cookies). Here is a quick "Indian Spiced Crash Potatoes" perfect to go with Masala Chai : http://www.ecurry.com/blog/indian/curries/dry/indian-spiced-crash-potatoes/
Blood Orange and Ginger Mousse: - http://www.ecurry.com/blog/desserts/blood-orange-ginger-mousse/
Loving the beauty of the blood oranges and the crimson is just perfect to share with the loved ones.
Thank you much for giving this a try! This is one of our comfort food too. Come January I am glad to leave behind and indulgence and fall back into the little comforts (and health) :D
Chocolate Barks! made so many and now making more.http://www.ecurry.com/blog/starters-snacks/dried-fruit-and-nut-chocolate-bark/
Thank you for including mine. That tart looks simply gorgeous!
I made a batch of Spiced Cranberry Apple Jam/Chutney.. with ginger, zest and other spices. It is so good! and great as a chutney, relish, jelly whatever way you want to see it.
It is blogged (http://www.ecurry.com/blog/breakfast-and-brunch/spiced-cranberry-apple-jamchutney/)
We were over at a friend's for a potluck. The Chicken Tikkas (http://www.ecurry.com/blog/starters-snacks/murgh-tikka-spiced-skewered-chicken/) I had made were a big hit! Nothing left and besides we had a non traditional kebab party instead of the Turkey.
Enjoying TG with an Indian themed meal plan:
Heading over to a friend's home for potluck. This is what I am making - Butter Chicken, Chicken Tikka and Shish Kabob (all recipes are there in my blog)
along with this Smoky Spicy Apple Cranberry Chutney - http://www.ecurry.com/blog/breakfast-and-brunch/spiced-cranberry-apple-jamchutney/
(uploaded in the Photograzing)
I miss miss miss the pink guava and the jujube. i have memories of actually climbing the guava tree and sitting on a branch, eating the fruits straight of the tree. The jujubes are so delicious, esp. the large green ones.
I have Herbed Beer Bread.. so good! an so easy to make
I had left a few links of recipes (from my blog and traditional ones) .. wonder why the comments are not approved sometimes :(
Made it last year and this year again!
Roasted hatch chili and corn rice:
Here are 2 of my favorites:
Barley & Pepper Salad:
and Quinoa with Apricot Asparagus and Almonds
This is from an old post, and posted photo in Photograzing back then. here is the link for Salmon Patties http://www.ecurry.com/blog/starters-snacks/salmon-patties/
They are really good as mini burgers or as appetizers by themselves.
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