Delicious Indian-spiced Cauliflower Soup

Though it’s not even October  and my friends were already expressing pumpkin spice fatigue yesterday. I have just the antidote: ginger, turmeric, cumin, coriander, fennel, some lime juice, and a

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Italian Fried Steak With Roasted Pepper Pesto

This recipe uses cube steak so you know that it’s going to be quick to fix,which is a good Italian great recipe . In a shallow dish combine crumbs and

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The Best Italian Wedding Cookies

When it comes to weddings, cakes are clearly the dessert of choice, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have other sweets too. Such occasions can be personalized in order to

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Indian Food : Mango Pomegranate & Tender Coconut Salsa

Salsas always go well with a platter of Chips, Tortillas and even with Papads khakras, which are a slightly healthier version when compared to chips. I prefer the Mango salsa

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9 Steps To Make Homemade Pasta

Although not toss a handful of dry pasta into the boiling pot is more complicated, you do not need fancy equipment or idle time hours, so that you can make

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Nut-free pesto

Make nut-free pesto that’s suitable for nut allergy sufferers so the whole family can enjoy it. It’s ready in minutes, made with lemon juice and breadcrumbs. This pesto is made

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The Instruction Of Mango Pudding

I have been thinking a lot about this mango pie I had at a friend’s sometime back. Inspired by those flavors I made this pudding after we got back from her school. Probably to win her back with a delicious after school snack? Or maybe just to repair by wounded heart! Whatever be the reason, this pudding definitely did the job. Two of her favorite things, mangoes and raspberries, thrown together and out came this very simple, easy and less than 5 ingredient delight. Thought this recipe might also be a great way to celebrate this new and improved face of Indian Simmer. Candy has worked really hard, for weeks if not months bringing it to shape. I am absolutely in love with it. Let me know how you like it. Ingredients: serves 6-8 Mango pulp- 2 cups Cream cheese (softened)- 1 cup Water- 1/2 cup Agar Agar (or gelatin)- 1 tablespoon 1 cup fresh berries Method: In a small saucepan bring water to a boil. Turn heat off. Add agar agar. Stir vigorously until it dissolves completely. Set aside to cool to a room temperature. In a big mixing bowl, using an electric mixer whisk the cream cheese on medium high speed, until light, 3-5 minutes. Add mango pulp and room temperature agar agar. Whisk until well incorporated. Pour into serving bowls. Put it in the refrigerator until chilled and set, at least 3-4 hours.  

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Indian Buffet you would like to try

Some people might frown upon us when we say this, but a buffet is great way of getting to know a cuisine. At least for someone who is new to

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Indian Butter chicken

Butter chicken was found in the 1950s at the Moti Mahal restaurant in Delhi. In its purest form, it is yogurt-and-spice-marinated chicken dressed in a velvety red bath comprising butter,

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Indian Food History

The earliest Indians, the Harappans, probably ate mainly wheat and rice and chickpeas and lentils, and occasionally cows, pigs, sheep, and goats, and chicken. Rice and chicken and citron fruit

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