This is a simple chocolate pudding recipe fit to be enjoyed as a dessert or just as a pick-me-up treat during a lazy day for which the silky chocolaty mouth feel seems perfectly paired.
Squash soups are a Fall staple, and while butternut usually gets all the glory, acorn squash works just as well, with tart Granny Smiths cutting through the sweetness.
You can use canned pumpkin puree in this recipe but you might need to increase the cooking timing to account for the extra moisture content.
Even without eggs, this Indian ice cream is super rich and creamy with pureed carrots providing an unexpectedly sweet base.
The color of this loaf comes from molasses which lends a deeper, more complex sweetness than sugar alone.
The super-concentrated tomato flavor of this preserve can be used to brighten sandwiches or turn plain rice into a delicious dinner.
These bite-sized sweets come together in mere minutes and require no baking.
No fancy ice-cream maker, no churning, no nothing is needed to make this super simple ice cream.
Summer tomatoes are supposed to be bursting with flavor. This pickle serves just right for the season.
This one is a no-brainer ‘cos there’s nothing to go wrong. Just cut, sprinkle, and bite.
Luscious sweet potatoes, velvety on the inside with blistering brown outsides and delicious garlic herb flavors. Sweet potato and thyme in perfect harmony.
This is less of a recipe and more of a combination of healthful ingredients.
Many people either hate Bitter Gourd or do not know how to cook it to be palatable. This recipe is a sure opinion changer.
Jal Jeera is a cooling summer drink from North India and usually a must in any decent Indian restaurant menu.
Rosemary being intensely aromatic perfectly accentuates this purple tuber united with the characteristic pungency of garlic.
This recipe will turn out great with the pinkish orange Delhi carrots. If you spot them in your market, you should bring them home.
This indian paratha flatbread is a wonderfully delicious side dish, to be enjoyed at any time.
With it’s green beans and carrot in a freshly ground south Indian coconut masala gravy, this recipe is a sure fire winner.
Ellu Unde is perhaps the most easily prepared sweet dishes. Two simple ingredients and less than 15 minutes is all it takes to put together these lovely black laddoos.
This gorgeous salad from Radhika Penagonda is just as delicious as it looks.
Radhika Penagonda with the South Indian staple Spice Mix for everyday cooking, Saaru Podi.
There are many more leafy greens to Indian cooking than the only ever popular Spinach made famous through Restaurant menus blistering with a single most common side dish – Palak Paneer.
Rhyming with Fava, Mawa is a milk derivative translated as solidified or concentrated milk though neither of them instantly paint the right picture of what it really is.