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Kerala: Snacks, More Snacks And Then Recipes

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

Just like with hot dogs or burgers, Kerala snacks are a must have when you are taking a leisurely stroll down the streets of India. The snacks come in different shapes, sizes, colors, patterns and are made up of different combinations of ingredients and this is just perfect because you get so much in a single bite for little cost.

Sona Masoori Rice:The Perfect Side

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in food

Commonly referred to as sonamasuri rice, sona masoori rice is an Indian rice that is very popular in India and in other parts of the globe. This rice is a medium-grain rice that is a hybrid of two rice species – sona and masoori. Both of these species of rice are popular in India, but the hybrid sona masoori combines each variety’s best features. 

Create a Healthy Meal With Beetroot Pachadi

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

Beetroot Pachadi is a type of pachadi that incorporates the health of the root of the beet. Beetroots have been eaten for their health benefits and sweet taste for many years. My Indian neighbor shared a recipe that is ideal for the curry lover as well as those who want to enjoy a beautifully-colored vegetarian side dish. 

Kasoori Methi: A Complete Guide To Fenugreek

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

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While all types of curries are delicious, there will always be a special place in my heart for authentic Indian dishes made with real spices. There’s something about toasted cardamom, chiles, and ginger that goes really, really well with the other ingredients you find in curry. My favorite recipes use carefully crafted spice blends with just the right kind of garam masala to get the perfect flavor. In other words, there’s no substitute for real kasoori methi.

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