Delicious Sugarless Christmas Fruit Cake. Absolutely divine.
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അങ്ങനെ കഴിഞ്ഞ വെള്ളിയാഴ്ച കഞ്ഞിയുണ്ടാക്കി! This is what happened when I ran out of vegetables last Friday!! Rice porridge with coconut chutney, pappadam, brown beans, and pickle! That was a killer dinner. Need to make that more often!
Feeling satisfied. Completed making my cashew macaroons to give away.
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Traditional Filter Coffee or Kaapi 👌🏽 served in classic brass dabara’s, it’s a great pick me up during this busy season. Our coffee is sourced from Tamil Nadu and roasted in Melbourne by Riverdale Coffee ❤️👌🏽 #musttry#kaapi#pickmeup
Barnyard millets with Kerala style kadala curry. Amma made the curry for us with aapams, on our last visit, and I still think of hers every once in awhile and feel my taste buds stir with longing. Mine is more austere; amma's had the fresh milk of an entire coconut. I did borrow one of her tricks though: cooking the chickpeas till they split open and start spilling out their insides. I also pressure cooked the onions along with the chickpeas like she did, so they disintegrate and form part of the sauce, rather like in a French onion soup. Barnyard millet, because I haven't the energy to make aapams first thing in the morning.
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#HOMECOOKING : chicken and paneer tikka masala and jasmine rice. I first had Indian food when I was in college and I’ve been hooked since. Tikka masala has since become one of my favorite comfort foods to make (and eat!) what’s one of your favorite comfort foods?
Long warm nights, beautiful sunsets, backyard #bbq mangoes and berries, white flowy linen dresses, icypoles and the sound of crickets chirping. Summers are always a memorable season and we love this time of year best! #tbt to this #greenapple and pomegranate salad to which we added a dash of our chaat masala spice blend for that extra zing and to complement the tartness of the apples! Tell us in the comments below, what is your favourite summer dish to prepare? #vegansalad#summereating#freshfood#spices
When time is less try this yummy recipe.
. * you can keep this for 2-3days (don't add onion ). Best during #travel time .
Thin Flattened rice
Urdu dal, Chanafal, Green chilli, Mustard Seeds, Curryleaves, Salt, Sugar, Raw chopped onion, coconut oil ,Corinder leaf
My earliest memory of Vada Pav is, Baba my grandfather and I on our way back after visiting the temple on Saturdays sneaking one Vada Pav each- before heading back home. He would buy it for us wrapped in a newspaper and we would sit on a park bench and I would finish it in under a minute in about four bites and and baba would take his time with his share.
Another one is when Aai - my mum, would make it, plentiful of Vada's for dinner. The idea was always to eat homemade (of course more delicious), eat as many as you want! 😉
This one is mum's recipe!!
Vada Pav on the streets of Bombay (now Mumbai) could be an equivalent to Gyros or Pizza Slice here in New York. Vegetarian of course!
For me, food is always associated with memories!
Surprise review for Casbah Food Court Japanese Curry Rice. I wasn't expecting anything from a theme park to taste overly good so the photo taken here was meant for my food diary which doesn't look very photogenic... However this meal surprised me and is definitely the best food I've had in a theme park so far (granted I didn't visit too many theme parks...). The shrimp curry was interestingly flavourful, imagine a typical non spicy Japanese curry but instead of just savoury it also has a mild sweetness to it, very addictive with white rice! Shrimps were also relatively plump and juicy (4/5⭐). Beef curry isn't all that fantastic as it was a tad on the salty side but the beef was a shocking delight, cooked very tender and disintegrates in your mouth easily (You could eat this beef without teeth). Flavour of the beef cube was also really umami as it was probably stewed in the curry, absorbing all that delicious flavour (3.5/5⭐). Naan isnt like those we have in Malaysia whereby the texture is more fluffy, leaning towards a bread but significantly chewier, I loved it! The chewy doughy fluffy Naan was awesome with the shrimp curry or even the beef curry as it carries no flavour on its own, just natural dough aroma and sweetness (4/5⭐). Chicken tandoori was also surprisingly tender for a breast and tastes just like our Tandoori in Malaysia (4/5⭐). I must say that this curry rice has surpassed my expectations in every way for a theme park meal and I give it 4/5⭐. If you are at Disneysea Tokyo I would recommend this! #wlfoodtravel#foodtravel#foodgasm#foodporn#wlnobullshitreview#foodreview#wlrecommended#indianfood#casbahfoodcourt#curry#shrimpcurry#beefcurry#tandoorichicken#tandoori#curryrice#japanesecurry#naan #🍛 #delicious#salivating#tasty#umami#disneysea#disneyseatokyo#disneyresort#tokyo#东京#japan #🇯🇵