Mint rasam is entirely different from the normal rasam and is prepared using mint leaves which enhances the flavor of rasam.It goes well with rice and also can be served as a spicy soup or appetizer.This recipe is adapted from Chandra Padmanabhan’s cook book
Continue Reading at iCookiPost2014-01-30.
I tried a little bit harder with this dip. You had great suggestions for sprucing up my Mexican Black Bean Dip. It was all about the garnishes: salsa, chopped tomatoes, cilantro, and tortillas were all great ideas. (Read more...)
Continue Reading at the taste space 2014-01-25.
Yesterday was Martin Luther Kind Jr. Day. A new-to-us statutory holiday, we celebrated by attending America’s third largest parade. Third behind the Rose Parade and The Macy’s Day Parade. Yes, Houston’s Martin Luther King Jr Parade highlighted marching bands, parade floats, antique cars (and horses! (Read more...)
Continue Reading at the taste space - steam, bake, boil, shake!2014-01-21.
Many of you know by now how much I do not like baking anything from scratch. My baking only involves pre-made doughs and usually non-sweet stuff. Pizzas, savory tarts and pies, breakfast biscuits, croissants, vegetable puffs and the sort. Occasionally, I make cookies and brownies too, for the kids - you know, the Betty...
Continue Reading at Mysoorean2014-01-15.
I have been very fortunate to grow up in an environment where brains were valued over beauty. None of my friends were ever on diets. If I made New Year’s Resolutions (I doubt I did; my last decade has been more of a daily self-evaluation), they were short-lived vow to be nicer to my...
Continue Reading at the taste space - steam, bake, boil, shake!2014-01-11.
This is one of those addictive, no-one-can-eat-just-one kind of dish. Seppankilangu Masala Varuval (Taro Masala Fry) is a spicy shallow fried version of the arbi/taro root and is a tasty side dish for dhal rice or curd rice.
Continue Reading at Krithi's Kitchen2014-01-06.
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