What’s There Not to Love About Beets? #SpicyChat Vegetarian Beet Soup!

Did I mention I adore Beets. Aside from their nutritional advantage (high in folic acid, phytonutrients, potassium, & are “cardiovascular health” friendly root vegetables), I relish them for their earthy sweetness. Though I can eat them by themselves, I enjoy them especially when roasted, their earthy sweetness like truffles is intoxicating to me. In addition …

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#Spicychat Shammi Kebabs: Little Pillows of Delight!

Kebabs are typically eaten out at restaurants in Delhi, India. Most Mughlai restaurants have their own special signature take on succulent and tender delights of meaty goodness. Since they are most often roasted or grilled, it’s hard to re-create the ‘melting in your mouth’ goodness feel at home.  Shammi Kebabs on the other hand are …

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Chicken with Sweet & Spicy Orange Sauce: What’s There Not to Love?

Here is a perfect illustration of how sweet and savory flavors come together to create a fabulous #spicychat drool worthy dish. One doesn’t necessarily require  heat (chilies) to create layers of flavor. Considering that you have a satisfying meal on the dinner table in under 30 minutes, you have a weeknight winner! This recipe is …

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Reliving Childhood Traditions While Creating New Memories: Savory Upma (Semolina) Dish!

Brunch has always been my favorite meal of the week. The hustle and bustle of the week, work demands, and school work are few reasons why I feel the need to indulge and enjoy a luxurious meal, leisurely surrounded with my loved ones (family and friends). I have always looked forward to Saturday’s since I …

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#SpicyChat Tugs at Your Heart with a Childhood Fav. Street Food: Aloo Tikki Chaat via @thespiceclub

Indian cuisine consists of a diverse mixture of flavors and tastes that reflects a variety of cultures, racial structures, geography and climate. India never ceases to amaze me. There are 28 states and 7 union territories and each state is completely different in its own right with an array of dishes exclusive to them; even …

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