Vegetarian Samosas have really gained rock star popularity over the past few years. I have been asked quite frequently by friends, clients and followers to teach them how to make samosas.
This salad is just bursting with different flavours, colours and textures. It is not only extremely nutritious bur also very satisfying.
Try this super simple, super tasty salad which makes a fabulous accompaniment to a patio dinner or to take on a picnic. It packs well and can be made ahead of time.
Veggie Pakoras is a very popular savoury Indian snack. Even though they are deep fried, pakoras have a lot of nutritional value due to the variety of fresh vegetables, spices and batter made with chick pea flour.
If you want to impress your guests with a “fancy gourmet” but super easy appetizer that uses only a few ingredients and is ready in 30 minutes, then this is the one!
VIDEO RECIPE | This is the easiest and yummiest salsa to make. However, the key is to make sure you have perfectly ripe avocados and mangoes, firm but not too ripe. A neat trick to ripening an avocado faster is to put it in a paper bag along with a ripe banana and leave it for a day or so.
There are many different types and variations of Indian flatbreads: roti or chapati; naan; prautha; as well as stuffed versions of each type.
Store bought dips can be tasty but they have a tendency to be high in calories and unhealthy fats. This dip is exceptionally fresh and tasty and loaded with nutritional value.
Spanakopita is to Greek food as samosas are to Indian food. I have always liked spanakopita but it wasn’t until our trip to Greece in 2013 that I totally fell in love with it.
This Mango Salsa recipe is such a fresh and flavourful salsa and a perfect accompaniment to go with spicy prawns.