Idli

  Idli is not originally an Indian dish, but an import to India — I’m full of trivia. 🙂 When I was at CII idli was not on the menu, so to speak. A fermented mixture of beans and rice, steamed, then served with chutney or sambar, idli is a home cooked dish which you can sometime find out. Idli batter follows the same steps as dosa, but idli is steamed rather than cooked on a hot griddle. There is what’s called an idli steamer you can purchase to make the standard… Read More

Daikon and tofu steaks with sautéed mushrooms and leek

Simple and easy to make the whole meal has fewer than 400 calories and can be made fat-free. This post will link to the recipes tomorrow, sorry M. R. 😉 For Daikon steak, click here. For Tofu steak, click here.

Play with your food! Spinach curry as strudel

You’ll soon see that I’m in strudel mode. But why not blend food traditions and put Palak Paneer (Spinach Curry with Paneer) inside strudel dough? I made five different curried versions, variations on colors and flavors. They are really delicious. (Can anyone tell me why my iPhone 5S takes better photos than my Nikon S9300?)