Tag: Cooking tour in India

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A South Indian Spiritual and Culinary Adventure
A South Indian Spiritual and Culinary Adventure

10 days of Sumptuous Meals for the Soul and Body For millennia India has drawn countless travelers in search of spices and spirituality. Our journey takes you on an in depth exploration of the rich traditions of South Indian cooking and to some of the most sacred temples in India as we learn abou...

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Chickpea and Mushroom curry
Chickpea and Mushroom curry

This is another simple recipe and it goes well with the chapatis that was featured a few days ago. You start off with a little bit of oil in your wok or pan. Fry a pinch of mustard and fenugreek seeds till the mustard seeds starts to pop. Then add some garlic and fry this…

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Cauliflower Kuzhambu
Cauliflower Kuzhambu

Today’s recipe is Cauliflower Kuzhambu. This dish really shows off a number of South Indian flavors and cooking techniques.  Making it in a strictly traditional way can be a little complex and might seem overwhelming at first glance.  I’ve noted a few shortcuts that can cut the preparation ...

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Buttered Capsicum
Buttered Capsicum

Well, ok, this is technically not 100% Indian but it’s got some spices in it so I’d like to say it’s a hybrid dish. It’s another simple dish but a delicious one nonetheless. So, start by slicing your capsicums up. I usually slice them up into inch square or slightly larger...

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How to make chapatis
How to make chapatis

Chapatis or rotis are simple, delicious Indian flat breads that are made from whole wheat flour that goes perfectly with many curries. Its really simple and easy to make so you should definitely give it a go. Ok, what do we need? Here’s the list of ingredients: 2 cups of whole wheat flour A...

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Dal with Mushrooms and Peppers
Dal with Mushrooms and Peppers

Dal or dried lentils is one of the staple foods throughout India, and there are innumerable variations, using different dals and different supporting ingredients. There are at least 10 major kinds of dal, available, whole or split. We use them very little in the west – chickpeas being one o...

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Stuffed Baby Eggplants
Stuffed Baby Eggplants

This recipe uses baby eggplants stuffed with a mixture that includes nuts, coconut, onions and spices. This unusual preparation adds a lot of visual interest to an Indian meal. Sometimes, Indian food can have a sameness from too many vegetables in sauces. While this is an important part of the In...

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Swiss Chard and Coconut Recipe
Swiss Chard and Coconut Recipe

I enjoy making this dish because it is simple, quick, delicious and very nutritious. Swiss Chard is, in fact, considered to be one of the healthiest vegetables available and a valuable addition to a healthy diet. Ingredients Swiss Chard (bunch) Freshly grated coconut (or frozen grated coconut) Mu...

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