Bhatura – How to make Bhatura

Popular puffed Indian deep fried bread, bhatura is best enjoyed with chole (spiced chickpea curry). Chole Bhature is one of North India’s most popular dish!

People often ask me what is your favorite dish? That’s pretty tough to answer, isn’t it? As a foodie, I like so many things from different cuisines so its hard to pick a favorite. But if you ask the same question to Sarvesh, he will have a definite answer – Chole Bhature. For those who don’t know chole is chickpea curry where chickpeas are cooked with lots of spices, onion and tomatoes and bhatura is the puffed deep fried bread....

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Instant Pot Ethiopian Lentil Stew

Ethiopian Lentil Stew made easy in the Instant Pot! This spicy red lentil stew is full of flavors and the addition of spinach makes it more nutritious! Vegan & gluten-free.

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My first opinion of Ethiopian food was not very good. I think it had to do with the...

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Homemade Strawberry Syrup

Homemade Strawberry Syrup made from fresh strawberries! This is my favorite syrup to use on pancakes, waffles, french toast & more!

I am eating so such seasonal stuff in India these days especially things that I don’t really get in the US. For example gajar halwa (carrot pudding) made of red carrots! You do get carrots in the US of course but any north Indian would vouch for the fact that the halwa made from red carrots that you get during winters in Delhi is just no match for the halwa made from orange carrots. It is for this reason that I have stopped making gajar halwa in Seattle. I just can’t bring...

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