The spice tin contents: Mustard seeds, cumin seeds, cayenne pepper, curry powder, turmeric, salt, whole spices (cardamom, cloves, cinnamon sticks) These are the basic requirements for Indian cooking.
I love Paneer (Indian cheese). It's a great source of protein and makes a change from the usual beef or chicken kebabs. The recipe below is one of my favorites, it's one my mother passed my way. As always, I made some minor changes to make it easier for the home. I love to serve it [...]
Makes 8 Roti Wraps Summer is a time for light meals. I usually find that the heat always reduces my appetite. This recipe is a simple twenty minute process so we can enjoy the long summer evenings. Personally I enjoy this with some shredded cheese and hot garlic chili sauce. Ingredients 1/2 cup olive oil [...]
Popular in India, the tiered metal containers can pack curry takeout or a big picnic By Tara Lee (published May 20, 2010) Naresh Shukla is the king of the tiffin in Vancouver’s vibrant Punjabi Market. Shukla, president of Mother India (6632 Main Street), a wholesale, distribution, and retail company, smiles broadly at the [...]
Aloo Tikki: mashed potato patties Bhaji: vegetables such as eggplant, potato, okra or peas that are steamed then mashed and sauteed in ghee Bhelpuri: a dry mix of potatoes, chickpeas, nuts and tamarind chutney eaten with a puri Chaat: snack food Chapatti: also called roti, unleavened bread cooked on a tawa Chole: spiced chickpeas Dhahi: [...]
Styles of eating differ between Hindus and Muslims. Hindus usually take their meals individually, a feature that may have developed as a result of rules regulating eating practices across castes. The Muslim stress on brotherhood spilled into custom as communal eating is the norm. A dastur khan, a form of tablecloth, is spread on the [...]
A traditional Indian method of storing and serving food is finding new currency as an eco-friendly alternative in Vancouver. By Vancouver Courier, originally published March 25, 2009 A traditional Indian method of storing and serving food is finding new currency as an eco-friendly alternative in Vancouver. Chindi Varadarajulu has sold 300 tiffin boxes from her [...]
The Asian Pacific Post Originally published Wed, February 18 2009 On the heads and bicycle racks of an army of delivery men, more than 200,000 shiny tiffin boxes course like quicksilver through the grotty streets of Mumbai each day. Like clockwork, these stackable metal pots arrive at the desks of the city’s hungry office workers [...]