Posted on Apr 16 2015 - 1:59pm by Whitney
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Let’s talk about pizza. Pizza is something I could eat all the time, and never get sick of it. Just the other day, DH and I were having a conversation about if we could eat pizza every day. I, of course, said absolutely. Pizza is awesome. And this is why I am bringing you this Chicken Tikka Pizza recipe. When I was in India, I ate pizza often. Pizza is ridiculously...

Easter has come and gone, and now you’re wondering what to do with your leftover lamb. How about using the leftover Easter lamb and make lamb shawarma? Ok, so it might not be the traditional way to have a shawarma, but it sure is delicious. And quick! Like super quick! I’m talking from start to finish in 15 minutes or less. All you need are a few ingredients...

Posted on Apr 2 2015 - 1:36am by Whitney
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Happy April everyone! It’s finally starting to feel like spring, yay! Today I have a very special post for y’all. I not only bring you this delicious coconut crab curry recipe, I am also very excited to announce my partnership with the Sustainable Seafood Blog Project. The Sustainable Seafood Blog Project is an awesome nonprofit started by Jessie, over...

Do you love Indian food? I do. Do you love Mexican food? I definitely do. I especially love Mexican street food from a good taco truck. I have been craving Mexican food lately, and I had the genius idea of combining two of my favorite cuisines. It’s happened before. I made Chicken Tikka Tacos; please excuse the potato quality pictures. The first year of my...

Spring is almost here! I don’t know about you, but I am ready for the cold weather to officially end. Luckily the winter hasn’t been too bad here, although we did have several weeks where it snowed. It seems as though the cold weather is retreating, but now it’s been raining nonstop. I’m over it already. I want sunshine and flowers.  Speaking...

Posted on Mar 5 2015 - 9:12am by Whitney
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Happy Holi! Today, I have posted the recipe for Gujiya. Gujiya are a traditional Holi sweet, stuffed with fruit and nuts. This recipe makes lots of gijuyas. So be prepared to share. What’s Holi? I’m glad you asked! Holi is an Indian festival of colors. Also known as the festival of Loooooove. Holi is celebrated to signify the end of winter, the beginning...

If you’re a fan of Indian food, then no doubt you are familiar with pakoras. Aloo pakoras. Onion pakoras. Mixed veg pakoras. There are so many kinds of pakoras, it’s unbelievable. And for good reason. Pakoras are delicious. They are a great appetizer or snack. Crispy or soft, spicy or mild. Pakoras are easy to make, and low maintenance. Eat them with...

Hello everyone =) I have a special post today, brought to you by Maya Kaimal Fine Indian Foods. Maya Kaimal graciously sent me four simmer sauces; two for me to try, and two to give away to one winner! You can enter for a chance to win at the bottom of this post. I am so excited about this post, because one, I love trying new products, and two, I absolutely love...

  Y’all, I have a delicious cake recipe for you today. Chocolate cake with a raspberry cream cheese frosting. Oh, I forgot. There’s a layer of chocolate ganache  and fresh raspberries in the middle, also! So. Yum. I made this cake for Valentine’s Day. I wanted to do something other than strawberries, and raspberries were the perfect replacement....

Don’t throw away that leftover dal! If you’re anything like us, then you have dal fairly regularly. If you’re anything like me, you eventually get sick of eating the same thing every single meal. Good news! You don’t have to let the leftover dal go to waste. Turn them into dal paranthas! Loaded with protein and packed full of flavor from...