This homemade Japanese sesame seed dressing is so creamy and yet so light. It’s better than store-bought and will elevate your simple salad into something special.
Sweet, sour, tangy, salty, exotic, and delicious. These are how I describe the 3 savory uses for mangoes in my recipes. Check them out and enjoy them with a variety of dishes.
My mango salsa is so easy to make, yet is so refreshing and delicious. It’s a perfect treat for a summer day. Enjoy it as a snack, a condiment in your tacos and wraps.
Mango chutney, slightly tangy, slightly sweet, and spiced to perfection. Enjoy it as an accompaniment, for marinades, or even as a dip. Try it on toast as a snack and you will love it.
This mango and coriander chutney is so refreshing and easy to make. It gets its exotic tropical flavours from mango and lime and is an amazing accompaniment to various Indian snacks and meals
This Indian beet probiotic drink is naturally fermented to get a unique sour flavour that is actually healthy for the gut. It’s a traditional north Indian drink made with beets and purple carrots.
This simple heirloom tomato and mozzarella salad is so easy to make but yet so full of flavour. It’s topped with my sun dried tomato and olive oil dressing that makes it perfect for any dinner.
My perfect cup of chai is made with loose leaf tea leaves and aromatic spices such as cardamom, cinnamon, and cloves. The addition of whole milk gives it that perfect taste.
Home made butter is made with one simple ingredient – whipping cream! Flavors can be added to suit one’s likes and desires. I have made 5 of my favorite recipes here.
My slightly sweet, slightly spicy, and slightly sour onion poppyseed vinaigrette is the perfect concoction for many salads. It’s better than store-bought and good for vegans.