Spicy Pepper Chicken Stir Fry is a hot and spicy, ridiculously easy, delicious aromatic South Indian dish.Best paired with chapati’s/roti’s or with steamed rice and dhal.Made with just a handful of basic ingredients, this dish is perfect for a rainy days and during cold winter as it packs a punch.
Sambar Rice/Sadham is a protein packed, delicious, nutrient rich, healthy dish popular in South India. This favorite comfort dish is made with rice, lentils, mixed vegetables, spices and herbs.
Baked Cucumber Cake aka Thekkare Adde is a traditional pudding with a cake like crusted top made with cucumbers, rice, coconut and jaggery.It is an authentic dish of Mangalore, a coastal city in South India. An eggless, gluten, soy and dairy free healthy dish, mildly flavored with cardamom and garnished with cashew nuts, this dish carries the essence of the land.
Coriander Rice/Pulao is a flavorful and spicy rice dish with a sweet and floral aroma.It is vegan and is a gluten free dish.This healthy, nutritious dish is a favorite among the many South Indian variety rice dishes. It is made with Basmati rice and flavored with fresh coriander/cilantro leaves and spices.
Jeera rice or Zeera rice is a popular Indian and Pakistani dish consisting of rice and cumin seeds.It is vegan and gluten free.”Zeera” is the Hindustani word for cumin seeds, often pronounced Jeera.
In my post today, “The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Indian Spices” I am going to help you understand all about Indian Spices. Spices are what brings our food to life. My guess is that if you are reading this post, there is a good chance that you are interested in Indian cuisine. I will take a big leap of faith and assume you enjoy it too.