Ever since I started making my own Homemade Kimchi, this has quickly become one of my favorite things to make for myself at lunch. I often have leftover quinoa sitting
Quinoa (Pronounced – Keen-wah) has made quite a statement over the last 8-10 years. Before that most people (other than the Mayans who used to trade quinoa like gold) were
I don’t know about you, but I LOVE Mexican food. Me and my husband joke that I was probably Mexican in my previous life because I can eat Mexican food
If you are not familiar with Indian food, okra may be something you only associate with American Southern food. In fact, okra is a very common ingredient in Indian cooking.
Sometimes there are days when you want to make something super flavorful and delicious, but the idea of whipping out the cutting board and knife seems daunting. I know those
Now for those of you who have been following my blog, this recipe may seem semi-familiar, and to be honest it kind of is. This is a variation of my Spaghetti
Lentils otherwise known as “dal” by much of India, is such a staple part of the Indian diet. Like I mentioned in my last post, a standard vegetarian Indian meal
Hello world! As this is my debut post I just wanted to introduce myself for a moment. My name is Anisha and there are 2 things I truly love
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