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Chutney recipe


        How to Make Chutney for Dosa & Idli

Chutney is The quintessential side dish from Indian cuisine that gives a pleasant jolt to the taste buds and scores big with almost all types of snacks and meals.

The aromatic, tangy, savory, and sweet taste of any chutney enhances the flavors and turns even a boring or simple dish into a delicacy.

As long as you have few staples in your pantry like roasted chana dal(or Bengal gram),  peanuts, cumin, fresh coconut, tamarind, or red chillies, you can quickly put together a chutney by mix and matching these ingredients.

Chutneys have a distinct taste that can be used as a spread or a dip plus they also help to promote appetite and support digestion. 

Arancini recipe

 Arancini recipe

Originally from Sicily, arancini are irresistible balls of breaded and fried rice, stuffed with mozzarella and Bolognese sauce. They get their name from their color and their shape of a small orange. Thanks to the step-by-step instructions in this recipe, you will be able to cook them the Italian way and make your guests' taste buds travel during a festive meal. Andiamo!

Baba Ghanouj recipe

 Baba ghanouj, baba ghannoush or baba ghannouj

Baba ghanouj or baba ghanoush like hummus and falafel is a Middle Eastern dip that is quite simple and quick to prepare. There are different variations in different countries and cities.

 Basically, this dip is nothing more than a puree of eggplant {eggplant caviar} to which we add tahini (sesame puree), olive oil, lemon juice, and garlic. Sometimes the flavor is more pronounced as the eggplant will have a smoky taste if you choose to grill it, unlike oven-roasted eggplant which will have a milder taste.

Mint, parsley, paprika, cumin, chili powder, pomegranate seeds, and chopped pistachios or other nuts can be included in the garnish. 

Even the spelling of the dish varies: It is pronounced baba ghanouj, baba ghanoush, baba ghannouj, baba gannoujh or baba ghanoug.

It can be found throughout the Middle East, as well as in some Mediterranean countries such as Greece, but it is said that this dish originated in Lebanon.

Coleslaw recipe

Coleslaw recipe

 What coleslaw

 Coleslaw is a salad of carrots and cabbage, with mayonnaise and a vinegar mixture. Although this dish is originally American, the Irish regularly eat this salad as a side dish with fish, meat, a sandwich or hamburger...etc. Although it is not a very healthy dish, it has the merit to give us a good conscience by eating vegetables!

Quiche Recipes Easy Crustless

 Quiche recipe

The quiche lorraine is the best known, but we also love vegetarian quiches.

The quiche belongs to the register of the classic cuisine stemming from the family and regional tradition, at the time when the dough was used as a receptacle or cooking vessel.

Quiches are timeless. Classic Lorraine, vegetarian, fish, or other flavors ... the quiche is constantly renewed without ever losing its simplicity.