Yogurt is integral to Indian cuisine and is often consumed in some form with every Indian meal–whether it’s in a drink like Lassi, in a curry itself or just eaten plain on the side.
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Posted in Dips, Chutneys, Sauces & Condiments, tagged chutney, cilantro, green, Irish, lucky, mint, PostAWeek2012, raita, recipe, St. Paddy's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Tennessee Williams, U2, yogurt on March 17, 2012 | 9 Comments »
When we talk about St. Patrick’s Day flavours, the most obvious one is mint, which is so often paired with chocolate in desserts–a quite divine combination if I could say so!
Mint is also a tremendous flavour with a little chili heat too. Add some green to your lucky ‘savoury’ St. Paddy’s Day table with this fresh, savoury cilantro mint chutney. You can pair it with any Indian savoury snacks really and layer on some great flavour and heat!
Posted in Appetizers, Soups & Snacks, Entertaining, Gluten-Free, Holidays, Indian-Inspired, Recipes, Vegetarian, tagged appetizer, Arvinda's, chick pea, Cooking Class, curry masala, curry powder, dip, Entertaining, healthy, holiday, hummus, Indian, recipe, snack, Vegetarian, yogurt on November 24, 2009 | 1 Comment »
At this time of year we’re in full swing festive mode. It’s getting busy and with all the holiday soirees and get togethers, we let down our guards and embrace the festivities with good food, sharing and of course a few extra indulgences. I myself have already started!
When I’m planning to attend a dinner party or event where there will be a plethora of delicious treats, I prefer to keep my preceding snacks and meals moderate and healthy so I can enjoy new foods and tastes at the party. This is what the holidays are all about, isn’t it!?