We have two waffle makers, a regular and a Belgian, but guess how many times we’ve used one? Twice, once each!
So it is time to start upping our waffle consumption. This recipe for sour cream waffles comes from 101 Cookbooks and is quite delicious, a bit crisp on the outside, soft on the inside. I added some yummy browned butter strawberry and banana topping and a dollop of sour cream instead of syrup.
So here is something that is so me. I’ll see an interesting ingredient in a recipe, jot it down without reference the recipe, pick it up, and then have no clue where to use it. I need to make some … Continue reading →
I don’t think I’ve enjoyed carrots this much in a long time! There is just something about the toasty mustard seeds, tangy lemon juice and sweetness that really appealed to me. I found this recipe for stir fried carrots (gajar … Continue reading →
This Gujarati batata nu shaak is a wonderful potato subji (vegetable dish) that is tangy and sweet and full of spices. It goes well with pooris, Indian unleavened fried bread and the combination is often called poori bhaji. It is onion … Continue reading →
I’ve had this recipe for crack cake on my Pinterest desserts inspiration board for forever. I finally made it for Tejas’s birthday last year and it was delicious! The recipe was from it’s the Little Things. First you bake the … Continue reading →
One of my favorite breakfast items when I first visited India was cabbage sambharo with gathiya (chick pea flour chips). Cabbage sambharo is super easy to make. You just temper mustard seeds, green chilis and saute the cabbage for a … Continue reading →
I love split pea soup. I feel like I always have, but I really am not sure. Most kids don’t like peas, but I was always a big foodie! This vegetarian split pea soup gets it smokiness from liquid smoke … Continue reading →
My first new recipe since I’ve become a mom! Red bell pepper curry! For a while I thought I might never blog again, but I think I will, just maybe not as often. I also have a bunch of older … Continue reading →
I don’t know when I became such a grilled cheese fan. I still have a few more recipes to try even! I think I found a list at some point while perusing online and now all we seem to eat is … Continue reading →
Panuchos and salbutes were our favorite meal when we went to Merida, Mexico over the summer. Fried corn tortillas topped with eggs and pickled onions, and sometimes black beans and/or avocados. Then you drizzle on this super spicy green salsa. Oh … Continue reading →