When spiced to perfection, a mellow, saucy dhal is seen in Ayurveda as one of the most body-balancing, nurturing, and sustaining foods of all. It is highly digestible, gentle on the body, and can be eaten by young children and elderly people alike. In India, dhal is traditionally eaten with rice and chapatis as a light, energizing meal. Try making this delightful dhal for those you love.
This is one of those recipes that always impresses. The flavors are perfect together and I always feel like I have never made enough—especially when my son comes back for thirds!
If you have ever eaten Sweet and Spicy Silken fried tofu from a traditional street vendor in Asia you’ll appreciate this recipe, as it utilizes the same cooking techniques to bring you a wonderful rich flavor.
Quick and super easy, once you gain confidence making the sauce you will become a pro in no time—which is good because if your family is anything like mine, they will be asking for it often.
Roasting vegetables concentrates and enhances their natural flavors. Red bell peppers, tomatoes, and onions always taste much sweeter when roasted, while the flavor of mushrooms gets richer. Try varying the vegetables in this pie according to what's fresh and abundant. If you like to plan ahead, you can prepare the pie crust beforehand and refrigerate in a sealed container.
This is one of those recipes that has all the makings of your next comfort food. The roasted potatoes and pan-fried tofu are packed full of flavor. You can either make the BBQ sauce recipe below or purchase your own to pack each bite with a yummy zing.
Red, yellow, and orange peppers along with fresh tomatoes and spinach are combined to make a fresh, hearty Italian-style sauce for farfalle pasta, or a gluten-free choice if you prefer. This is a recipe the whole family will enjoy.
This is one of those recipes that is easy, healthy, and super gourmet. Your friends will thank you for feeding them such a healthy and delicious meal and you’ll have fun eating it without any guilt!
This dhal has a very simple texture and yet is intricately and authentically flavored with Indian spices. If you have never tried dhal before, this recipe will make it a memorable experience. Take the opportunity to experiment with the amount of chili flakes you add according to how spicy you like your food. With or without the extra spice, it is a delightful companion to basmati rice.