If you haven't realized by now, I'm an Indian. I grew up in Texas, but my heritage is Asian Indian. I am from a place called Kerala, which is located in the southernmost tip of India. Kerala is known as "God's own country". Kerala is a tropical coastal region and all around you'll see lush… Continue reading Thenga.. Maanga..Chakka… "Kerala Masala"
I said I would post how I roasted vegetables in my previous post so here you go! Roasting vegetables is pretty easy and you can do it with many different vegetables. So far I've tried onions, zucchini, potatoes, carrots, bell peppers, asparagus, mushrooms, brussel sprouts, broccoli, eggplant, and sweet potatoes. This time I had some bell… Continue reading Roasted Vegetables
It's Eid holidays so I've had some free to time cook. I didn't make anything so elaborate, but I made salmon twice. Salmon is one of my favorite things to eat! I can eat it grilled, baked, fried, and curried. The great thing about salmon is that you can make an amazing meal by using… Continue reading Lemon Pepper Salmon
Pineapple Upside Down cake I've always loved to eat this cake, but never thought to try to make this cake because I was feeling intimidated by the cake. I tried to make this for Easter one day, and followed the recipe but somehow I mixed up the sugar and salt, but the cake looked… Continue reading Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Before I got sick, I made a few things that I wanted to share wit you. Caribbean food is amazing! The dishes are bursting in flavor, it's like having a party in your mouth every time you take a bite! And eating flavorful food is the only way food should be eaten. It can be… Continue reading Caribbean Goodness
The other day I bought some beef and made a simple stir-fry with it. I love eating stir-fry! The crunch of the vegetables, the taste of spicy and savory with the soft flavorful meat. Not many people look at stir-fry and think wow that's a beautiful work of art. Sadly or happily (whichever way you… Continue reading Beef Pepper Stir-Fry