Monday, November 15, 2010

A Stew, Dip and Wrap. My Lunch, Dinner and Lunch Again

I have not taken any silence keeping vows, and neither am I reading Nietzsche...but some amazing things are happening around us at the moment and I am just too excited and busy to blog on a schedule prior thought comfortable. I am leaving the details for I am enjoying same lentil (Masoor) in different forms. And who would say no to this coral delight- especially when spices bring it to new heights?

Blend your lunch to get your dinner!

Got leftovers? Next day fry it with some veggies, tofu- and off you go- the wrap is ready!

Friday, November 12, 2010

Layered Quesadilla- Quick and Easy

Thought of keeping it simple again, before an eventful weekend laden with food goodness. The flavour here, mainly from the roasted poblanos,marries so well with the spiced pinto beans, Monterey Jack cheese and freshly chopped tomatoes. A beautiful day like today deserved something quick and easy to please the palate- to leave space for more enjoyment outdoors! And so it was!

Monday, November 8, 2010

Corn Noodles Anyone? - And What a Glorious Stir-Fry!

I did not know they existed at all, but apparently corn has transmigrated into noodles as well. Look for them at your local oriental store, for these deep yellow, glossy fellows yield such a marvelous flavour and nutty taste- especially when paired with a vegetable stir- fry!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Pumpkin and Lentil Stew- Craving for Moor?

Since I ended up with quite a bit of buttermilk (made homemade ricotta for rasgulla, folks!), I thought an autumnal stew would be in order
. It reminded my husband of Moor Cozhambu and certainly he asked where the rice was....but I preferred it as a hearty, creamy soup instead  of gravy. Certainly, flavoured with a blend of Indian spices, it was to the liking of those who tried it- and the rest is all history...

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