One (Christian) Kerala Easter tradition is to make Vattayappam on Holy Thursday. Vattayappam is a fermented coconut and rice batter spiced with cumin and cardamom then topped with ghee-roasted cashews and raisins.
There’s nothing like an herby brown butter sauce on a perfectly seared flank steak to make your day better. Serve this as an appetizer to impress your loved ones!
That’s right, I decided to put a vegan spin on a Nashville staple: hot chicken. Hopefully the locals don’t yell, “blasphemy!” at me.
I visited Miami and discovered a simple, yet amazingly delicious recipe called platanos calados. I just HAD to put a spin on it. Hope you like it!
This is one of those recipes that looks impressive when you make it, but behind the scenes, it’s incredibly easy to make.
One of my all-time, favorite South Indian snacks is ethakka appam. It’s the perfect tea-time snack.
This is, by far, one of my favorite marinades to make. It’s sweet, it’s spicy, and finger-licking delicious.