Tag Archive for Indian recipes

Spicy and tangy lamb/ mutton curry made with tender meat and green curry sauce. If you love lamb and you love Indian food, then this dish is your destiny. www.clovesandcaramel.com

Gongura Mutton – Sorrel Lamb Curry

The amazing diversity of Indian cuisine is an apt representation of the diversity of the country. Over the centuries, every region of India has developed its signature dishes. Whether it is the famous Hyderabadi biryani or the mumbai pav bhaji or bisibele bath from Karnataka, they have become the specialty of the place. Sorrel or roselle as it is known in english… Read more →

Mango Shrikhand is made with yogurt / curd and fresh mango pulp. Flavored with cardamom and topped with almonds and pistachios.- www.clovesandcaramel.com

Mango Shrikhand – Amrakhand – Mango Yogurt Pudding

If you were a kid growing up in India, chances are – you would have gorged on some of the best mangoes in the world. After living in the US for a few years, I can definitely say that I miss mangoes. I know it sounds funny, but trust me I do, and I am sure a lot of Indians in… Read more →

Mooli / Radish Paratha - A Popular Indian whole wheat flatbread with raw grated radish stuffing flavored with Indian spices. Served with curd or raita. www.clovesandcaramel.com

Mooli Paratha / Radish Flatbread

I love my pearl stud earrings and wear them everyday. They look so elegant simple and go with everything I wear. After I read the book  ” Julie and Julia : My year of cooking dangerously” I loved them even more. So, as it happens in life, I lost the pearl in my right earring. I got these specially made in Hyderabad, India.… Read more →

Traditional rice pudding with milk, sugar and aromatic spices. Garnished with nuts and pomegranate seeds. A delight to the eyes and your taste buds.

Rice Pudding / Kheer/ Payasam

Festivals in India are always accompanied by sweets. Lots of sweets. An amazing variety of colors and textures. Many of the recipes are specific to the region and people take pride in them. Cities are famous for specific sweets – Mysorepak from Mysore or Petha from Agra are quite well known. Another ubiquitous dessert is kheer or payasam. Generally a form of pudding made with… Read more →