More asparagus. I am still having them quite frequently, though they seem to be getting a bit thicker and not so much in abundance in the stores. I have a feeling that the frenzy for this year might just be over.
The sweet, smooth butternut squash melds with the silky coconut milk spiked with harissa. Sometimes opposites work really well and this was one of those times. It is kind of hard to describe fusion of flavors…and a lingering of a sweet and spicy after taste that you would want to hold on to.
This is one of our family favorites. I started making this not very long ago. While the flavors are not new to me, but the way they come together in this recipe was a wonderful surprise to the palette.
Here is a light Indian twist to the Brussels sprouts. These were cooked until tender crisp and flavored with the Indian Mint and Coriander Chutney.
Of all the ways I have had the Brussels sprouts so for, this is my favorite for now. Spicy, tangy amalgamates with a refreshing splash of flavor.
The sweet aroma of fennel elevated this effortless and ordinary tomato based curry to something quite ornate. You would be surprised how simple this recipe is, with no use of the usual onion, garlic or cream to make it rich. But it is sumptuous with ample texture imparted by the tomatoes and [...]