Few foods do a better job of warming you to your core than a hearty lentil soup. Come fall, lentils are always on heavy rotation in my house – not only because they’re hearty and healthy, but they’re also affordable and easy to cook. In this lentil soup, I add toasty Indian spices […]
Summertime, at least here at Goodtaste with Tanji, translates to “ice cream time.” (That is a fact 🙂 For that, we’re kicking off this post with the ultimate poolside recipe — these Marbled Chocolate Ice Cream Bars from our friend at Mary Helen Leonard at Mary Makes Good in Austin.
Pondicheri’s Kerala Vegetable Stew is a simple vegetable dish you can whip up in about 30 minutes. Our friend Anita Jaisinghani is a culinary wizard in many areas, but her vegetable-focused meals are a treasure. Be sure to check out her brand new website, India 1948!
Try this take on Mexican elote — Sweet Corn Fritters with fresh tomato salsa and avocado. These beauties are from Madeleine Shaw’s “A Year of Beautiful Eating.”
Feast on this Fenugreek Fish from Pondicheri in Houston for a ‘transformative’ twist on dinner!
We love this Healing Golden Milk made with a nut milk of your choice, turmeric powder, and coconut oil. The nut milk has added fiber benefits, aiding in making you feel a bit fuller. Coconut oil is naturally antibacterial and some recent studies have found it may be beneficial in raising your HDL cholesterol, or the the so-called “good cholesterol.”
Our friends at The Path of Tea shared a recipe you’ll love that may give you sustained energy for weathering the chill! Dr. Lindley’s Energy Tea combines ginger, Puerh tea, and ghee to aid in digestion and boost the immune system. It’s easy to put together and tastes wonderful.
This Indian dish is a medley of veggies inspired by the street foods of Mumbai. Led by cauliflower to really spice things up in the kitchen. Namaste!
This might be the most delicious veggie chili you’ll ever consume! It’s especially great for the cold winter months — super rich and super spicy. Make this recipe on Sunday night to enjoy throughout the week or cut it in half to enjoy for one night.