Thursday, 25 April 2013

Pomegranate, Onion and Cucumber Raita Recipe (Dahrum, Kanda ane Kakdinu Raitu)

Good day Gujarati Food Made Easy lovers!

This week's recipe is Pomegranate, Onion and Cucumber Raita otherwise known as dahrum, kanda and kakdi nu raitu/raita. Dahrum means pomegranate, kanda means onions and kakdi means cucumber.

Here is the end result:
Serves 2 to 4 people (depending on how hungry you are!)

With summer firmly in the air (have I spoken too soon?), I decided something refreshing must have it's place on the menu. :) Thinking back to our childhood in Zambia, I remember the plethora of fruit trees that my grandfather had planted and nurtured for over fifty years; amongst them was a pomegranate tree. Seeing as they were only in season for a little while,

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Friday, 12 April 2013

Stir-fried Cabbage (Cobis/Cabbage nu Shaak or Kobi Sabje/Subze)

Good evening Gujarati Food Made Easy lovers!

This week's recipe is Stir-fried Cabbage otherwise known as Cobis nu Shaak.

Being a Friday evening, I wanted something quick and easy to eat before I went out to meet friends and started my weekend!

So this is what I made:
(Serves 2)

Sunday, 7 April 2013

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Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Aubergine/Eggplant and Peas Curry (Baingan Muttar nu Shaak)

Hello Gujarati Food Lovers!

This week's recipe is Aubergine/Eggplant and Peas/Petits Pois Curry.

Here is a picture of the dish all ready and served on a bed of rice:
(serves 2)

I trust you all had a super Easter Holiday weekend, I certainly did! Lunch and coffee with friends followed by a spot of shopping on Saturday, then on Sunday, a relaxed day at home as well as a pot of coffee shared with friends, good conversation, laughter and giggles at their place!

The mini holiday over, it's time to get back to more serious issues on the agenda: Quality food! :)