Here is a samosa and cilantro chutney recipe. This should make about 8-11 samosas, though you might want to double the chutney recipe if you’re an avid dipper. Indians don’t really use too many exact measurements; so when I say things like “add water one cup at a time,” just use your best judgment based Read Post
What better way to learn about a culture than through its food? Discover tasty recipes from cooking classes we took during our travels, attempts at recreating street food or national cuisines, and successful dishes that sprung from inspirational ingredients.
As promised, I’m rolling out the recipes I learned in an Indian cooking class in Udaipur. Below is the recipe for Pea Biryani, and it’s amazing. You can eat it by itself (it definitely stands on its own) or mix it with a dish like channa masala or butter paneer (recipe for the latter to Read Post
Mike and I left Africa almost two weeks ago and have been putzing around India ever since. There’s so much we still want to write about Africa, but we haven’t had the time to sit down and get it all out. If you see alternating posts about Africa and India, it’s just because we’re a Read Post