Delicious 2-ingredient blender Meyer Lemon sauce goes great with fish and seafood. What you're left with is a sauce so glorious that no one will believe it took you less than 5 minutes to make. I use it almost exclusively on fish—a seared fillet of red snapper, a tangle of grilled octopus, or a few plump shrimp—but the sauce could easily be thinned out with olive oil and a bit of honey and transformed into a supercharged lemon dressing for salads, too.
Traditional shawarma calls for roasting meat on a large vertical spit. We mimic the effect here by roasting at a high temperature, which yields chicken that is crisp on the outside yet moist and juicy on the inside.
If you like chips, and you like spicy food, these chips are for you. This is a quick and easy recipe. I have used flour tortillas and flavored them with Indian spice mix. They are hard to resist you will say just one more.
Need a simple healthy appetizer that is sure to be enjoyed by all? Try serving my “Masala Paneer Cubes” at your next get together! It is homemade paneer mixed with a variety of spices. Serve with crackers, or fruit plate. Masala paneer can be used for many different ways, like paneer pakoras, paneer paratha.
Dosa is a popular South Indian delicacy which looks like a crepe. Dosa is a crisp and thin pancakes made of a rice and urad dal batter. Traditionally Dosa is served with samber, aloo masala and coconut chutney.