After sharing with you my Low Fodmap Curry Spice Mix, today I am back with a recipe to put it to good use: Low Fodmap Chicken Curry.
Low Fodmap Curry Spice Mix
I love to make my own spice mixes because I can adjust them to my likings. Today I am very happy to share with you my Low Fodmap Curry Spice Mix, perfect for a very easy and homey Indian curry that is kind to your tummy.
Sweet and Spicy Macadamia Nuts
Today I will share with you the recipe for the perfect snack to go with your beer or your favourite drink: Sweet and Spicy Macadamia Nuts.
Low Fodmap Lamb Korma
Today I will share with you my family’s favourite Indian curry recipe: Low Fodmap Lamb Korma. This mouth-watering curry has been adapted for the more sensitive tummies, yet it is still so creamy and delicious!
Indian Spiced Nuts
Today I will share with you the recipe for a delicious snack to have with your favourite drink: Indian Spiced Nuts.
Low Fodmap Masala Omelette
I have a special recipe to share with you today and I am sure you will love it: Low Fodmap Masala Omelette.
Low Fodmap Chicken Tikka
I am very excited to share this Low Fodmap Chicken Tikka recipe with you! I love Indian food and this particular recipe is one of the first recipes I have adapted for the Low Fodmap diet.
Low Fodmap Indian Yogurt Dip
As you know, I love Indian food. Now that I am lactose intolerant and on a Low Fodmap diet, I am trying to adapt a few recipes to make them Low Fodmap. This Low Fodmap Indian Yogurt Dip is one such recipe.
Low Fodmap Garlic Naan
Since starting on the Low Fodmap diet, bread is one of the things I have missed the most. So I am extremely happy about perfecting the recipe for this Low Fodmap Garlic Naan!
Low Fodmap Samosas
I am so happy to be able to share with you the recipe for these Low Fodmap Samosas.
Low Fodmap Garam Masala
Anyone else loves Indian food here?? I do and you can easily see that from the huge variety of Indian recipes on the site. I do, after all, have an Indian husband! 😉
Instant Milk Peda
These days, Indians celebrate Holi, the festival of spring, also known as the festival of colours. During this time, people play, chase and colour each other with dry powder and coloured water, indoors and out on the streets. People visit family and friends to throw colours at each other and share lots of yummy food.
I made these Peacock Cupcakes as part of my daughter’s 8th birthday celebrations. She had an India-themed party, so after making Mehndi Cupcakes and an Indian Cake, I thought to make Peacock Cupcakes to take to school for her classmates.
As you may remember, just before Christmas, my youngest daughter turned 8. She wanted an Indian themed birthday party, so she and her sister could wear the beautiful Indian outfits their grandma got for them from India.
Just before Christmas, my youngest daughter turned 8. She wanted an Indian themed birthday party this time, so she and her sister could wear the beautiful Indian outfits their grandma got for them from India.
With today’s post, I will take you all back to India, Goa to be precise. A few days ago, I shared with you the recipe for Milk Cream – a delicious cashew nut and milk fudge, and today I am back with another Goan delicacy traditionally made for Christmas: Goan Marzipan. We all know what…
Today I will take you all to India with me – to beautiful sunny Goa, to be precise – and I will show you how to make Milk Cream. Milk Cream is a cashew nut and milk fudge that is traditionally made by Goan Catholics for Christmas. It is very likely a local adaptation of…
Happy Diwali! Sunday will mark the beginning of Diwali (दिवाली), the “festival of lights”, a 5-day Indian festival that celebrates the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. Light is the symbol of the celebrations and many clay lamps filled with oil are lit during the 5 days of the festival. As part…
When I had to undergo surgery a couple of months ago, my mother in law came to stay with us to help out with the kids and spend some time with us. I was so happy she was able to come. It was great to have some company and to have someone to talk with…
I am taking you all to a beach in Mumbai with today’s post! Bhel Puri is a savoury snack and a type of chaat made with puffed rice, sev, chutneys and other ingredients. It is thought to have originated within the street food stalls of Mumbai’s beaches and the recipe has spread to most parts…
Aloo Tikki Chaat
I am really happy to share today’s recipe on the blog as it is one of my all time favourite Indian dishes: Aloo Tikki Chaat. But what is it exactly? Chaat is a term that describes savory snacks, typically served on the road from stalls or food carts… street food basically. And you know how…
Today’s recipe is a delicious Indian appetiser. Well, it’s more like a snack really, but it is also served as an appetiser at restaurants. I personally love Aloo Tikki and I often make them at home. You could say that they are the Indian version of potato croquettes and they are packed with flavour thanks…
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