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Heirloom tomato salads are always so refreshing and easy to put together. This simple salad shared by my lovely friend Sneha Singhvi will become your next favorite to make on any occasion. Heirloom tomatoes are best during the summertime but one can choose several different colored tomatoes to create this flavorful salad.
Cilantro chutney is not just a side condiment, in my opinion, it’s the main dish that helps elevate anything you serve with it. The bright green color does not require any filters and the spicy taste is absolutely spot on with sandwiches, samosas, wraps, roasted veggies, parathas, poha, and upma — but most ideally with my Indian burger or kati rolls! I have given a slight twist to this chutney but you can always skip some of the ingredients and still make the cilantro chutney in five minutes of your time.
This salad is simply so refreshing and vibrant! I love keeping it light on the dressing to bring out the sweet, sour, and salty notes of the seasonings. Get the best of pomelos and pomegranates while they are in season— these fruits can be found in most grocery stores or Asian markets. The perfect salad to add a pop of color to your Thanksgiving dinner!
Indian gooseberry, Amla is extremely rich in Vitamin C, Iron and Calcium. Anita Ajmera, founder of Madhuram Sweets shares with us her favorite Amla recipe that is filled with nutrients, healthy and immunity boosting. Anita bhabhi suggests to eat this chutney with chips, khakhra, mathri, breads and use it to make sandwiches, Please be sure to check out Anita bhabhi’s rasgulla recipe and her insta page madhuram_sweets. Enjoy the delicious chutney.
In conversation with the conscientious, highly balanced and always smiling Asha Ranka, partner at Ranka Jewellers, CMO of "Chosen By Tejpal Ranka". Asha has an amazing sense of humor and zen attitude towards every situation. Her ability to take firm decisions, to...