Khow Suey with Vegetable Rice By Asha Ranka

Khow Suey with Vegetable Rice By Asha Ranka

Khow Suey, a Burmese delicacy is my all time favorite meal. Burmese food is hard to find in in New York but could be easily made at home. It is cooked with numerous vegetables, coconut milk, noodles and aromatic spices which makes it flavorful. INGREDIENTS For the...
Watermelon Gazpacho with Red Chilies

Watermelon Gazpacho with Red Chilies

Its summer and that’s when you know its watermelon gazpacho time.  You can add your own twist to this cold refreshing and slightly spicy soup. INGREDIENTS 1 large red tomato 2 cups seedless watermelon, diced 1-2 fresh red chilies 1 cumber, diced 1/2 tablespoon...
Double Chocolate Banana Bread by Puja Shah

Double Chocolate Banana Bread by Puja Shah

The recipe was inspired by several contributing factors, and as fate would have it, they all fell into a seamless sequence of events, unfolding perfectly into the the black beauty that was this Double Chocolate Banana Bread with Fleur de Sel. [Read full post and step...
Mango Kheer by Mamta Runwal

Mango Kheer by Mamta Runwal

Mango Kheer can be made an any auspicious occasion. The key is to use the best mangoes during its season. INGREDIENTS 4 cups whole milk 3 ripe mangoes 2 tablespoons brown sugar 10-12 saffron strands 1/2 teaspoon chopped pistachios (unsalted) PREPARATION Step 1 Take a...