Rhubarb & Strawberry Jam

Summer is the best time to get fresh fruits especially berries and rhubarb. You can go for fruit picking to nearby farms and enjoy the freshness of fruits entire summer. I always buy farm grown fruits and make my own jams and jellies. Last time I wrote blueberry jam recipe, here is the link: Blueberry…

Spicy Cilantro Pesto (Indian Green Chutney)

We all know the importance of basil pesto in Italian cooking, in the same way this spicy cilantro chutney is very important in traditional Western and Northern Indian cooking. So here is the recipe: Ingredients: 2 bunches of Cilantro (Washed and roughly chopped) 1 and 1/2 lemon-juice (freshly squeezed) 1/4 cups of raw peanuts (ground-nuts)…

Blueberry Jam

Who doesn’t like jam. Actually in last two years, I have hardly purchased any store-bought ones, as home made jams are very easy to prepare. Moreover, you can control your ingredients, especially sugar. You can know exactly what is in your recipe, which is my all time favorite homemade cooking advantage. I don’t have much…

Spring Salad with Homemade Thai Peanut Dressing

I love this simple salad and it is very easy to make. Perfect for spring and summer time. Infact it can be served during Easter, as it looks like a nest with bright Easter colors. Also you can serve it with your Thai menu. Ingredients: 1 large Carrot (thinly peeled with peeler) 2 small Persian…

Walnut & Maple Butter

Well I definitely love this topping on my pancakes, waffles, and toasted bread slice. My husband and I are huge fans of a breakfast place called ‘The Lunch Bell’ in our city Newport News. It is very famous for its breakfast and lunch menu. They serve pure quality food and we always order ‘sweet potato…