Farari puris using Amaranth & Morio seeds Flour (Gluten free Indian bread)

As mentioned on my several fasting Posts, On the days Hindus fast, there is a list of foods that they are “allowed” to eat. The list – often referred to as farali food – includes Read More …

Wheat, corn and chickpea flour bhakhri (multigrain crispy Indian bread)

Bhakris are crispy and  slightly salty and can be eaten with any curry. It’s a traditional Gujarati bread often served with  a curry and  khichedi.   I love making different versions of crispy Bhakhris.  These Read More …

Beetroot Thepla

When I was informed that Feedspot have selected my blog – Give Me Some Spice as one of the Top 100 Indian Food Blogs on the web  my friend Daksha was the first one to Read More …

Review post – Frozen Fenugreek and fresh Aubergine curry (methi ringna nu shak)

Today’s challenge by Darren Rowse on the ProBlogger Challenge Group was to  create a piece of content that is a ‘review’.  This challenge follows on perfectly from yesterday’s post as it gives me an opportunity Read More …

Multigrain Muthia or Steamed Dumplings

Muthias are steamed spiced dumplings made with vegetables and a mixture of flours. The most common vegetables used are fenugreek, spinach, cabbage or marrow. You can also use left over rice instead of the vegetables. Read More …

Tadka Dall

Who doesn’t love a good dall? We make dalls regularly as they are so healthy and also quick to make.  Some of you probably know that I have recently started to teach Indian Vegetarian cooking Read More …

Bhakhri with carom seeds

Bhakhri is a crispy slightly salty almost biscuit like Indian bread which can be eaten with any curry.  It’s salty and crispy and tastes good hot or cold.   I  have posted a recipe for Read More …