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Black beans

Black beans Black beans cooked with onions, garlic and spices. These beans are versatile, toss them into salad, taco, burrito or soup  for a quick meal. I have posted other recipes of Restaurant Chipotle, this beans recipe is not how it is made in the restaurant, I tweaked the recipe with the ingredients part but it is certainly similar and tasty. I like to soak and cook the beans. It’s healthier, tastier and cheaper. I used to use canned beans and still use...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya 1 Comment March 12, 2015

Cream of Pumpkin soup

Cream of Pumpkin soup Cream of Pumpkin Soup I use yellow pumpkin to make Erisserri, Pumpkin bread or this soup. The Soup has become so wished for that I hardly make the other two recipes these days. It’s a creamy filling soup that tastes delicious the next day too. We make a big batch of the soup so we can enjoy it for two continuous days.   Ingredients you’ll need: 1 tbsp Olive oil 3 or 4 cloves of...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya Comments Off on Cream of Pumpkin soup February 09, 2015

Goat Cheese spread

Goat Cheese spread Goat cheese spread is creamy rich spread packed with flavors of olives, sun-dried tomatoes and herbs like rosemary and basil. The ingredients are colorful and impressive, they combine well along with cheese to give a Mediterranean hint to the spread, this dish is no authentic Mediterranean cuisine but a sure hit for parties and potlucks. The spread is best when marinated for 6 hours before serving so also falls under the category of “great make...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya Comments Off on Goat Cheese spread January 06, 2015

Basil Pesto

Basil Pesto Pesto is a no cook sauce that can be used in tons of recipes and you’ll never run out of ways to enjoy it, toss couple of spoons of this no-cook sauce with hot pasta or steamed vegetables, use it as a spread on sandwiches and wraps, or add to any sauce like marinara or cream for that extra kick of flavor and freshness.     Making pesto is the best way to use the extra Basil in...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya Comments Off on Basil Pesto August 22, 2014

Asian Dipping Sauce

Asian Dipping Sauce Asian Dipping Sauce is really easy to make at home. Just whisk together the ingredients and adjust the quantity of ingredients for various variation. You can use this sauce as a dip for Asian inspired recipes and also great sauce to toss in noodles or rice. The sauce recipe can be made sweet or spicy, you could adjust the honey or chili sauce according to taste. All you have to do is mix them and adjust with hot water till required consistency. You can...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya 1 Comment July 11, 2014

Restaurant Style Salsa

Restaurant Style Salsa Restaurant Style Salsa is the pureed-thin consistency salsa they serve in restaurants with chips, the one everyone hogs before the food is served. The home-style salsa is more like Pico de gallo that is made with fresh ingredients. But for this recipe, canned tomatoes and chilies give that restaurant style flavor and color. The salsa that is sold in jars have lot of vinegar for preserving them for long time and we detest the vinegar flavor in salsa, if...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya Comments Off on Restaurant Style Salsa June 20, 2014

Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut Squash Soup Butternut Squash soup, a sweet filling soup! Recipe: Scribbled in a corner of magazine as I was watching Take home Chef, a cooking show hosted by Curtis stone. Thanks Curtis! But, I did do a few changes. There were tons of butternut soup recipes online, I picked a few, did a bit of experimenting with the ingredients and here is my version that worked best for me. Makes : 5-6...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya Comments Off on Butternut Squash Soup April 22, 2013

Vada Pav with cutting chai

Vada Pav with cutting chai Vada pav, popularly known as Mumbai’s very own burger. I am sure every Mumbaikar’s favorite on-the-go snack is the vada pav!  Sathya and I, both have lived in Mumbai. The big city with diverse lifestyle, bustling streets, punctual and crowded trains and variety of local food like Pav bhaji, Sabudana Vada, Bhel puri, Bombay Sandwich, Frankie, Ragda Pattis and Vada pav with cutting chai. It’s a wonderful place to live, anyone will love to...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya Comments Off on Vada Pav with cutting chai January 30, 2013

Hummus

Hummus Hummus is an Arabic dip/spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas/garbanzo beans, blended with tahini (sesame seeds paste), Olive oil, lemon juice, salt, garlic parsley. It is a wonderful snack or appetizer, and is great with warm pita bread or veggies. An easy home-made Hummus, scooped with pita, celery/carrot sticks. Also a delicious accompaniment to falafel, grilled eggplant/Zucchini and...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya 2 Comments October 24, 2012

Pineapple Fried Rice with Tofu

Pineapple Fried Rice with Tofu Pineapple friend rice, an exotic and colorful food from Thai cuisine. It’s a great way to use leftover rice and ingredients are easy to gather. The best part is, it can be easily customized to suit one’s preferences. It is pretty easy to make after the prep work is done and the  finished dish is so vibrantly colorful and the curry powder gives it an amazing aroma. One of the prettiest ways to serve fried rice is- in a pineapple boat, A treat...
Cooked and Clicked by SnehaSathya Comments Off on Pineapple Fried Rice with Tofu August 17, 2012

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