I love lemon rice. No, I take that back, I *adore* lemon rice. Lemon rice and maybe some buttermilk.
My two older boys spent some time in India. They came back and turned me on to some great food. Indian food or a lot of it, seems to be incredibly healthy and the use of spices not so known in other countries really adds to the taste. There is this incredible Indian restaurant in Jerusalem, and some of their dishes are super delicious.There is a great deal in all of Indian culture that the world could learn from. I would love to see more posts on the "culture" and "real life" in India.Great work.
hmmm yummy...now where did I put that grocery list?
Sounds delicious. :) (And that point about knowing Basmati from Uncle Ben's is a very good one!)
Oh wow, that sounds really good!!
Glad to oblige Gillian. I'm getting hungry myself here after reading it over again.
Haan Teddy and can be heathy as well as spicy and delicious but according to Little India magazine, even Indians have to be careful of their diet.http://www.littleindia.com/news/139/ARTICLE/1390/2006-11-12.htmlIt's nice to know there is an Indian restaurant there in Jerusalem for you to enjoy.I'll work on posting more on the "culture" and "real life" in India.
LOL better find it fast BK ;-)
Yes, the type of rice you use Nancy will make all the difference.
I went to an Indian wedding once and was able to sample some traditional Indian cooking. It was good, however had a bit of a kick that I wasn't used to.
Neat Miss Java. That must have been fun. Yes, it does have a kick to it, especially if it's Southern Indian food. I wore a sari to my daughter's wedding even though it wasn't an Indian wedding.
I'm always intimidated when I see Indian recipes. It took me the longest time to try to make Palaak Paneer and that just involved opening a can of spinach (don't remember the name of it right now) and cubing store bought cheese curds. Didn't quite taste the same as a restaurant though! :o(Basmati rice is an absolute must(for any dish requiring rice) Now that I've tried it I can't cook with anything else. It just isn't the same. Anyways, this recipe seems to be fairly straightforward, even though the idea of cooking with eggplant kind of intimidates me too.