tawa pulao - a popular mumbai street food of rice and vegetables sauted together with pav bhaji masala and other spices-herbs. step by step recipe.

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Every region in the Philippines has it's own version of a spiced vinegar and a name for it. In most parts of Western Visayas especially i...

India is a country with many states and many different languages. When talking about food or other spices, each one has got a different name in each language. While writing though we use a common english name, I thought it would be easy for readers if I share this. So, here is a glossary of common...Read More »

The Indian cuisine commonly makes use of the powerful turmeric spice, and Indian people have long been using turmeric in the treatment of stomach and liver issues. Turmeric contains an active compound named curcumin which offers numerous benefits for our...

We almost named our new Savory Pack the "Roast Essentials" pack - because they are perfect for that too! All four are going on tonight's roasting chicken plus a good bit of @tinstarfoods Ghee. You can find this recipe on PrimalPalate.com! #primalpalatespices #savorypack #organic #spices #spicetakeover

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This is a very delicious & mouth watering prawn preparation. As the name suggests, these wonderfully spiced prawns are stir fried with Indian spices in a kadhai or wok. In ancient times metal or clay pots, pans & woks were used for cooking. The whole process of cooking took place on raw coal, charcoal, clayRead More

Pickling Spice Recipes & advice- Every year we get pickles from our relatives to enjoy through the winter. And brother, we do enjoy them. Inspired by these ambitious people I thought I’d like to make a “signature” pickle of my own. If you give me the winning combination of spices for my pickles I’ll name them after you. Now, I …

This incredibly flavorful dish is a must try for those the meat eaters out there... Spiced and marinated lamb slow braised until 'fall apart tender' with loads of onions added in two stages. The name of the dish 'Do Pyaza' literally translates as 'two onions' referring to the fact that the dish is prepared with a large amount of onions added to the dish at two different stages - one batch cooked in the dish itself and the other batch used as a garnish - hence the 'two onions'

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Commonly, there are two kinds of “Banh it”. The first one is “Banh it la gai”, which is sticky rice cake with coconut or green bean stuffing wrapped in pinnate leaf. The second one is “Banh it tom thit” - glutinous rice cake with meat and shrimp, its name means “little meat shrimp cakes”, the stuffing is made of ground pork and shrimp mixed with spring onion and other spices.

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