With such a strong bitter taste, can you believe karela is my favorite vegetable! Its pack with nutrients and minerals for many ailments especially diabetics. Directions Wash and cut karela length-wise Chip karela, not too thick, not too thin about the size of two nickels In a skillet add oil,   Read More ...

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Warm and comforting breakfast packed with protein Directions Start overnight by soaking channa in water until it is covered past the top Drain and rinse channa Boil channa approximatly 30 minutes until it is fork tender Sautee onion, garlic¬† geera Add channa Cook on low heat for 5 minutes Season   Read More ...

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Guyanese style pancakes, you can’t get this kind of fluffiness from a box mix! Although dosas are typically flat and thin, I tweaked the receipe for fluffy and soft goodness. Great for breakfast or a late dinner. Directions Wisk lemon juice and milk in a bowl, set aside. The lemon   Read More ...

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Dhal is a staple in West Indian cooking. It can be served alongside any dish; veg and non-veg; or just by itself as a soup or a protein packed drink. There’re are many different varieties of dhal and ingredient that can be added when making, but this recipe explains how   Read More ...

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Baigan Choka reminds me of as an early morning breakfast. It’s quick and easy to prepare. Paired with sada roti and oil roti is a perfect compliment. ¬†Simply roast the eggplant, clean and mash is all you have to do for this delicious breakfast. Very similar to the Mediterranean dish,   Read More ...

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