Indian cuisine - The Healthy and Tasty way to Life


Indian cuisine has been around for at least 2500-3000 years and it has changed much over the years. The use of many different herbs and spices make each dish quite unique. Each different region in India is known for it's wide selection of different recipes and Indian cooking styles and tastes. Though about one third of the population is strictly vegetarian, there are many different dishes that include chicken, lamb and goat meat. In India though the cow is thought of as a sacred animal therefore you will not find many recipes including beef. Food is such an important part of Indian culture as in most cultures, and plays an important role in the family life and in festival celebrations. There is also usually a dessert served as well.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Homemade Almond Milk



Almonds (Badam) - one cup
Water - 5 cups
Maple syrup - Half cup (or sugar to taste)

Soak almonds in water overnight or for at least four hours.Drain the water. Rinse the almonds and take them in a blender.Adding water gradually, puree to smooth.Pour through a muslin cloth into a big pitcher or bowl to extract milk.Run the pulp through blender one more time, adding water.Strain through muslin cloth for milk, and save the pulp to add in curries.To the almond milk, add maple syrup. Mix with a spoon.Refrigerate for half an hour. Drink or enjoy with cereal, oatmeal or poha.

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