Since this is a cultural festival, I like to keep my recipes as authentic as possible—I try to give my guests a taste of India through our Diwali menu.
With all the different types of chai out there I’ve learned that there is no perfect way to make a cup of tea because chai is a very personal experience.
One day, some of the thick green chutney fell from the folds of the surrounding saran wrap onto the white lunch table. Out of nowhere, a classmate pointed and shouted out, “bird poop!”
This pasta and sweet potato cashew cream sauce recipe will ensure you never go back to basic pasta again!
We, at Brown Girl Magazine, made it easier—here are six South Asian restaurants in the tri-state area you have to try!
I recreated the original saffron tea recipe and also added my own twist by making one with almond milk and honey.
May this poem be a comforting reminder that you can press the warm tea cup to your bare chest, close your eyes and you are home. Mom just made tea for you.
There’s one place any impending travel bans simply can’t touch—your kitchen. I’m here to show you how to cook your way across the world in the sanctuary of your kitchen while you explore the flavor profiles of iconic rice dishes.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I’m sharing recipes from 13 exceptional brown women food bloggers. Good luck getting through this list and not wanting to cook at least one if not all of these healthy and delicious dishes!
Are you a supermom looking to save time and energy in the cooking department? Then this is just for you with a few recipes that make desi cooking simpler! Moms are able to multi-manage bath time, bedtime, laundry, cooking,
Curry, for example, was the newest food trend not too long ago. Really? I’ve been eating curry for all 28 years of my life.