It is festival season and the festivals are on full swing in the Indian Sub-Continent. No festival is complete without Medu Vada. Vada is a must for most of the South Indian Hindu festivals. So, I thought I will kick off my blog post with this all time favorite recipe. I have already shared in an earlier blog post another favorite South Indian breakfast Idly Recipe. Vada is a great combination with Idly. I will also be briefly touching on how to grind for Medu Vada using Ultra Fastgrind Wet Grinder .
Redcurrants are now in season, in this blog post you will learn how to make Redcurrant Jam in small quantities. I will also be giving you a tip on how to remove the berries from their stalks easily without much effort. After having posted the Redcurrant Jam Recipe recipe last year on this blog, it was time to tweak the recipe a little to make the jam without much effort.
In this blog post I will be writing about how to prepare a tasty Recipe with Swiss Chard South Indian style. Swiss chard is a member of the beet family and is also known assilver beet and perpetual spinach, and they come in a variety of colors. You’ll find stems ranging from bright yellow and orange to red, purplish and even pink hues. Chard is in season from July to November.
This year our Strawberry harvest was delayed by a couple of weeks. But oh boy we had a great harvest. After freezing some of it, and eating quite a lot all by myself, I still had so much left with me. One of the ways to preserve fruits without relying on freezers is by making Jams and jellies. This Easy Fresh Strawberry Jam Recipe just uses only 2 ingredients and its that delicious.
Rhubarb produce is in season just once a year. When you have a garden producing one variety in abundance you need to make the most of that. The versatility of Rhubarb is incredible. We at the Swiss home do get creative with our produce. This delicious Rhubarb Lentil Soup called Sambar is a great accompaniment for rice, or even quinoa. This Blog post is about making this delicious Rhubarb Lentil Soup-Sambar.
There are many ways to make your own sourdough bread and starter. I have been trying out sourdough bread since 2 decades with mixed success. The main key to success is not to give up. Many a times I have discarded a perfectly good sourdough starter due to laziness and being inconsistent with feeding the starter. Home made yeast culture is also tricky and very sensitive which is one reason why many beginners give up with time.
Idli is a popular South Indian breakfast dish. Do you want to learn to make your breakfast stretch for a few days by just altering the Idly recipe a little but at the same time having a completely different but a healthy breakfast everyday. In this post I will be writing about grinding for a Idli recipe using Ultra Fastgrind wetgrinder.
Top 3 benefits of grinding your own flour at home
Although I am not a medical expert, yet who can debate the benefits of home ground flour. My journey started with the purchase of my Hawos Oktagon grain mill . I posted a whole tutorial on how to use Hawos Oktagon stone mill in my previous blog post. In this blog post I will be touching on the Top 3 benefits of grinding your own flour at home. I will also be giving a few tips on storing grains optimally and then a recipe to bake your own bread from freshly ground flour.
How to make Swiss food Rosti
Rosti is probably one Swiss dish which can be made vegan without any difficulty. Its also the easiest dish and anyone can make it all over the world. All you will need is potatoes of the hard variety and a few simple tools which are in everyone’s kitchen. Rosti is a hot favorite among kids here, a potato dish which is not chips and a healthier option.
Easy 3 step vegan Banana muffins
Vegan banana muffins for a light snack or an afternoon tea is what I come up with for those over ripe bananas. This recipe is a favorite of mine as its so easy to bake. I got this recipe from an old recipe book Baking without eggs .