Pakora is one of the most popular Indian appetizers, an Indian food staple as common in India as the hamburger is in the west.
Vegetarian Times “Foodie” award winners, Indianlife Pakoras feature our protein rich organic batter, fresh herbs and a rainbow of delicious vegetables including potatoes, spinach, cauliflower, onions, paneer (Indian cheese)
and green chilies. And of course, Indianlife Pakoras never contain preservatives, additives or added coloring.
Pakoras are favorites of kids of all ages, and a great way to get children to eat their vegetables! Serve Pakoras at parties with chutneys or salsa. Try them flattened as a healthy filling for burgers or sandwiches, or try
rolling them into Indianlife Naan or Indianlife Roti Wraps with cooked vegetables and enjoy them as a falafel.
What is Chai Masala? In ancient India, "chai" was originally used to describe anything with herbs that could be brewed. "Masala" means spice blend. Many tea experts believe the "first" masala chai drinks were developed by traders from Gujarat, Maharashtra and Bengal. In India, each family has its own treasured version of Chai Masala. It's customary to welcome guests with…
Sweet, spicy and rejuvenating for the senses, chai is the perfect drink for chilly days! And to celebrate American Thanksgiving with our US friends, this recipe combines everyone's fall fave pumpkin spice with healthy Indianlife Chai Masala and brown sugar! Serves 2 to 4 people Pumpkin Spice Blend: 1 cup pumpkin puree 3/4 cup raw brown sugar (substitute raw coconut…
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