These dips are your favorite Indian flavors and my great grandmothers recipes passed down generations who by the way lived a 120 years! You don't have to wait to cook an elaborate Indian meal anymore - use these nutritious dips on your favorite roasted veggies, quick lunch sandwiches, rice/pasta bowls and crunchy salads.
“Sabji” is simply how I grew up eating a mixture of
vegetables and masala (spices). This particular sabji has a thick tomato base that is whipped up with a cashew cream base to load this plant-powered dip with a punch of vitamins and nutrients — filling you
up and never letting you down. Fuel your Indian flavor cravings with this better for you condiment - a power packed saucy dip!
Indian Street food might be the world's eight wonder! This street food of my childhood was always a bowl of pav bhaji and a soft bread roll. This Pav bhaji that I share with you is a warming blend of spices with
sweet potato & cauliflower in a creamy tomato cashew base. Pair
with a warm piece of brioche bread, your favorite flatbread, braised
cauliflower or scrambled eggs.
Saag is how my grandmother fed all of us yummy greens and we never saw it coming. This earthy, spicy and tangy dip is perfect on a bowl of warm rice & feta or over a cold bed of lettuce. It pairs well with Sweet potatoes, rotisserie chicken and spaghetti. We eat it at home with warm
corn bread and a dollop of sour cream. Comfort food that is actually
good for you!