Quick Savory Semolina Crepes with Potato Curry and Coconut Chutney (Rava Masala Dosa)

Rava Masala Dosa

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Savory Semolina Crepes with Potato Curry and Coconut Chutney Traditional dosa are made with a rice and lentil batter that needs to first be soaked overnight, then ground into a batter and then fermented overnight. Rava dosa is simpler because it doesn’t have to be fermented. I love the flavor and how easy they are… Continue reading Rava Masala Dosa

Making Yogurt at Home is Easy. How to at Indiaphile.info

How to Make Yogurt At Home


Yogurt, or Dahi, is an essential part of Indian food. To those who know Indian food only casually, raita will surely be the first thing that comes to mind. It is also used in drinks, like chaas and lassi or Mango Lassi. It is also used frequently in marinades, such as a tandoori marinade we… Continue reading How to Make Yogurt At Home

Garam Masala Deviled Eggs by Indiaphile.info

Garam Masala Deviled Eggs


When we went to the farmer’s market last Thursday, I was looking through the produce stand and saw one last bunch of beige radishes left. I wondered what color they’d be on the inside. So I asked the guy working the table and he said they were red and white striped on the inside. I… Continue reading Garam Masala Deviled Eggs