10 Indian Sandwich Recipes and Fillings to Enjoy
10 Indian Sandwich Recipes and Fillings to Enjoy
Food > Recipes 10 Indian Sandwich Recipes and Fillings to Enjoy
Sandwiches are enjoyable because they can be filled with almost anything. Spice them up by trying some of the Indian sandwich recipes and fillings we have. May 3, 2019 WhatsApp gooey cheese along with the subtle hints of spice is a delicious combination
If you want something that is a simple snack and has Desi spices, then an Indian sandwich is an option to go for.
The fillings are crammed with various Indian spices to create something typically seen in Indian cuisine. Putting them between slices of bread turn it into a delicious snack.
They provide a great alternative to the standard sandwich and highlight how versatile the food is. There are a plethora of food items which can go into a sandwich.
An Indian sandwich is similar because a lot of ingredients can taste great as a sandwich, but these burst with flavour in every mouthful.
Some fillings are even Indian dishes which have been altered to go between bread.
Although they may seem complicated, they are actually relatively simple.
These recipe guides will help ensure that sandwich making will be easy and the result will be a tasty snack. Here are 10 Indian sandwich recipes to enjoy. Bombay Vegetable Grilled Sandwich
A grilled sandwich is delicious because the filling is warmer and the slight crunch of the bread adds a whole new level of texture.
A Bombay vegetable sandwich is a great option to try as it combines multiple vegetables into one meal.
As a result, there is a range of flavours and textures especially combined with the array of spices.
This snack is famous throughout India and is one of the menu options at many sandwich stalls. Ingredients 2 potatoes, boiled and sliced 1 medium cucumber, sliced ½ green bell pepper, sliced 2 small tomatoes, sliced 1 cup of grated cheese (optional) For the Sandwich Masala ½ tsp dry mango powder For the Chutney 1 cup of mint leaves 1 cup of coriander 1½ tsp lemon juice Method For the masala, dry roast the whole spices on low heat, stirring constantly. When fragrant, remove from the heat and set aside to cool completely. Place the cooled spices into the grinder along with the salt and mango powder. Grind into a fine powder and set aside. Make the chutney by taking all the ingredients and placing into a blender with a little water and blend into a smooth paste. Make the sandwich by heating a griddle pan. As it is heating, assemble the sandwich. Take three slices of bread and spread butter and chutney on each slice. Assemble in this order: potato, cucumber, onion, second bread slice, green pepper, tomato and cheese. Sprinkle the sandwich masala on each vegetable layer. Close with the third bread slice. Carefully, place the sandwich on the griddle pan and grill until it becomes golden brown and crispy. Gently flip it over and grill the other side. Once both sides are golden, place on a plate and slice into half. Repeat the process with the rest of the sandwiches.
This recipe was inspired by Spice up the Curry . Chilli Cheese Sandwich
The cheese toastie is a popular choice when it comes to sandwiches and this chilli cheese recipe is a delicious variation.
The mixture of gooey cheese along with the subtle hints of spice is a delicious combination as the mild cheese has an injection of flavour.
Butter is spread on the outside of the bread. This crisps up the bread but it also prevents the cheese from becoming congealed.
You can use whatever cheese you prefer. But no matter what, the result is a delicious and filling snack which can be enjoyed at any time. Ingredients A ½ cup of cheese, grated A ½ cup of bell peppers, chopped 1 green chilli, finely chopped 2 tbsp coriander leaves ¼ tsp black pepper powder A ¼ cup of onions, finely chopped 4 slices of bread ¼ tsp red chilli flakes Butter, to spread on the bread 3 tbsp green chutney Salt, to taste Method Place half of the cheese into a bowl. Add the bell peppers, onion, green chillies and coriander. Mix then add salt, pepper and chilli flakes. Mix well then set aside. Heat a griddle pan on medium heat. As it heats up, apply the butter on the bread slices, then spread the chutney on both slices. On one slice, spoon on the cheese and pepper mixture, sprinkle a little cheese on top, then close with the other slice. Apply butter on the top surface of the bread, then place buttered side down into the pan and cook until it becomes crisp. Apply butter on the other slice of bread then gently flip over. Once both sides are crispy, remove from the pan and place on a plate. Cut into half then serve.
This recipe was inspired by Spice up the Curry . Tandoori Chicken Sandwich
Tandoori chicken is considered to be a classic within Indian cuisine. As a sandwich, it is an enjoyable treat.
The recipe uses a marinade full of ingredients to create an authentic tandoori chicken. The chicken is then placed onto grilled bread and covered with onions and tomatoes.
The onion adds an extra bite to the already flavourful chicken, while the condiments spread on the bread adds a refreshing touch. Ingredients 250g boneless chicken (cubed or fillets) 4 bread slices
Making the ordinary extraordinary
Chef Amal CA, of the Le Meridien, Kochi takes the regular dishes of the Kerala cuisine and makes all sorts of tasty innovations
Photos: Chef Amal CA; the pearlspot preparation; tapioca with fish; rice dumplings. Pics by Albin Mathew
By Shevlin Sebastian
On most mornings, when Amal CA, Chef De Cuisine — F&B Production, at the Le Meridien, Kochi, awakens, he has a recurring thought: ‘What can I make something new today?’
Thus, on a recent morning, at the kitchen of the hotel, he got into full experimental mode. And the first dish that he made had fried pearlspot, and spread over it was a marinated mix. It consisted of raw mango, shallots, garlic, ginger, curry leaf and a dash of kandhari (chillies). “This is a healthy combination,” says Amal. “And because it is the mango season, I wanted to add a touch of the fruit.”
At one side of the plate, there is a stretch of rice, almost like a pathway. The Kaima rice, which is usually grown in Wayanad, is an aromatic, non-basmati rice. To this, Amal had added air-dried curry leaf to give it a greenish tinge. Thereafter, he added a vegetable salad, consisting of strips of carrot and onions, with a dash of lemon.
“ I ensure that all my dishes have proteins, carbohydrates and fibre,” he says. So, in this dish, the pearlspot provided the proteins, carbohydrates came from the kaima rice and the fibre was got from the vegetables.
His next dish seems like the typical tapioca (kappa) and fish curry. But it is quite different, because for one, the kappa is creamy and milky. There are two fillets of pearlspot with a layer of masala in between, which has kokum and coconut. Once again, there are vegetables on one side.
The third dish has been inspired by a Syrian Christian dish called ‘chemeen koonthal idiyappam’. So, in a circle on the edge of the plate are the pidis (rice dumplings) but soaked in a yellow coconut gravy. In the middle is the traditional idiyappam (rice noodles), but instead of the usual grated coconut, there are prawns and squids. Again, there is a salad, at one corner, with a small addition: a small bowl of flavoured coconut milk, which you can add to the idiyappam.
All three dishes are sumptuous in taste. You get gripped by the various spices, and the combinations clearly show that Amal has a natural talent and feel for cooking.
As he beams, Amal says, “I want to make dishes which do not lose its authentic taste. It should also be a mind-blowing experience. Many guests have told me, ‘This is the first time I have ever eaten something like this’.”
The chef, who grew up in Kothamangalam, got attracted to cooking at a very early age. “Both my parents were interested in cooking, as well as a few uncles,” says Amal. “But the biggest inspiration has been my mother, Indira. We are three boys and had no sisters. From childhood, we would help our mother in the kitchen.”
Indira would show the boys how to make one appam and then would tell the boys to make the rest. “That was how we learned,” he says. “She would always tell us to make food in our own style.”
And Amal learnt to implement it early. Since he was plump, his mother would tell him to eat one egg, while his brothers had two. “So I would add a lot of onions, and chillies, to bulk up my omelette, so that it seemed I was having two eggs,” he says, with a smile.
(The New Indian Express, Kochi)
Mango and Strawberry Salsa
Vibrant Mango and Strawberry Salsa with fresh seasonal Mangoes, Strawberries, Red Onions, Cucumber and Cilantro. Enjoy the medley of flavours with your favourite Nachos, Tacos or even Papads.. Mango Salsa This Mango Salsa is a medley of flavours that comes from the sweet ripe mangoes and strawberries, crunch from the onions red bell peppers and cucumbers with a hint of spiciness from Jalapenos. Lemon juice balances the much needed tanginess in this Salsa. Salsa Salsa is a Mexican term that means ‘sauce’. Salsa is made with tomatoes, Onions and Jalapenos with lot of finely chopped Cilantro with dash of lime juice. ‘Salsa’ meant a form of dance for me till few years back. I was only when I started exploring various cuisines then only came to now about it’s other meaning. The original Salsa resembles so much with the Indian Kachumber Salad. Like Kachumber has it’s variations with different salad vegetables, Salsa can also be prepared in many ways using fresh seasonal salad vegetables and fruits. This is the season of Mangoes and temperatures are rising in most part of the world. This fresh Mango Salsa is just right for the hot summer afternoons or evenings with a bowl of pita chips, nachos. Kids love this fruity salsa and enjoy with their doritos or nacho chips. The hotness element of the this salsa that comes from Jalapenos can be adjusted as per the preferences. Discard the seeds of Jalapenos while adding to salsa to keep the spice level to low, when making for kids. You can skip Jalapenos altogether.
For those who love Indian food, a bowl of salsa goes very nicely with a plain and type of Khichdi also like Yellow Moong Dal Dal and Hari Moong Dal Khichdi or with your ultimate comfort meal Dal Chawal. We love the combination of Mangoes and Strawberries, and I add strawberries in place of tomatoes. You can add tomatoes to your salsa if you want. The recipe quite adaptable add or omit the ingredients as per your choice. Let us how I make this Sweet and Tangy Mango Salsa recipe…
It takes just a few minutes to make this sweet and tangy salsa.. it requires no cooking, chop and mix everything,season with lime juice and freshly ground bell peppers. C
Chop your Salad veggies and fruits as per your preference. Chunky or Finely chopped whichever way you like it..Add lemon also as as per your liking. Print Recipe Mango Salsa Vibrant Mango Salsa with fresh seasonal Mangoes, Red Onions, Cucumber and Strawberries. Enjoy the medley of flavours with your favourite Nachos, Tacos.. Prep Time 10 mins
Italian is loved but most Europeans favour own country’s food, survey finds | World news
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Such is Europe’s love affair with food that when European prime ministers and presidents come to make their big decisions at EU summits in Brussels, there is almost always a plate of something sumptuous in front of them.
But should there be any doubt about the scale of the challenge facing the EU’s in-house chefs, a YouGov-Cambridge survey of attitudes in eight major European countries has confirmed that little divides the continent more than the question: what makes a good meal?
The project is a new annual survey of global attitudes in 23 of the world’s biggest countries, covering almost 5 billion people.
The 2019 survey canvassed 25,325 people online across much of Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia in February and March.
Questions about populist attitudes and convictions were inserted in order to derive a “populist cohort”, and discover what this group of people think about major world issues from immigration to vaccination, social media and globalisation.
The full methodology can be found here.
The short answer is: if in doubt, go Italian. It is universally beloved. But in a juicy revelation sure to add spice to Franco-Italian relations, while 73% of French people profess to liking Italian food, only 23% of Italians like to eat French cuisine.
A similar cultural mismatch can be found in British and Spanish tastes. The British are partial to tapas, as the proliferation of outlets in the UK will attest. In the survey, 48% of British people say they like Spanish food. But the Spaniards are not so keen on fish and chips, with just 19% professing an appreciation of the joys of battered cod.
In general, when it comes to food, people appear happiest with their own national nosh (a notable exception: Brits narrowly favour Italian over their own seaside staple, with or without mushy peas).
It has been previously calculated that the people of France spend more time than anyone else eating meals with others: two hours and 22 minutes a day on average. And when they do, a full 86% like their national cooking.
But that doesn’t mean they can’t see beyond the jus on a magret de canard . Half of respondents (51%) say they enjoy Chinese cuisine and 40% like food from Morocco, a former French colony.
The UK might be leaving the EU, but 80% say they like Italian food, nearly half (46%) approve of the Greek style and 41% like French.
Italian cheeses on sale at Borough Market in London. Photograph: Alamy
Indian food curries favour with 69% of Britons and 75% say they like Chinese food. Almost half (46%) like Thai while about 30% enjoy Caribbean, Cajun and Turkish food.
But while most Europeans are happy eating their own food, they are distinctly less excited about their own capital cities.
Familiarity, it seems, breeds contempt. Asked to choose which city they thought of as the single most exciting to visit, 3% of Italians chose Rome, the same proportion of Britons chose London, while just 4% of French people opted for Paris.
These nationalities would much prefer a bite of the Big Apple, with 28% of Italians, 23% of Britons and 20% of French respondents opting for New York, the clear winner in almost every European nation surveyed.
Tokyo has also captured the imagination of many Europeans; it was the second choice of Italian, Spanish, Danish and British respondents and the first choice for Swedes, 17% of whom named it as their preferred destination.
The YouGov survey also asked people what they thought about goods made in various countries. While more than half of those asked in the British sample (56%) say they think more positively about a product “made in Britain”, just 30% of the French sample felt the same.
“Made in Germany” elicited the most positive response from survey samples; but “made in China” found little approval, with fewer than 10% of respondents saying they thought more positively about a product if it had come from the world’s biggest economy.
When it comes to cultural output, the US is still out in front. Europeans, it seems, cannot get enough of American television series and box sets. More than 70% of Spaniards and Swedes watch US shows at least once a week. More than half do so in every other European country in the sample other than France, where it was 37%.
Vive l’exception culturelle!
Karnika Cruise Liner by Jalesh Cruises
Jalesh Cruises first premium ship to sail on Indian waters Karnika offers a wonderful way to experience the cruise life.
As I make my way from Mumbai airport to the Port Trust I cannot help but admire the many heritage buildings I sport on the way. As I alight at the port, there are many more buildings that are historic and architectural marvels and the Port Trust itself has been established in 1873. After a quick check-in process a bus takes us to the cruise liner that is ready to sail on its maiden voyage from Mumbai to Goa. Pool Deck, Karnika by Jalesh Cruises
Jalesh Cruises that means ‘Lord of Water’ is designed to offer vibrant Indian culture, hospitality and food experiences and the ship Karnika has been refurbished recently. According to Jurgen Bailom, President and CEO, Jalesh Cruises, “our premiere brand Jalesh Cruises believes in upholding the spirit, culture and values of ‘Incredible India’ by contributing to the growth of tourism and allied businesses in India. This is a cruise ship designed to explore 7600 km of coastline in India. I can guarantee that this ship has the finest and most friendly crew and we offer the best service with the best culinary experience.” The company has partnered with industry experts to offer varied services including Flamingo for its shopping experiences and Deltin to provide casino operations. The ship is completely Indian at heart and intends to give back to the local community by hiring locally. The ship is also ecofriendly and through its ‘Clean Waves’ program aims to be plastic free over the next 18 months. The home port is in Mumbai and during the rainy season the ship will sail to Dubai. The 70,285 ton ship will undertake 15 sailings for Mumbai-Goa-Mumbai and Mumbai-High Seas-Mumbai between April and mid-May 2019. The first international sailing from Mumbai to Dubai will be in May 2019 where it will port until mid-September 2019 before returning to Mumbai. The well-appointed ship has 14 decks and accommodation includes 36 mini suites with cabin sizes of 336 sq. ft and sleeps upto 3 people, 126 Balcony rooms with cabins of sq. ft, that sleeps upto 2 people, 430 ocean view rooms with cabins of 190 sq. ft and 209 interior rooms with cabins of 190 sq. ft. that sleeps upto 4 people each. There are over 600 crew members on board to take care of guests. Waterfront fine dining
On board the ship are a plethora of food options that includes three fine dining restaurants. Waterfront serves Indian cuisine that includes a signature Indian thaali and a-la-carte menu for lunch. The comprehensive menu includes a host of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options with a selection of alcoholic, non-alcoholic drinks and wines that can be purchased with your meal. The Chef’s Table is a private area for formal dining that also serves Chef special traditional food in a private room within the Waterfront restaurant. Chopstix is the restaurant that serves Thai, Malay, Korean, Mongolian, Taiwanese and Japanese cuisines and is the best place to take your taste buds on a culinary tour of the East and is open for dinner. This apart the ship has an extensive nine buffet and food station that has a variety of delicacies ranging from street food, barbecue, international grill to patisserie and frozen desserts. The ship also has dedicated counter that serves food for Jain passengers. Also there are nine bars on board that have a gamut of international premium spirits as well. A view of the Arabian Sea Karnika by Jalesh Cruises
Once you are on board Karnika, there are a variety of options to keep you entertained. In fact there is a sheet of paper with the entire schedule that is placed in your room each day so you can plan how you want to spend your time. The choice includes Broadway shows, extravaganza plays, breath-taking magic shows, live music concerts, dance shows, shopping and a host of other entertaining shows. The best part is that this is a ship for the entire family and there are enough options for children as well across varying age groups. The ship offers features that make it accessible for senior citizens and differently abled passengers. If you like retail therapy, the ship has free products from a host of prominent international brands. If you would rather relax head to Serena spa on Deck 14 that offers a host of aromatic and natural therapies for relaxation and rejuvenation. Health watchers can enjoy the state of the art gym facilities on board too. This apart there is a large swimming pool as well as kids pool and Jacuzzi’s on board. And when the ship docks you can also take shore excursions to Mormugoa at Goa. In the course of time the ship hopes to sail across Indian port cities including Chennai, Kochi, , Mumbai, Vizag and international locations including Abu Dhabi, Colombo, Dubai, Muscat, Penang, Ras Al Khaimah and Singapore. Karnika is also equipped with state-of-the-art venue, modern technology and 24×7 Wi-Fi access which makes it ideal for corporate parties, off-sites and family celebrations. “Our next goal is to visit Europe and also Alaska but in the Indian way and we believe this will be popular everywhere. Wherever we sail we will keep the Indian spirit at heart. We want to work with government tourism boards and port authority to grow the cruise business. We are also planning on river cruises in the near future,” says Bailom. If you are looking for a new way to see India, hop on to Karnika, it is a unique experience that will give you wonderful memories to last a lifetime.
Zen Cruises Pvt. Ltd, GSA for Jalesh Cruises
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Staff management was poor- The staff were either overworked or not managed well. This compromised on good customer service. We always felt rushed and we’re not given all required information. Cleanliness- being a luxury hotel and paying more than $1000 a night, you would expect clean towels and linens. From the refreshment towels given during check in to bath towels, were all stained. Disgusting. Misleading Marketing- All the pictures you see online or on Instagram is nothing like the real deal. This resort is located amongst a housing estate nestled within a few tress. It is not a forest like feel with overflowing greeneries. And drones are only allowed to be flown if you happen to be a popular person on social media. So leave the hope of getting amazing photos as seem in any advertising. Overall it’s definitely NOT WORTH THE $$$$. If you want to stay in an amazing luxury resort in Phuket try Sri Panwa.
Lived the food at this hotel. They cater to many cuisines with specialised chefs. This ensures the food tasted authentic. My husband and I had Indian for dinner and the chef did amazing. Coming from Melbourne where we get a variety of international cuisines, I can safely say that food is not a problem here.
Stayed in April 2019
Best Restaurants in The Woodlands, Texas
May 03, 2019 11:35 AM Restaurants in The Woodlands, Texas
Killen’s Steakhouse is a newly opened restaurant serving delicious Southern Cuisine, known for its comfort meals cooked by Chef Ronnie Killen. Upon entering the restaurant you’re greeted by delicious smells from the barbecue pit cooking various meats including the Killen’s well-known ribeyes, New York strips, wagyu, and more.
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Flower Child is a well-received healthy option restaurant occupying the previous spot of Space City. The guilt-free dishes served in Flower Child treats its customers to freshly made bowls of greens, wraps, grains. The bar serves fantastic drinks served in unique and colorful glasses.
Wooster’s Garden is the perfect place to visit if you’re craving for a new dining experience. The unique dishes are perfectly matched with various drinks in the cocktail menu featuring different concoctions made by the staff.
Tris is a local favorite manned by Chef Austin Simmons reinventing the Hubbell & Hudson Bistro into a more refined restaurant. The lunch menu features an international array of dishes including Thai Chicken Salad, Indian Masala Bowl, Italian Tenderloin Brochette, and more. At night, the restaurant transforms into a formal white-linen service complete with a butcher’s block steak tray with various meats in selected cooking preparations.
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Sorriso Modern Italian Kitchen
The Sorriso Modern Italian Kitchen is the perfect destination for foodies craving traditional and distinctive Italian cuisine. Helmed by the culinary master, Enzo Fargione, Sorriso is where modern and classic Italian dishes can be found. Order homemade pasta dishes, like pappardelle short rib ragu and spaghetti cacio e pepe, to iconic Neapolitan-style pizzas, Grilled Branzino, and an Italian artisan charcuterie all served with fresh ingredients.
The Goose’s Acre Bistro and Irish Pub
The Goose’s Acre Bistro and Irish Pub is another local favorite manned by current owners Brian Young, and Colm O’Neil. The bistro serves a variety of dishes including authentic Irish pub meals, comfort foods, salads, and a wide selection of drinks. If you’re looking for a fun dining experience you may want to come in on Tuesdays to enjoy the 50% discount on bottles of wine and beers and spirits for only $3.
The Olive Oil Restaurant
If you’re looking for a Greek Restaurant or other Mediterranean staple meals in The Woodlands, you may want to visit The Olive Oil Restaurant . They offer delectable meals, excellent drinks, friendly staff, and a welcoming atmosphere. Visit on a Friday or Saturday night for some live music, belly dancers, and plate-smashing.
House of Pies
House of Pies is the perfect place to go to for sweet tooths looking for the best tasting and freshest homemade pies in the city. Choose from the extensive pie menu including forty different pie flavors, such as cherry, blueberry, pippin apple, Dutch apple, banana cream, coconut cream, and chocolate cream, as well as specialty cakes and brownies.
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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: 8 Food Businesses to Support at the Farmers Market
For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we have compiled a list of Asian Pacific American-owned food businesses that are part of CUESA’s farmers market community. Enjoy locally made miso, kimchi, momos, and other delicious handcrafted products, while supporting food businesses owned by Asian and Pacific Islands Americans who are making our food more diverse, healthy, and delicious.
Aedan Fermented Foods
Following the 2011 earthquake in her home country of Japan, Mariko Grady started selling her homemade miso to friends to raise money for the victims. Through Aedan Fermented, she now brings the traditions of healthy and flavorful Japanese cuisine to the table with fermented foods such as miso, koji, and amazake. Must-try at the market: While their country miso is widely popular among market goers and chefs, their shio koji (a living fungus that is used to ferment soybeans and potatoes for sake, among other things) imparts a rich savory flavor to every dish. It can be used in place of salt in dishes or sauces, giving you an umami-rich way to lower the sodium content. Where to find them: Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturdays
An immigrant from Kathmandu and a participant in La Cocina’s food business incubator program, Bini Pradhan prides herself in being the only Nepalese caterer in San Francisco. Through her momos (Nepalese dumplings), Bini recalls not only the foods of her upbringing, but also the feeling of community and celebration during countless gatherings with her parents, siblings, and friends. Must-try at the market: The momos, of course! Available filled with turkey or vegetables, and served with a spicy tomato cilantro sauce. Where to find them: Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturdays
As a child in Vietnam, Minh Tsai took morning strolls with his grandpa to the neighborhood tofu shack. The freshness and artisan-quality of the soymilk, tofu, and yuba of his childhood eluded Minh for many years and ultimately led him to leave a finance career to found Hodo in 2004. Hodo now supplies tofu to Chipotle nationwide, sweetgreen, and notable Bay Area restaurants including The Slanted Door, State Bird Provisions, The Progress, SHED Cafe at Healdsburg Shed, and Mister Jiu’s. Must-try at the market: One of Hodo’s most popular products is their Sesame Yuba Noodles, which are made from the protein-packed skin that forms on the surface of soy milk when making tofu. They’re delicious hot added to a stir-fry, and equally good cold right out of the box for a quick meal. Where to find them: Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturdays (Photo: Jen Siska)
La Vie Wellness
Since 1995, yoga enthusiast Yeyen Gunawan has been crafting probiotic juices, wellness beverages, and superfood snacks as La Vie. Yeyen researched the benefits of raw food, juicing, and probiotics and began making food and lifestyle changes to bring herself back to health. Since 2005, she has been sharing what she discovered through her line of La Vie Wellness drinks and juice cleanses. A long-time believer in the importance of access to local and fresh foods, she sells her products at farmers markets and local grocery stores throughout the Bay Area. Must-try at the market: For a healthy morning pick-me-up, stop by her Jack London Square market stand for kvass, kefirs, pure coconut water, green smoothies, or sprouted almond milks. Where to find them: Jack London Square Farmers Market on Sundays (Photo: La Vie Wellness)
The Lee brothers—Dennis, Daniel, and David—founded Namu in December 2006 with the intention of serving contemporary California cuisine with an Asian flair. The Lees felt the contemporary American restaurant world lacked diversity and set out to serve food they loved and were inspired by. Namu now offers vegan and vegetarian options on their menu as a way to introduce another perspective on food for plant-based eaters. They source directly from farmer Kristyn Leach of Namu Farm , who specializes in vegetables and herbs that are traditional to Korean cuisine. Must-try at the market: If you love bibimbap, try their dosirak! This dish includes housemade vegetarian kimchee, mung bean sprout, white rice, toasted seaweed, and daily pickle and your choice of chicken or tofu. Where to find them: Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays
The Malik brothers worked with Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian Foods in the farmers market for more than 10 years, doing almost 25 farmers markets per week for Sukhi’s. During their market days, the brothers had realized that customers are familiar with Indian food, but not with Pakistani cuisine. The Malik brothers founded Roti in 2017 to introduce Pakistani food in farmer markets. Directly from Punjab Pakistan, Roti offers authentic Pakistani vegan cuisine using generations-old family recipes, regional spices, and local ingredients. Must-try at the market: If you had naan before, try their stuffed paratha, which is essentially stuffed flatbread with spinach. Their chutney sauces are also great with the parathas! Where to find them: Mission Community Market on Thursdays
Aruna was born in South Korea and grew up in a Buddhist monastery where homegrown vegetables were at the heart of every meal. She launched Volcano Kimchi in San Francisco in 2014 with the aim of creating a high-quality, organic, vegan kimchi reminiscent of her youth. Must-try at the market: Volcano’s signature product is Napa Cabbage and Jicama Kimchi, while seasonal ferments include products like Super Spicy Habanero Persimmon Kimchi, Oyster Kimchi, and Jicama Kimchi Salsa, all using ingredients from the farmers market. Where to find them: Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturdays (Photo: Volcano Kimchi)
Wise Goat Organics
After years slinging produce for Heirloom Organic Gardens farm, Mary Risavi moved on to pursue her master’s in Traditional Chinese Medicine, but she now brings her passion for local produce and nutrition back to the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market with Wise Goat Organics, a one-woman kraut business based in San Juan Bautista. Must-try at the market: Wise Goat’s hyper-local krauts, kimchis, and kvasses rotate with the seasons and range from classic to experimental. For a supercharged health boost, try their Supergreen Kraut (with spirulina, chlorella, and stinging nettles) or Golden Kraut (with turmeric and other spices). Where to find them: Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturdays (Photo: Wise Goat Organics) Posted In
Rajasthan: A Seed Story
By Adam Alexander Sustainable Food Trust May 3, 2019 Much of Rajasthan is semi- or hyper-arid and home to a large number of well-adapted local varieties of cash crops that farmers have been saving seed from, for generations. Adam Alexander, who calls himself a ‘seed detective’, travels across the state to see how this tradition is faring and just how secure these commercially and culturally important varieties are. Being bounced about in the back of an ancient open jeep was a small price to pay for a heart-warming discovery I was shortly to make. January may well be mid-winter in southern Rajasthan, but the temperature is normally redolent of a pleasant summer’s day at home in south Wales. This winter was different. There had been a succession of unexpected night frosts. This had proven a challenge for many of the small subsistence farmers I had been meeting on my journey through the state. The genetic diversity of edible crops is being lost at an alarming rate globally. In my work, growing and saving seeds of rare and endangered cash crops, I was keen to gain an understanding of the challenges and realities for an expanding cohort of horticulturalists that were continuing a traditional, low-input sustainable model of cultivation and responding to an increasing demand for organically grown produce. This is how I found myself at the gate of a small compound about 40 kilometres north of Jodhpur, in gently undulating countryside near the town of Mathania, centre of a region famous throughout India for its prized chillies. The Mathania chilli has been highly valued for its fine culinary qualities; floral and aromatic when first cut, they are large, slender fruit with more spice than bald heat. A staple of Rajasthan cuisine for generations, it is still an important crop for those few farmers who are able to grow them despite a dramatically diminishing aquifer. However, what is now being cultivated is but a pale imitation of the original fruit. On my travels, everyone I spoke to about this famous chilli grumbled about it having changed in the last twenty years or so. Farmers, due to problems with irrigation and low yields, have been switching from their own saved seed to modern cultivars, mostly F1 hybrids, which give greater yields, but perversely require more water, are more sensitive to low temperatures and genetically narrower than the native varietal. Chillies easily cross-pollinate so the introduction of new varieties into a farming system, where the average holding is about 20 acres, has meant that the Mathania now consists mostly of introduced genetic material, according to the plant scientists I met at the Agricultural Research Station in Bikaner , which is at the forefront of improving crop varieties that can grow in semi- and hyper-arid environments. Sellers in local markets and every farmer I spoke to about this chilli, all said the same thing: what is being sold as a Mathania doesn’t have the same culinary traits as the open-pollinated plant. If true, this was a story that had become familiar to me over many years of tracking down rare and endangered local varieties that are intrinsic to native food cultures. Locally developed varieties, with their well-adapted traits, thrive in their home ground, grown from genetically distinct seeds that have been saved by generations of farming families, are replaced by modern cultivars that offer improved yields and better prices. It is entirely understandable that farmers who, for the most part, are barely able to scrape a living from the land, should want to improve their prospects with new varieties. I found that once a farmer switches to a modern cultivar, they stop growing and saving seed from their own local varieties as they no longer perceive the need to do so. After just two or three years, the genetic diversity and unique qualities of those local crops is lost for ever. I was welcomed by the diminutive Mrs Devi into her Mathania home, a coral of round, white-painted cob rooms set in an immaculate earth courtyard. The wife of a share-cropper with about 20 acres of land, I was visiting her to find out more about what local varieties of crops – if any – were still being grown in the region. We ate chapatis made from her own landrace millet and a curry of yoghurt from the milk of her heavenly Rajasthani sheep, flavoured with seeds from nearby wild Khejri – the sacred desert tree Prosopis cineraria , endemic to Rajasthan cultural life and a hugely important source of fodder, firewood, fencing, joinery timber and protein. I couldn’t help noticing in a corner of the compound a small pile of chillies, harvested from a tiny plot where a dozen or so plants grew. My guide Pritam Singh, also a farmer, was beside himself. He needed just one sniff, one bite and with a smile that would have lightened up the darkest night, declared that this chilli tasted and smelled of his childhood. This was the real thing. I too, sniffed and ate – scrumptious! Mrs Devi kindly gave me a small handful of seeds from this year’s crop. She had been growing her chillies for as long as she could remember, as had her mother before. There were no other chillies being grown for miles around. I believed I had stumbled across something all the experts had told me was extinct. This was just one of a number of inspiring encounters that I had with farmers throughout Rajasthan. I had been told by Dr Shekhawat, Head of Plant Breeding and Genetics at Swami Keshwanand Rajasthan Agricultural University in Bikaner – who had bred one of India’s most widely grown cultivars of chickpea – of his despair over the loss of genetic diversity of this key arable crop in Rajasthan. He could find no evidence of any of the 45 local landraces held in the gene bank in Jodhpur still under cultivation. That, of course, isn’t to say that, like the Mathania chilli, they aren’t still being grown. I found a landrace chickpea in the southern Kota region. Farmers would proudly show me their supplies of ‘desi'(‘local’) seeds. The distinctive red carrot of Rajasthan was being widely grown as was coriander for seed, a tomato called Abhilash that was fruiting well despite very cold nights when fleece was needed to protect the crops from frost. I found a local variety of turnip, Shaljum; the ubiquitous white radish, mouli; and a sensational native spinach, Palek, with oak-like leaves. I came across dry and wet-season gourds, lablab beans, peas, cumin and fenugreek being grown by families of farmers in wholly sustainable and low-input environments, all desi landraces. The pressure on farmers to apply costly urea, a synthetic chemical fertiliser, despite government subsidy, further makes the economics of agriculture challenging. These farmers, frequently share-croppers who must give as much as 50% of their income to the land-owner, are only able to scrape a living relying on large subsidies for electricity to pump water, and equipment purchases. There were two examples of farmers that I found greatly encouraging. First, a family of three brothers who shared 30 acres of land that they owned. Half the land was set aside for growing vegetables, and the rest for producing highly valued ghee from a small herd of buffalo and Indian cattle. Theirs was a system with zero external inputs. Crops were grown from their own seed and soil improvement was from manure and compost. The subsidies they received helped them to earn sufficient money, to have recently built a brick home. However, their business model was entirely based on selling their crops through middle-men. Farmers make the least return in the Rajasthani food chain. The sales and distribution system is badly in need of reform, as in the UK and the rest of the developed world, inhibiting the economic viability and sustainability of farming. Although the brothers use organic practices, they don’t call themselves organic farmers and are not selling into this expanding, higher-margin sector – a conservative mindset, the costs of accreditation and lack of ambition are factors. One of their neighbours, Shankar Shrma, somewhat younger and educated, has converted his 20 acres to certified organic horticulture and grows a mix of desi and modern cultivars. He sells through a local network into the urban centres of Jaipur and Delhi, some 6-hours’ drive away. Business is good. The challenge, for Shankar, is to supply a market which, thanks to an increasingly affluent middle-class has developed a taste for more western foods and non-traditional crops. But brassicas, lettuce, strawberries and courgettes invariably have higher water demands. When the water table is falling and there are problems of increased salinity, creating a greater consumer appetite for locally adapted crops that profit the farmer is essential. This, in great part, needs to be driven by opinion leaders who can highlight the importance, economically, culturally and environmentally of desi crops. Mrs Devi, with her desi sheep and chillies, has a family story which represents the challenges facing food production in Rajasthan. Her children are the first generation to receive a full education. Her daughter is studying medicine, one of her sons is a career soldier and her eldest son is renting more land with his father to grow arable crops. Hopefully, placing sustainable and profitable farming at the centre of agricultural policy in India means Mrs Devi will not be the last generation of custodians of the Mathania chilli. Photograph: Adam Alexander
Top 20 Seasoning Every The kitchen area Must Have
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nine. Sweet paprika . Customarily and culturally it was placed in Spain. Commonly, sweet paprika is put into meet, which include pork, meats, and beef. By the way, varied spices match different kinds of center. Any sausage should have the ingredient to make it successful. Lovely paprika adds heat to some dish. Its useful for one’s body because paprika cleans a stomach.
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13. Cinnamon is a great and the many favorite love for food handling business . In order to cook apple inc pie, doughnuts, or charming roll, bring cinnamon with very little hesitation. A earthy together with nutty personal taste will suit any kitchen’s. By the way, that spice will work for one’s wellbeing.
14. Garlic oil powder . It is very near have really spice at your house. Garlic again is a very useful product. It had been used in Older Egypt besides as a food items supplement as well as as a medicinal drugs. Now garlic powder gives nice odor to a plate, particularly to be able to meat course. Be careful, tend not to add using this liven. It has a very good smell , so sometimes it can rot the all natural smell associated with a dish. Often it is added in into stews and broths. Women which is used to throw beans powder directly into seasonings along with marinades.
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15. Sage is a most desired spice for many. It makes a new dish consequently savory . Sage certainly noble love. It deviates from quite a few. Its quality is very special. Probably the good reason lies in its medical properties. It has minty and herbal smell. Meats dishes, gravies, and seasonings will flavor wonderful with sage.
07. Nutmeg powdered can also be very easily added to sugary baked goods . In The european countries people frequently throw nutmeg powder as soon as cook stewed vegetables, mutton, pasta, plus soup. Another dish is extremely delicious utilizing nutmeg talc. Because of its sugary and poisonous flavor, it will be used seeing that addition to both major meals and even desserts.
seventeen-year-old. Cardamom pulverulence. People take advantage of the spice while making dinners and liquids. It has gentle, light, small bitter, but sweet taste. Indians know everything regarding cardamom. These people call that the full of salt . Almost all sweets inside India hold the flavor for cardamom. With North portions of Europe people add this while baking bread.
20. Onion powder is a very helpful method of stocking and using the particular spice. To be able to make a salguero or preparing tasty and even little bit charming, add red onion powder. That brings attractive aroma to some dish.
19. Clove is usually included in marinades. That brightens some sort of savory meals. To make a piece of food special with aromatic flavour, add cloves. Many regular folks throw that into jams . Cooked fruits continually taste wonderful with cloves. Again, this can be a popular spice in Of india cuisine. One can use the powder or perhaps whole ingredient. Someone states that a pumpkin pie is certainly wonderful if perhaps to add cloves.
20. Floor allspice . Often everyone is confused with the name of this love. They think this is the mix of various ingredients. Literally, allspice produced out of all berries from one hardwood . Regarding Caribbean meals it is the a lot of essential love. Asians as well prefer ground allspice. Throughout parts of the entire world it is used in making seasonings for beef. In the USA you add them while producing sweets. Very low pungent flavoring with some says of cloves.
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