If you have access to fresh limes, use them instead of the rice vinegar! If you don’t like cilantro you can leave it out or replace it with fresh mint. I love Mexican food and this is an easy go to side dish for any Mexican meat or dairy meal!
These gluten-free Indian inspired latkes are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They are so flavorful (yet not overwhelming) that you won’t need any toppings!
Tips for successful latkes: Drain as well as you can. Don’t make too many at a time and don’t move them or touch them in between. Use a spatula and a wooden spoon to turn the latkeh to its other side. If your oil gets dirty and bubbly, pour it out and pat the pan dry with a towel and use fresh oil for the next batch.
This is such a great dish and takes no time to make! Add your own favorite fresh herbs to it; my top choices would be mint, cilantro or basil (or all three!)
This soup is so hearty and great if you are having a crowd on a cold day. I put regular dried black beans in and they were fully cooked within 2 hours.
Amba is a tangy mango pickle condiment which originated in India and became popular in Middle Eastern cuisine. You can find it at almost every falafel and Shawarma shop in Israel! This is my quick version of how to incorporate some of the flavors without having to have dehydrated lemons on hand!