Instant Pot Carrot Halwa || Gajar ka Halwa (Paleo, AIP, Vegan)

Instant Pot Gajar ka Halwa (Dairy free Carrot Halwa)

Gajar ka Halwa is a special Indian dessert made from carrots (Gajar means carrots in Hindi) that has a texture somewhat in between a porridge and a fudge.  Grated carrots stewed with milk and sugar until all the milk evaporates … Continue reading

Chicken Curry Dumpling Soup (Paleo, AIP)

Chicken curry and dumpling soup (paleo, AIP)

   Doesn’t the title make you drool?  I don’t know how I got this idea but one day I was sitting eat my lunch browsing through a recipe magazine, the kind that you get at the grocers these days and I … Continue reading

Pork Vindaloo Kerala Style || Instant Pot Pork Vindaloo

Kerala Pork Vindaloo

    I don’t eat pork that often but this curry is the only way I like to eat it! Growing up, my parents never cooked pork at home and we had it occasionally only at our friends’ homes or when … Continue reading

Instant Pot Indian Mashed Vegetables || Paav Bhaji (Paleo, AIP)

   Ever since I started doing Paleo and AIP, a lot of the Indian street foods went out of my kitchen window!  But slowly each one is making its way back … of course, with some make-overs 🙂 Ha Ha. That’s … Continue reading

Instant Pot Tom Yum Gai || Thai Hot and Sour Chicken Soup (Paleo, AIP)

I love Thai food and it is really one of my favorite cuisines because the food is hot, spicy and tangy – the lemongrass smell is so therapeutic for me and there is nothing like a Tom Yum chicken soup … Continue reading

Beef in toasted coconut curry || Kerala Varatharacha Beef Curry (Paleo, AIP Adaptable)

Kerala Beef Curry(Varatharacha Beef Curry)

Beef and Potatoes anyone? And what if the beef is cooked in a sauce/curry made from toasted coconut and curry spices like fennel and coriander? Hmm…can you imagine the aromas! This traditional Keralan(Kerala is a coastal state in southern India) … Continue reading

Moroccan Chicken with Olives and Preserved Lemons || Instant Pot Moroccan Chicken Stew (Paleo, AIP)

 I have had this exotic cookbook ‘Cafe Morocco’ by Anisa Helou for quite a few years now and every now and then I will take it out of my cookbook shelf and lovingly browse through the recipes.  I find something … Continue reading