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Give Me Some Spice
Welcome to Give Me Some Spice. It features Authentic Traditional Indian V..

The split val beans make a nice curry which is rich in protein.  Val ni dall has a slightly stronger lentil taste than mung dall.  ..read more

Since taking up the Veganuary challenge last year and again this year, I have found quite a bit of exposure for my blog. I got interviewed ..read more

Have you tried the new Jus-Rol Sourdough Pizza base?  I hadn’t until my son bought it to for me to try.  It’s suitable for ..read more

Frankies are a popular street food in Mumbai where they make soft chappatis and fill them likea wrap using a spicy potato filling. I used ..read more

For my breakfast, I love having cold overnight oats with fruit amd yogurt but my husband likes to have hot oats with fruit and milk.  ..read more

With most of my Indian meals, I like to include a salad, chutney, raita or a salsa dish using whatever I happen to have in the fridge. I ..read more

Like most Indians I tend to make a selection of chutneys and pickles to serve with our food.  I remember my mum and MIL coming up with ..read more

Most Indian homes have a tray of pickles and dips on their dining table to add extra flavours to the meal and in the same way they have ..read more

Doing Veganuary 2020 is introducing me to new ingredients. Tempeh is one of them. Being a food blogger – I had herad of tempeh but never ..read more

I wanted to share three easy and simple recipes that will help get your own Veganuary journey off to a flying start. These basic vegan ..read more

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