This Fresh, Flavorful, and Frugal recipe was inspired by the incredible country of Lebanon. Lebanese Lettuce Wraps are a sort of ‘deconstructed’ Fatush salad. The Pita bread is replaced with hummus topped Romaine lettuce cups and loaded with fresh cucumbers, radishes, tomatoes, and fresh herbs. Continue reading “Lebanese Lettuce Wraps”
This Delicious, inexpensive and filling recipe serves 6 people for only $3.95 or $0.65 per person. Dan Dan Noodles are mildly spiced and perfect for the whole family. Continue reading “Dan Dan Noodles”
Have you guys seen the Tasting Room ads on Pinterest? “The Netflix for Wine,” I’ll admit it’s a bit gimmicky but it was enough to spark my interest. I am a wine lover and I especially love when I find a high-quality bottle under $20 #frugalwinesnob.
I love trying new wines but as a busy working mom finding the time tow to stop by a wine and spirit store when I don’t have kids in tow is difficult.
The Tasting Room isn’t the first wine club on the internet, but it’s the first one I’ve noticed to target millennials in their marketing. I have been throwing the idea of joining a wine club for a while now, mostly because nothing beats booze delivered to your doorstep. Have you ever tried to juggle a wiggling toddler and a bottle of Beaujolais Nouveau at a wine and spirits shop while the lady behind you is rolling her eyes and judging your life? Continue reading “I tried Tasting Room, here’s what happened.”
On cold days, I love to enjoy comfort foods. One of my favorites is Dal Tadka. It’s a dish I especially enjoy when I am feeling under the weather. Ginger, turmeric, chili, and mustard seeds are warming healing spices that offer immunity boosting and anti-inflammatory properties. Continue reading “Moong Dal Tadka”
Served with a side of Masala Oven Fries and a Fresh Red Onion Chutney, this South-Indy Burger is an excellent Indian-American fusion.
The recipe serves 4 people for $7.65 or $1.91 per serving!
Khaman Dhokla is delicious, fast, cheap, low-fat, high-fiber, and vegan. HA!
The whole recipe cost $1.66 or $0.20 a serving .
My family and I like to eat ours with a quick cilantro chutney made from leftover chili, cilantro, lime juice, and salt. Enjoy it as a snack, side dish, or fantastic breakfast. Continue reading “Khaman Dhokla”
This Palak Paneer is quite different from what you might find in a North American restaurant. It’s a quick and easy side dish or a vegetarian main course when paired with naan, paratha or basmati rice. With only a few simple, cheap and readily available ingredients you can have this gorgeous dish on the table in 20 minutes.
Total cost for this recipe is $6.83 for 4 adult entrée portions.That’s $1.70 per Serving!!! Continue reading “Palak Paneer”