One of the most underrated Indian cuisines, Sindhi cuisine is spectacular and needs to be talked about more often. Alka Keswani has been running a food blog since 2008 and dives into traditional recipes ranging from basic Sindhi curry and aloo tuk to nuanced recipes like kuneh ja bhee (steamed lotus stem chaat) and awran jo murabo (canned currants), anything suitable for a growing crop. meal plan for adults. She has a special kids’ corner on her blog where this mother-of-one shares recipes that will delight even the pickiest of eaters. These include dal sandwiches, tuk chaat, kulfi, etc. Since Sindhi food is not too high in dairy, some of these ideas are also suitable for those following a vegan diet.
Mom under pressure
If you are a busy Indian mom, this one is for you. Michele Narsinghani is a clinical pharmacist and mother of a four-year-old child. She’s based in Chicago and her take on Indian cuisine is regional and traditional, yet modern and cool. Take for example the paneer pizza with hariyali pesto, the vegan eggplant kofta, the keema stuffed naans that she talks about on her blog. She calls herself Mom Under Pressure due to the fact that her busy schedule leaves her with little time to waste, but she insists on beautiful, glamorous, and delicious meals for her family. Apart from Indian cuisine, you will also find cakes, pastries, wraps and pies on her blog.