Discussion in 'General Discussions - USA & Canada' started by Jithiks, Apr 7, 2009.
Uncle Ben long grain rice for dosa batter
(1) Baby Potatoes from Whole Foods or Trader Joe's.
These are really good and I usually pressure cook them for 2 whistles and it comes out really well.
I used them to make dum aloo, regular aloo roast and any other recipe that calls for potatoes.
(2) Cranberry almond bars from whole foods
(3) Delectable Deglet Noor Dates from Costco
(4) Organic Quinoa from Costco
Nanak Ghee from Costco - 56oz for $15.
Verka Paneer from Costco - huge slab for $8 (husband loves paneer dishes, and I make them often. One slab comes for about a month for me.
Zadan yohurt drink - original -from Cermak or other groceries - If you like lassi you will LOVE this one.
Choceur chocolates from Aldi - various types. These chocolates are from Europe.
s, i have done veg , chicken, egg puffs with the pepper ridge farm pastry sheets, its good. my son likes it so much.
people who love to eat soya beans which we get in india freshly. i used to buy the frozen pict sweet brand soya, its good, the same type original soya beans
Tried KITCHEN KING BASMATI - on diwali sale at the moment at $ 9.99 bought from Subzi Mandi , Amazing rice super long grain just like noodles. Anyday better than Kohinoor ,tilda and specially ROYAL -
Nice thread. Noodle noobie here, if you dont count the Maggi indulges. Looking for inputs on which noodles are considered healthy. Also looking for recommendations on best "thin" noodles brand in the US. TIA!