We love food from all over the globe. That's why we decided to serve you a dish that is not only cultured but EXTREMELY quick to whip up. Within 15 minutes, you can experience a dish that is spicy, savory, and (maybe) a little sensual. For a low-carb version, use cauliflower instead of rice as the base for this dish. We promise, it's just as delicious!
Cauliflower is a member of the famed cruciferous veg family and its brethren includes brussel sprouts, cabbage, cress, bok choy, and broccoli. Once originating in the Mediterranean region, 89% of the store bought cauliflower is now grown in California. Feeling adventurous? We encourage you to make this week's Roasted Cauliflower Mash recipe with either the purple, orange, or green cauliflower varieties!
The word crostini means little toasts in Italian, a fitting name for these crunchy and versatile vehicles of goodness. Originating in medieval times, these little toasts were usually topped with cheeses, meats, sauces, herbs, and vegetables. The flavors and topping choices are truly endless. Want to make this dish but need the proper ingredients? Well, we got you covered! Take a quick peek at our store for any items you may need to recreate this delicious recipe! We sincerely hope you enjoyed this dish. Cheers,The Swamy's
Crumbles, an economical alternative to pies, were all the rave in Britain during WWII. The dish continued its popularity due to its simplicity, deliciousness, and cost-effectiveness. Whether you're a working parent strapped for time or someone that has been affected financially by covid, this easy to make treat will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth without breaking the bank.
What's more American than biscuits and gravy? At least this dish is something to be proud of (no comment on the buffoonery of the latest presidential debate). Lord, pray for us. I'll tell you what's more American... our latest recipe, Biscuits & Curry! What better way to depict this wonderful country, by fusing an American classic with a curry, a diverse dish consumed by many countries. I think we can all agree that America is "a little bit of a fixer upper" but none the less, the land of opportunity built with the help of immigrants.