Can’t be on the lovely Juhu Beach or coasts of India, but you can always count on a “beach getaway” from the comforts of your home, spicy, breezy, culinary style.
On that Indo-Chinese kick, one of my favorite street food noodle classics that you can find me craving at anytime, ordered with a side of chili chicken of course! Follow @TheSharedSpice on Instagram for a step-by-step live demo for this recipe!
My go-to atypical non-boring homemade stir fry recipe – served in 20 minutes or less!
Fusing Indian Spices with Thai-style cooking & the fragrance of beautiful lemongrass. The “best of both worlds” when it comes to two cuisines I absolutely love. Follow @TheSharedSpice on Instagram for a step-by-step live demo for this recipe!
Taking the classic Philly cheesesteak and adding an Indian fusion touch, inspired by Little Sicily Pizza II (#IYKYN). A sandwich that is [Phila] love for a city I’ve grown to love.
Using fall squashes to add a guilt-free, but flavor explosion take on a fire Thai dish. Don’t forget that cold craft beer on the side. Follow @TheSharedSpice on Instagram for a step-by-step live demo for this recipe!
Putting my own unique twist to this famous dish for a seamless, vegetarian, tasty Thai meal, all for you. Follow @TheSharedSpice on Instagram for a step-by-step live demo for this recipe!
My version of stuffed shells involves 0 tomatoes, and a whole lotta’ silky goodness.
Tasty. Tangy. Filling. Homemade meal in less than 20 minutes. That’s SHRIMP for y’all PIMPS.
Kapow Jae, noun: Hot, spicy (*** level), and oh so delectable vegetarian friendly Thai basil stir fry made with a dash of #thesharedspice love that will transport your taste buds to the streets of Bangkok.
What are your dinner plans tonight? A trip to Southern California without leaving your kitchen. Well, unless you already live in SoCal, and if you do – HI I’M HELLA JEALOUS. Also psst, I’m sharing one of my best kept secret recipes that I have kept hidden for way too long. Oh you know, no…
It’s April. It’s officially Spring. But wait, what’s that? Spring weather decided to ghost us all and now we’re left still hanging out in our snuggies and fuzzy socks and in need of comfort food because we’re at a loss of how to say warm? No worries, I gotchu.