I am so exited to be sharing two guest posts with you all within a week! Though my blog is just 6 months old, my love for trying out new food and browsing food blogs is almost a decade old now. One of the first blogs I fell in love with was ‘Monsoon Spice’. In those days whenever I wanted a recipe for a particular dish from my region (Mangalore) I would immediately look up MS as I was sure it had everything I would look for. For a very long time I had no idea who Sia was. When I finally found out that it’s the same Sia, my neighbor from Puttur I was thrilled! We grew up in the same town, on the same street and studied in the same school! But it was our love for food which brought us together once again!
Now that I am a food blogger myself, my respect and love for Monsoon Spice has only doubled. Blogging fabulously well for over 5 years is a HUGE accomplishment. Being just 6 months old in food blogging Sia is a super senior to me and I have a lot of respect for her! When Sia asked me if I could guest post for her I almost jumped with joy! I was going to be writing for one of the best Indian food blogs I know Thank you so much for the opportunity Sia…
It took me so long to actually decide on what to cook for MS. I wanted it to be Indian as that’s what MS really stands for. But there were hardly any Indian Dishes that Sia hadn’t blogged I decided that I was going to use some local Indian vegetable and basic Indian spices and develop something new. That is exactly what I have done with this simple Taro curry.
Head over to Monsoon Spice for this simple curry which is oil free, healthy and vegan, a hearty curry perfect for cold December evenings.