The days are getting shorter, the air feels cool and brisk, and the leaves are changing colors. (True confession time: I’m a member of the “I will go out of my way to step on a crunchy leaf” group on Facebook.)
The onset of Autumn is best welcomed with a warm, cozy home-cooked meal. The Indian meal of chole fits that exact description.
It’s one of the easiest Indian vegetables to make; all that is needed is garbanzo beans and a simple to make gravy. Here is a recipe.
The tandoori naan is courtesy of Trader Joe’s, and I love having a side raita (yogurt) and onions.
Also, I have to share my new favorite soda (also thanks to Trader’s Joe): Organic Blood Orange Soda. It’s similar to orange soda, yet tastes fresher and an added bonus: it has less preservatives.
Do you have a favorite recipe that you make in the fall?
I’m trying out the blood orange soda next time I’m at trader joes! 🙂
Tell me what you think! 🙂