Monthly Archives: September 2013

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Sula Indian Restaurant’s Meatless Monday Recipe: Dal Shorba

Whether you are a vegetarian, vegan, straight up carnivore, or an all round connoisseur, there’s something intriguing about Meatless Monday. Originally, Meatless Monday, began in World War I as part of the war effort and now it’s being revived by organizations like Earthsave Canada in an effort to spread awareness about sustainability. Meatless Monday has once again caught on. With Indian cuisine, for example, going meatless is easy. Often, what makes a curry, rice preparation, soup, or speciality dish amazing has nothing to do with […]

spiced sweet potatoes

Your Thanksgiving Spread: Spiced Sweet Potatoes – Sula Indian Restaurant Home Cookin’ Recipe + Tips Series:

In just a few days Fall 2013 will officially begin. Along Vancouver’s Commercial Drive it feels like it has already started—kids are back in school, it’s dark out earlier and lets face it, we’ve already cracked out our jeans, scarves and 80’s inspired cardigans. Yet, that’s OK because some of the best holidays happen at this time of year. Labor Day weekend, for example, is the last opportunity to run off on an impromptu beach/fishing/camping/”insert your favorite outdoor activity” getaway. […]

Palak Paneer

Super Foods: Sula Indian Restaurant Home Cookin’ Recipe + Tips Series

What to eat and what not to eat has always been and will likely continue to be a major topic of conversation. Whether it’s between you and your friends/family/the media/the diet industry/health professionals and whomever else, the specific topics will always change—there will always be new opinions, and new ideas. That’s totally fine. The part of the conversation that we are interested in is what flavors best influence our dishes. What methods or ideas from different regions in India can […]

Basmati Rice: Sula Indian Restaurant Home Cookin’ Recipe + Tips Series

Rice, like pasta, is one of those items that seems as if it’s incredibly easy to put together but doesn’t always work out. Often it’s just a few really simple moves that can ‘make or break’ it. As food lovers, and restaurateurs, we’re the first to say that it is just as important to make sure that the basics (rice, naan, even chai) are made right. There’s nothing worse than hosting a fabulous dinner party and having clumpy rice, burnt […]

Easy Chutney – Sula Indian Restaurant at Home

There’s something about being able to just dip. If you’re a parent, dips are the perfect bribe when it comes to getting your kids to eat. Ketchup, mustard, relish, all trusted standbys. There’s also soy sauce, wasabi, anything with red chilli mixed in, salsa, butter’n’onions, or that orangey-spicy fake cheese that could be toxic but is secretly amazing—just to name a few amongst thousands. When it comes to Indian cuisine, raita, tamarind, and chutney are some of the standards. Chutney, […]