I first tasted these fluffy rice cakes when my ex-boss got them in her lunch box. She said her mom made them with ground rice and yeast and it is quite simple. Several google searches later, trying all possible spellings, I landed on this recipe given by a forum member of Forum Hub, which was dug ou
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(If you love trying out something new, then do prepare something ethnic for breakfast, something different from your own culture and send it across to Glenna for WBB #14 by 27th August, 10 pm Central Time, details here) Picking a recipe from a place I’ve never visited and preparing it to the best po
Last week we had a pre-Independence day party at home. The night before the party, since I was already busy with all preparations, I was in no mood for any elaborate cooking. We generally do not have rice on a week night, because we both prefer to have rotis or pasta / noodles. Rice comes to rescue
Ratatouille with Cochiglie Rigate – an inspired pasta dish that’s perfect for a one dish dinner.
When Anita, one of my favourite people among the food bloggers called out to us to make pooris, I could not bear to refuse. And let me confess, this is the first time I’ve ever made them. They puffed up beautifully and were a great colour, but I did not want to handle the camera with oily hands, hen
If you are an Indian and a foodie, you MUST read this one….it will have you salivating and feeling utterly patriotic at the same time
Recipe for a Gobo inspired Mango salad. Gobo is a vegan restaurant that I fell in love with in NYC and this salad was the most memorable part of my meal. Kesar variety of mangoes… [Continue Reading]
One of the few cakes that you can bake in a microwave oven – using semolina (rava), banana and coconut milk. Use coconut oil instead of ghee to make this vegan.
When I asked Indira a couple of months ago, what she thought of ‘Chillies’ as a theme for JFI amongst some others, she gave a double thumbs up! After all which person from Andhra worth his / her salt will not light up with excitement at the thought of chillies