This Egg and Potato Salad with Bengali flavours, cuts down all the heaviness and calories from mayo. Allowing it to sit for a couple of hours in the refrigerator, ensures that the salad absorbs all the flavours from the spices.
Archives for September 2015
This dish, traditionally a rice & eggplant dish made using freshly ground spices, is made a little healthier by using Foxtail Millet. Also experimenting with an organic ready spice mix for Vangi Bhath here.
The perfect cake to kick off fall, or to use up apples – either way this Super Moist Eggless Apple Cake is the perfect tea cake, and reasonably healthy too. You’ll find a secret here to keeping it super moist despite not using eggs. Read on to find out 🙂
A simple, warm and comforting soup for the cooler evenings – made using spring onions, pumpkin and lentils
When I started my blog Saffron Trail in 2006, Blogger was the obvious choice. While I was aware of Wordpress, I found the former interface much simpler, easier to customize and I started blogging there. I’m a creature of habit, and I happily plonked myself on Blogger platform for 9+ years. Some 3 mo
This apple, peanut butter & cheddar sandwich is surely an upgrade from my undying love for the quintessential Bombay chutney toasted sandwich!
When we were setting up our terrace kitchen garden 4 years ago, I was insistent on having a passion flower climber to grow around the railings. The way the graceful leaves hang over the deck and produce those stunningly showy red passion flowers, was what I had in mind. After some months, the sapli
“Food is our common ground, a universal experience.” – James Beard Nothing brings together people like food does. With this in mind, BetterButter was launched in August 2015, as a platform where people can share, showcase and search all kinds of recipes. Sukhmani Bedi and Niyaz Laiq, the people beh
I spent most of last week in my home city, Mumbai. Given a chance, the husband will take me out for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bye bye waistline. But yes, I do give in sometimes, and love to eat at the places that are unique to the city, such as a chaat at my local bhelwala and breakfast at King