The summer is coming to an end and not one mango post on the blog, or so I was thinking. And then life presented me a sour mango this morning… You cut open a luscious looking mango anticipating sweet and juicy fruit, which is already making your mouth water. Sometimes, the mango lives up to your e
Paneer Bhurji is one dish that is good to have in your repertoire of easy, quick dishes that can be made in minutes if you stock store bought paneer. Also, a great vegetarian side to serve your guests, if you cook predominantly non-vegetarian dishes and you find it tough to handle vegetables. Makin
I’ve separated the cauliflower into florets, kept the kadai on the flame and then, I call Amma. “…Amma, how do you make that Cauliflower koottu that you serve with rotis for dinner?” Amma laughs. “But there is no recipe for it. It is the easiest thing ever!” That’s how I extract recipes from my fa
[Those who voted for me and got me into the final 6 Healthy Cooking Blogs, thank you! In the finals, my blog as of now is 5th. Feels kinda pointless asking to vote now as the better blogs lead by tons of votes, but if you’ve loved my work here, go ahead and vote for me. Directions here My garden alw
Celery Rice is a delicious recipe made using the stem and leaves of celery, flavoured with orange zest. Goes well with a continental baked dish or grilled veggies. Mild enough for kids too!
Elephant Yam / Senai / Sooran is one of the underrated Indian vegetables. Read on to get the recipe for a delicious crispy dry curry made using Yam.
A minimalistic Aglio Olio dish flavoured with celery leaves, with a sprinkling of homemade cheese. A quick and easy dinner!
Whoa, it is a month into 2011 and I have already fallen back on my resolution to make 2011 the year with maximum posts on the blog. However, I must share with you the menu for the year end dinner I hosted for friends, a completely vegetarian Lebanese Menu. Details and links to the recipes here. Most
Dear Readers, I have managed to update the recipe index and the blog template after ages. Hope the index is helpful and the colours of the template are cheery enough for you to spend time on the blog. Your constructive feedback is welcome. Coming to this post, this is one of the simplest ways of pr
My post gives you recipe for a 55 calorie phulka and also a detailed formula on how to calculate the calories in any homemade roti or paratha.
It is very simple to prepare Marinara sauce from scratch, so simple that it doesn’t even need a recipe! Full of flavour from fresh ripe tomatoes, garlic and herbs, I haven’t met a person who… [Continue Reading]
If you haven’t had a savoury French toast Indian style (Masala French toast), all spiced up, then it’s time to remedy that pronto. Pantry ingredients, 5 minutes, easy enough for a newbie cook and breakfast… [Continue Reading]