Continuing from my earlier post on Top 10 tips to make really good salads, I’m hoping you’re suitably inspired to make salads a part of your everyday diet. Since 1st Jan turned out to be a Friday this year, it is good to get started on a healthy eating resolution from Monday onwards 🙂 (this is also
Roasted seasonal figs, hearty chickpeas and punchy rocket leaves come together in this delicious healthy salad
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.
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
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
Quinoa has been rapidly climbing the popularity charts among superfoods. Once unheard of in India, it has now become a household name and I’m sure even my grandma is aware of this now 🙂 A funny thing about Quinoa is that it quite the mispronounced food – often called “Queen-o-wa” and what not . A
This Grilled Paneer Salad with fresh spinach and seasonal mangoes is not just a stunning dish, but also perfect as a large center-piece salad for a dinner party or a barbecue party.
Planting cold kisses everywhere, “I am here, I am here,” calls out the winter air
Noodles with plenty of vegetables, a lip-smacking dressing and lots of crushed peanuts make this a happy lunch! Or something to pack in your lunchbox.
Since I have decided that I will do something newsworthy, every single month of 2014 (at least newsworthy of the blog headlines), this is the big news of Jan 2014. Saffron Trail is on YouTube. After Blog–Facebook Page–Twitter–one might think YouTube is the natural progression to this train of thi
Watch a video of me making Khamang Kakdi. I’m a Bombay girl, born, brought up and spent all my years in that city. In fact, my maternal family has been in Bombay for three generations before me, so our attachment to that cuty is deep rooted. I’ve been out of my home city for some 4 years now and wh
There’s news to share with you. Because here’s where it all started. Over 7 years ago. Cooking, writing about it, sharing recipes and the love for food. Teaching how to cook would seem like a natural progression after soaking myself in cooking and baking for over a decade and yet somehow it’s taken