Methi Dal is a simple dish of yellow lentils (tur dal) and fresh methi (fenugreek leaves), gently spiced with fresh ginger, garlic and garam masala powder. A bowl of methi dal with steaming hot rice… [Continue Reading]
An easy recipe for preparing crispy Kale chips in under 10 minutes in the Air fryer. Also includes instructions on how to bake these chips in a convection oven. The post also answers some of… [Continue Reading]
Sheem Paturi is an exotic vegetarian dish from the kitchens of Bengal, in which Sem or flat beans, smothered in a freshly ground mustard and chill paste, is steam cooked in banana leaf parcels. Sheem… [Continue Reading]
Looking for a Valentine’s Day menu? Get this easy-to-put together yet special dinner idea below! Valentine’s day is here. There’s no escaping the red hearts and red roses, the cliched pink teddy bears and other cheesy… [Continue Reading]
Methi na dhebra is a gluten-free flatbread made using sorghum and pearl millet flour, fresh fenugreek leaves. This is a popular recipe from Gujarat, a state in Western India. A couple of months ago, I happened… [Continue Reading]
Dutch Apple Cake Recipe inspired from the heartwarming apple cake we had in Amsterdam, adapted from a Rachel Allen Recipe Memories from our trip to Europe After losing ALL our money in the train ride… [Continue Reading]
A simple homestyle mixed vegetable kootu made using seasonal winter vegetables, lentils and a freshly ground coconut paste. Goes best with rice.
￼ Menthya Matvadi (Matodi) Palya is a dish made using fenugreek leaves and lentils, a sort of dry curry that can be eaten with both rotis and rice.
The DIY beauty scrubs can be made in less than 5 minutes and they will last you all winter, bestowing you with a soft, glowing skin. Check out my 2 favourite recipes here.
This authentic recipe for Punjabi style Khatti Meethi Kaddu ki Sabzi comes from a friend’s mother who is a brilliant cook. This is THE sabzi to eat with Pooris.
Apple, Fig and Poppyseed Muffins – delicious and simple, bake them over the weekend for a teatime snack!
Combining the goodness of yellow pumpkin and dates in one cake, perfect for kids’ lunchbox or a tea time guilt-free treat.