Alu paratha or potato stuffed Indian flatbread is possibly the most popular stuffed paratha. I have never met anyone who did not like a hot alu paratha straight off the tava, served with a cube of butter that melts in the heat of the paratha to make a small pool of fatty goodness to top the carb ind
2014 has taken off and how! Other than the workshops at Saffron Trail Kitchen, I was called in for some corporate workshops on healthy cooking in Feb, in which I had a lot of fun, interacting with a variety of audiences. Pic courtesy: Harsha Priolkar March started off with me having a stall selling
At the beginning of 2013, I asked for your feedback on my Facebook Page on the kind of things you’d like to see on the blog this year and that I’ll try and incorporate some of your recipe requests. And the one thing that was a popular demand was a healthy loaf of bread. So here’s my attempt to share
This is a quick and easy cake made with just 2 tablespoons of oil, egg free, and big on flavour. Perfect with a cup of tea or coffee
A trip to Madras is incomplete without a drive to Pondicherry. Once, we took up a homestay and stayed over for a couple of nights – walking around the lovely streets in the French quarter, peering into some bookshops, boutiques, incense and candle shops while we were there. During a peek into one su
Apple, Fig and Poppyseed Muffins – delicious and simple, bake them over the weekend for a teatime snack!
‘Tis the season of fresh green peas and while I always have on hand large packet of frozen peas, the taste of fresh green peas is something else. There is an extremely simple recipe – which my friend had shared with me last season, where if you buy large quantities of peas, say 2 kilos or so, you sh
As kids, most of us have this love affair with Tutti Frutti, be it in ice cream or in fruit-bread or in cakes. I had bought some in different colours for the christmas fruit cake and some leftovers were asking to be baked into fresh fruit buns. I am a bit wary about letting Atri eat these tutti frut