Mumbai Pav Bhaji recipe – super quick recipe with short-cuts Sometimes, you just want a quick pav bhaji for a mid week dinner. The spices, the medley of vegetables, the buttered and toasted pav, all work together to hit the spot! The aroma of this dish takes me back to my home-city, Bombay, where a good pav bhaji was never too far away. I’ve been lucky to live in areas where the nearest pav bhaji was stuff of legends! But where I live in Bangalore, the closest I can get to a kickass pav bhaji is to make it myself….
Lettuce wraps filled with flavoursome vegetables, and topped with a bit of pineapple and coconut. This recipe is SO summer ready!
A modified, easier and healthier version of Capsicums stuffed with besan – a Simla Mirch & Besan subzi to have with rotis. A Rajasthani / Gujarati inspired curry.
Who says veggie burgers aren’t awesome? Once in a while I make veggie burgers for dinner-they are quick and easy to combine all the good stuff in one patty- easily accepted as fun food by adults and kids alike! Take this burger for example, the flavours from each of the six vegetables, tofu for extr
Pav Bhaji is Mumbai’s most popular street food, that has reached hotels and restaurants alike. It tingles the tastebuds with a myriad of flavours. Serve with hot Amul buttered Pav! This is my version of HEALTHY PAV BHAJI.
Looking for a Loaded Nachos recipe that they serve at pubs? You’ve come to the right place – jump in, get the recipe and tuck in!
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
If you love Mexican food, this vegetarian Chili recipe is a good place to start. Serve with corn bread or stuff burritos, it’s 100% YUM~
This dish is modeled after the excellent Vegetable Baath that my mom makes. Baath is nothing to do with bathing, but this is a rice dish, that has loads of vegetables that are finely chopped, sauteed with whole spices and spice powders. The cooked rice is then cooled and delicately hand-mixed with t
I love cooking. But thinking of what to make each day is quite a chore. I generally get out some vegetables from the fridge and make them into anything that comes to my mind. It’s like following my instincts and the ingredients are always throw as you go. That was the main reason for me to start blogging and maintaining a record of recipes which otherwise I would never be able to recreate. Unable to recreate a recipe especially if it turned out wonderfully good the first time is a frustration that I’d experienced several times in the past. But not any longer!