This pearl millet recipe needs overnight prep in terms of soaking. That apart, this gluten free grain combined with mung dal and vegetables, makes a wholesome healthy meal. It is also an excellent recipe for… [Continue Reading]
Sheet pan eggplant is the quickest and easiest way to make an eggplant side dish. You can also use this recipe to prepare a variety of meals as explained in the post below. Have you… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for Aloo Palak Biryani | Aloo Palak Rice | Spinach Potato Rice with spices Last evening was one of those times where I got totally stuck on what to cook for dinner. Yes, cookbook… [Continue Reading]
Bhindi masala – A popular Indian curry made using Bhindi (lady’s finger / okra), onions and tomato, using common Indian spices. Best served with roti or dal & rice. Get the simple recipe here.
This vegan creamy cauliflower soup has flavours of an Indian curry. This spiced soup is thick and hearty– pairs well with crusty bread. It is cauliflower season in India. Winters give us a bountiful harvest… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for a Pumpkin Dahl with lots of ginger. It makes a hearty vegan and gluten free when combined with a bowl of cooked brown rice or millets. Combining pumpkin is lentils is quite common… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for Spicy Cabbage Sabzi | Cabbage curry for Rotis / Chapathis | Spicy Cabbage Curry Cabbage is an incredibly useful vegetable for those aiming for a low-cal or low-carb diet. Being quite a bland… [Continue Reading]
Saag aloo recipe is popular on the menu in most Indian restaurants outside India. If you want to try it out at home, it is one of the simplest Indian dishes that you can get… [Continue Reading]
The one potato recipe you MUST have in your folder of favourite recipes – crispy masaledaar, crusted with dry spices, super delicious with naan, roti or dal and rice. Get it 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.
Hello and glad to see you in the new year. Trying to stick to my resolutions (to blog more regularly) – I was ready with the draft 3 days ago, but that’s when respiratory infection and bronchitis caught up with me and has kept me down for over 3 days. In Bombay, the temperature difference is well ov