Recipe for Mint Rasam / Pudina Rasam / Pudina Shorba – a uniquely flavoured rasam, with a refreshing flavour. A summer special!
Lettuce wraps filled with flavoursome vegetables, and topped with a bit of pineapple and coconut. This recipe is SO summer ready!
Huevos Rancheros is one of the most popular Mexican breakfasts, meaning Rancher’s eggs, originally served as a hearty breakfast in large farms. Since I haven’t been to Mexico, urban or rural, the first time… [Continue Reading]
Pico de Gallo, a piquant salsa or condiment integral to Mexican cuisine. Prepare a big bowl of this to go along with your Mexican spread.
Leftover millets, paneer and bottle gourd come together to make a delicious snack, perfect for the cold weather days.
Whole Masoor Dal (sabut masoor or Whole red lentils) is one of the easiest dals to cook, a healthy side for rice or rotis. Get the recipe! BEGINNER COOK FRIENDLY!
You’ll love this idea of making healthy parathas using pumpkin puree and grated paneer- full of nutrition to pack in our kids’ lunchboxes!
Thechwani is a rustic curry from Uttarakhand, made using smashed potatoes and/or radishes. Try out my version of potato-black eyed peas, prepared Thechwani style!
If you are from the South of Vindhyas, cheela / chila is not a much heard of term. It is a staple North Indian breakfast dish. To put it in simple terms, it is like an instant dosa made using besan. However unlike adai, which is a lentil based dosa preparation, cheelas are much thinner and crepe lik
Tofu sent me to Australia. No kidding! A cooking contest organised by Nature’s Basket in 2013, had me cooking in the finals against a gentleman. My dish was a Trio of Tofu – Korean style tofu cakes, Tofu Satay with Satay sauce and marinated tofu in rice paper rolls with a dipping sauce. The grand pr
A potato curry from Himachal: A thick, smooth curry and punctuated by chunks of spiced boiled potatoes with the aroma of cardamom and hints of mustard oil.
Last night, dinner was noodles with lots of vegetables. Invariably, when you make noodles at home, you find that the one or two packets that you opened and cooked cannot be put to use entirely. So what else can you do other than feeding it to your cat, or putting it in the green refuse bin? I hate w