Recipe for Bendekai Gojju, a Karnataka style Okra Curry made using seasonal fresh okra If there’s one vegetable that flourishes in these daring-to-melt-you hot summers, it is okra (Lady’s finger / Bhindi / Bendekai… [Continue Reading]
Raw Papaya Poha is a variety of the ever popular kanda poha, that I came up with to use the bounty of green papayas from my kitchen garden. Just another way to use this super… [Continue Reading]
Try this Raw papaya chutney recipe | Green Papaya chutney, to go with Gujarati snacks like Khaman and Khandvi, or as a condiment to be paired with any Indian meal. Raw papaya has many health… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for an instant wheat dosa | Godhuma Dosai | vegan whole wheat savoury crepe Growing up in my grandparents’ home, 4 o’ clock tiffin time was sacrosanct. As a kid, I had a hierarchy… [Continue Reading]
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]
A simple homestyle mixed vegetable kootu made using seasonal winter vegetables, lentils and a freshly ground coconut paste. Goes best with rice.
Saffron Trail favourites! Recipe for my favourite potato, onion and tomato curry – ready in 20 minutes with ingredients from your pantry.
￼ Recipe for Rajma Pulao | Rice & beans combined provide all essential amino acids, making it a complete protein dish for vegetarians. Get this easy one-pot-dish recipe here!
Recipe for Cucumber Kichadi | Onam Sadhya Recipes | Kerala style cucumber raita, totally different from your regular Cucumber Raita!
Onam Recipes | recipe for Pumpkin Erissery | Pumpkin and Cowpeas stew with coconut ￼ -Onam Sadya recipe
A recipe for Ginger Rasam / Easy South Indian style lentil soup with ginger, goes best with steaming hot rice and ghee, and a stir fried veggie on the side.
Summer Melon Salad: Sliced Watermelon, cantaloupe, fresh mint and crushed chilli-salt come together in this vibrant and fresh salad. Try it once and I assure you that you’ll be eating it all summer.