This curry stars two of my favourite ingredients – eggs and potatoes- striking a perfect balance of protein and carbs in this super flavorsome curry. A must try!
Punjabi style Pakora Kadhi made healthier by preparing the onion pakodas in an appam pan. Enjoy this reduced calorie and easier to prepare version of Kadhi Pakodi.
Simple to make and delicious, these kababs were a part of dinner last night. Sufficiently pushed by the good folks who follow my blog’s Facebook page, who asked me to share this recipe when I posted a picture – this quick post is for them 🙂 These make a perfect starter, you could make these even sm
This black eyed peas curry with a freshly ground masala is a delicious lentils recipe. Use dried peas soaked in water overnight, and this curry is ready in <30 mins.
A simple fried rice dish made using mustard greens (sarson ka saag) that you can easily grow in a pot on your window sill.
Just as I am writing this, there are gusty winds blowing and it’s starting to pour and instantly there is the unmistakable mitti ki khushboo or the sweet smell of the freshly drenched soil. The weather feels suddenly quite bearable and I am craving for a large masala chai. It rained like this the ev
Green moong / mung beans are nature’s best offering for vegetarians. High in protein and yet easily digestible with the bonus of extra fiber makes this a super food. Some people find the soaking routine a deterrent. Where is time to plan ahead of time, most of the time! As much as I love these wonde
When Rihanna of Garlic Breath from France wrote to me about her totally Indian Thanksgiving menu , I was so thrilled. Just like how excited we are to hear someone else speak our mother tongue, it is exactly that elation I experience when I see Americans, Europeans and so many others take an avid interest in Indian cuisine. Barbara, Emma and Susan, are some of those wonderful people who aren’t afraid of the variety of Indian spices. On the contrary, go all out and embrace the various colours, flavours and textures of the great Indian food fabric. Food blogs have made it so convenient to get straight into the kitchens of the world and take a page out of their family traditions of food
Weekend Breakfast Blogging Update
Thanks for all those who participated in the first event at Saffron Trail. The Weekend Breakfast Blogging table was filled with breakfast foods from around the world. Check out the round up with the guidelines to WBB#2 here. Pulao is so common-place and biryani is so much effort. I like a pulao that