Guess the main ingredient in the above dish. Also guess the kitchen gadget that I have used for this recipe
Its happened on so many Sundays that we end up going to a new place to eat, and on our way back, I say,_ ‘Isse toh achcha hum ghar par hi khaate’ -_Loosely translated, it means, we would have been better off eating at home. Either the food wouldn’t be all that great or the server would have been off-putting. A Chinese meal at made at home is fast, flavourful and filling. How’s that for an alliteration?
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
We all love Chinese food don’t we? Especially when it is Indo-chinese, which means spicier than authentic chinese, and nothing like authentic chinese This is was one of the flavours I missed the most when I was in the US. The problem could be easily solved by making the trip to the local Indian stor
This recipe for Lasooni Dal Palak was published in one of the Sunday papers and I knew I had to try it right away. It turned out delicious like the dals you get at fancy Indian restaurants. After all, it is a recipe from one 🙂 Lasooni Dal Palak
The first time I came across Baba Gannoush ( Pronounced “Ga-NOOSH”) was at Basha, a Greek restaurant in Rochester, NY-where they had accidentally brought this onto our table instead of Hummus. One taste of the stuff and I knew that it was surely smoked brinjal and not chickpeas that I was tasting Ba