Frittata is a crowd-pleasing omelette. Well, serving at least 4 people at a go. Get the recipe for this delectable brunch item and try it out over the weekend.
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]
This vegetarian / vegan version of Refried Beans made using Kashmiri Rajma (Kidney) Beans is the base recipe for many Mexican favourites- Loaded Nachos, Quesadillas, Tostadas etc.
I spent most of last week in my home city, Mumbai. Given a chance, the husband will take me out for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bye bye waistline. But yes, I do give in sometimes, and love to eat at the places that are unique to the city, such as a chaat at my local bhelwala and breakfast at King
A delicious way to eat the nutritious sweet potatoes – baked sweet potato sticks with chilli mayo. Try this for your next party as an appetiser!
I cannot be a self respecting food blogger and not post a pumpkin recipe for that time of the year when pumpkins are omnipresent on the internet. Actually, I didn’t even realise this when I made this stew for dinner. Indians don’t need a time of the year to use pumpkin. It is cooked round the year i
It’s vacation time at the play group, which means the little boy, when not up to any nefarious activities, is hanging around the kitchen, making puppy eyes at me, saying “Mummy, I want something to eat”, which is not entirely a bad thing. He likes to eat most (if not all) the stuff I make, showers m
Brinjal Blooms – I like these more than the vegetable 🙂 There are people you love at first sight and you can’t wait to know them more and spend more time with them. Then there are others who you can’t decide about. But you wouldn’t mind meeting them once in a while. And finally, the third type, wh
Pasta with roasted fennel and carrots in a vodka sauce
If you love Mexican food, this vegetarian Chili recipe is a good place to start. Serve with corn bread or stuff burritos, it’s 100% YUM~
Shaking off my ( Hyderabad heat induced ) lethargy, I have finally made a Fan Page for Saffron Trail blog. If you are on Facebook (really, who isn’t??) I would really love it if you joined me there. Right now I am sharing some toddler food recipes that my toddler seems to enjoy as well as some inter
Mexican flavoured rice with corn and beans, a recipe that will fit into your Mexican Vegetarian menu PURFECTLY!