I baked this partly whole wheat bread with flaxseeds this week. The only problem with baking your own bread is you can’t stop eating it. The possible upside is that you can slice your bread as thin as you want to 🙂 I can almost see all those of you who bake your own bread nod your heads solemnly.
This is one of my prettiest salads ever – Grilled paneer on a bed of salad greens and other vegetables, garnished with edible flowers from my kitchen garden
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
Vazhakka or plantain is one of my favourite vegetables. There are at least three favourite ways I make this in true Tambrahm style. One is a roast, where it is sliced thinly and slow roasted until it turns crispy. The other way to make it is to cube it, cook it and saute it with whole red chillies,
Recipe for a simple eggless mango paneer cake This eggless mango cake is a seasonal modification of the paneer cake that I blogged about sometime ago. I found the recipe for the paneer cake in… [Continue Reading]
A minimalistic Aglio Olio dish flavoured with celery leaves, with a sprinkling of homemade cheese. A quick and easy dinner!
A trip to Madras is incomplete without a drive to Pondicherry. Once, we took up a homestay and stayed over for a couple of nights – walking around the lovely streets in the French quarter, peering into some bookshops, boutiques, incense and candle shops while we were there. During a peek into one su
Whole wheat penne in spinach sauce – a good way to eat up those greens, more so for your kids 🙂 A quick and easy one pot dinner too!
This apple cheesecake / pie uses just 6 ingredients and 15 minutes of your time. Try it once and it will be your go-to bake when apples are in season.
Batata Poha is my all time favourite tiffin. Once you get the poha-soaking technique right, the rest of it is very easy. The only problem that batata poha or potatoes with beaten rice is that it is an out and out carbohydrate breakfast. I prefer to start my day with a good mix of vegetables, protei