Recipe for Pan Roasted Baby Potatoes with herbs, garlic and sesame seeds If you are someone who shares food posts on social media, I’m going to share a big secret with you…. POTATOES! There’s something… [Continue Reading]
If you’ve come here wanting to make a pretty marble cake, you are in the right place! Most marble cake recipes are modified pound cake recipes. They do need a LOT of butter. Whether you… [Continue Reading]
This oven roasted tomato gravy is an easy hands-off way to make a restaurant style Punjabi gravy dish, with either paneer or vegetables. A rich tomato-flavour, balanced out by sweetness, a smooth texture and the… [Continue Reading]
Sheet pan eggplant is the quickest and easiest way to make an eggplant side dish. You can also use this recipe to prepare a variety of meals as explained in the post below. Have you… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for tandoori cauliflower hummus with delicious toppings like crispy quinoa and fresh herbs – this goes straight into your unusual hummus recipes folder 🙂 There’s the plain Jane hummus that we all love for its… [Continue Reading]
Onion Rava Dosa recipe | Crispy Rava Dosa | Tips to make a hotel style rava dosa | Savoury Semolina Crepes Whenever we are at a restaurant / cafe that has idli dosa on the… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for beetroot sambar – a South Indian dish prepared using yellow lentils and beets, to be had with plain steamed rice.
Rice is one of the items that gets leftover most of the times in Indian kitchens, because one can never estimate exactly as to how much to make in the first place. But that’s no problem at all. A whole book can be written on what to do with it! You can make delicious curd rice the next morning, or p
Continuing with our Karanataka Cuisine series this month, here’s a really quick cucumber ‘curry’ if you may call it that. It’s my kind of curry in a hurry. Goes perfectly with rice, and the mustard seeds ground into the spice paste give the mild cucumber a really good fiery kick. It is the kind of p
This was the only pickle I liked as a kid, which I had fondly christened- ‘square maanga’ because it was cut in a square dice. In the hot summers of Bombay, curd rice would taste divine anyway. A tiny bit of this square maanga with the curd rice would always take it to another level of divine. Often
Apple, Fig and Poppyseed Muffins – delicious and simple, bake them over the weekend for a teatime snack!
22.10.2010 Edited to add another recipe of this cake with a mixture of whole wheat, cornmeal and rice flour. [L-Rice flour cake, Top- AP flour orange cake, Bottom – Gorgeous crisp crust of rice flour cake] Sorry again for the long interval. I have finally settled down into a new city and settled en