A delicious egg curry made using freshly ground spices and coconut, this curry plus rice makes an utterly comforting meal!
I love cooking. But thinking of what to make each day is quite a chore. I generally get out some vegetables from the fridge and make them into anything that comes to my mind. It’s like following my instincts and the ingredients are always throw as you go. That was the main reason for me to start blogging and maintaining a record of recipes which otherwise I would never be able to recreate. Unable to recreate a recipe especially if it turned out wonderfully good the first time is a frustration that I’d experienced several times in the past. But not any longer!
Winter is a time when the warmth and aromas from your kitchen can cheer up the whole family. The theme for WBB# 7 is Baking for Breakfast. Breads, cakes with fruits and nuts, muffins – you get the idea? Sweet, savoury, spicy, you have a variety of options to explore!
From 4 to 20 in 2 days….Were this an ad for a bike, I’m sure it would have been the biggest flop of the century. But I’m talking about WBB # 6 and I must thank all my dear readers for making me a happy hostess. Until 29th October, I’d received just 4 entries, that too including my own 😉 . I said to myself – May be the theme was way off, way too complicated but now what- I must do a round up anyway. It’ll be more like a private party, but so what? And then the entries started pouring in, enough to keep me browsing and typing for a good 3 hours. A big vote of thanks to all my Twisted Sisters
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
WBB 6- Twist in the plate **Update!
Continued from Diwali Blogging- I and II It’s not like I’ve been going crazy cleaning and cooking. Nankhatais were made almost 10 days ago. Khajas were made last Sunday. Then there was a big break. My domestic help fell ill and I managed whatever cleaning I could do by myself…I can see all my frie
Yeah yeah – I know! Diwali is not the time for thinking ‘healthy’ or doing kanjoosi with ghee, sugar and oil. But when I think of the 500 crunches I am made to do each morn, I automatically say – thanks but no thanks. And luckily I have no sweet tooth. For all the ghee-sugar lovers, there are more g
Continuing from here Cleaning is half-way through and home is already looking beautiful. For most Hindus, Diwali is a wonderful excuse to spruce up the house, discard old unused stuff, bring in new little ideas and ofcourse make delicious food to share with loved ones. I truly believe that old unuse