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
Ask any Indian what their favourite herb is – more often than not the answer will be coriander or cilantro, as it is called in some other countries. The main reasons for this being availability, tradition and also the way it goes perfectly with most Indian flavours. The vibrant grassy scent of coria
Finally, I’ve managed to push myself hard enough to post the round-up of WBB#5 and reveal the new rules for the Weekend Breakfast Blogging game
Instant Khaman Dhokla
Recipe for Thiruvadarai Thalagam
Dhansak is a delicious Parsi dish made using a mix of lentils (dhan) and vegetables (sakh). My vegetarian version comes with the stamp of approval from my Parsi friends 🙂 You must try this!