Basics of Indian cooking: This Indian Spice Box / Masala Dabba / Anjarai Petti is a must have in an Indian kitchen. Read on to find out about what I store in mine!
I’m sure most of us prefer to have a no-fuss breakfast on most weekdays. Hopefully all of us are at least eating some breakfast- as it’s the most important meal of the day-blah blah blah! I guess, everybody already know this and hence there’s no need for me to be preaching about the benefits of this good dietary habit
A South Indian style eggplant / brinjal curry prepared with freshly ground spice powder to give it a crunchy texture
Recipe for beetroot sambar – a South Indian dish prepared using yellow lentils and beets, to be had with plain steamed rice.
My morning glory muffins I was just thinking to myself- what is the difference between a recipe I find in a blog and a recipe that I come across in some general food site? The answers were very clear. When I see it in a blog, I know for sure, there is someone just like me, who has tried and tested
Handwo is a savory rice and lentil cake that is served as breakfast or a snack. This recipe hails from the state of Gujarat in Western India. This makes one hell of a filling breakfast.
While I love using coconut in South Indian cooking, there’s never a chance to use the whole coconut. I end up using a couple of tablespoons while grinding a masala or a teaspoon for a garnish over a light Tambrahm style stir fry. One coconut, broken open and scraped / grated can be used in multipl
Coming up next- is something I made for Meeta’s Monthly Mingle . Well, there’s nothing much happening in India on the football front with the exception of Kolkata -where the 3 chief interests are Phood, Phish and Phootball (meaning food, fish and football) Kindly note that Phood and Phish are lis
We all love Chinese food don’t we? Especially when it is Indo-chinese, which means spicier than authentic chinese, and nothing like authentic chinese This is was one of the flavours I missed the most when I was in the US. The problem could be easily solved by making the trip to the local Indian stor