Stocking up on some essentials in coronavirus situation Firstly, let me get the most important message out of the way. This post does not encourage hoarding in any manner. Its only aim is to help… [Continue Reading]
How to make an Indian style Vegan Sweet Potato Salad A couple of months ago I was sitting across the table from my aunt who had just returned to India after 6 months in US… [Continue Reading]
How to cook a Tamil Vegetarian Menu in 2 hours – includes entire step by step process of the meal I cooked and an alternate menu plan. The meal is naturally gluten free and vegan… [Continue Reading]
Cauliflower Parathas with Dill | Gobhi Paratha Recipe | Vegan Cauliflower Flatbreads with Dill Winter is almost here. And for someone who loves to cook, it means an abundance of fresh vegetables like cauliflower, peas,… [Continue Reading]
Saag aloo recipe is popular on the menu in most Indian restaurants outside India. If you want to try it out at home, it is one of the simplest Indian dishes that you can get… [Continue Reading]
All you want to know about Raw Papaya | Green Papaya – Green Papaya Recipes, health benefits, how to cook raw papaya and a whole bunch of other ideas on cooking with green papayas Green… [Continue Reading]
Methi na dhebra is a gluten-free flatbread made using sorghum and pearl millet flour, fresh fenugreek leaves. This is a popular recipe from Gujarat, a state in Western India. A couple of months ago, I happened… [Continue Reading]
A simple homestyle mixed vegetable kootu made using seasonal winter vegetables, lentils and a freshly ground coconut paste. Goes best with rice.
This is your guide on how to cook millets by various methods, health benefits, where to buy them and a variety of recipes that you can make using millet.
￼ Menthya Matvadi (Matodi) Palya is a dish made using fenugreek leaves and lentils, a sort of dry curry that can be eaten with both rotis and rice.
Saffron Trail favourites! Recipe for my favourite potato, onion and tomato curry – ready in 20 minutes with ingredients from your pantry.
This Cooking Tips series is all about making cooking easier- right from buying and storing groceries / produce to kitchen hacks, time saving shortcuts and tips to make your life easier in the kitchen. This post rounds up some of the useful tricks to have up your sleeve for Indian cooking! [This list will be updated regularly, so do bookmark it for easy reference.] If you liked this post, also check out: