I love my vegetables and what I love even more is coming up with new dishes where I can happily add two or more vegetables into one dish. And one of my recent experiments to make a dish quickly with broccoli and leftover cauliflower turned out to be a lovely combination indeed. Broccoli cauliflower puttu … Continue reading Broccoli & cauliflower puttu
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Five of many things about me!
1) I have had wonky teeth almost all my life. Only when I realised that I was nearing 30(I turned 30 this year, so please don't think I am very old) I decided to fix my teeth. I am glad I did because I see many people smiling at me these days. 2) As much … Continue reading Five of many things about me!
From farm to plate(About my parents farm)
When I was little, I didn't think I would ever learn to cook. I thought cooking was one of those menial tasks and it involved no amount of fun. Maybe because our mother never let us help her much. The best she wanted from us was that we helped her decide what to eat and that we finished … Continue reading From farm to plate(About my parents farm)
Smoothie Trails #1 Banana Flaxseeds and Vanilla
I am kickstarting a new series called the "Smoothie Trails" on the blog. This series will feature some( I am aiming for 5-10 atleast) easy and healthy smoothie recipes to start your day on the right note. This is my attempt in spreading the word on eating well. All of these recipe ideas will use … Continue reading Smoothie Trails #1 Banana Flaxseeds and Vanilla
A Mangooooeey fudge recipe.
Is your mother one of those generous souls who never knows to cook in small quantities? Mine for sure doesn't know. The other day when we were on the phone chatting, my mother had told me she was busy all day as her dearest sister visited her after long. I knew she must have cooked … Continue reading A Mangooooeey fudge recipe.
My inability to deal with helplessness and a quiche recipe
If you have been reading my blog, then you may have read a couple of posts on how much I miss my homeland.It looks like I am never going to get over this feeling. Well, there is so much to love about the place where you grew up and where you have such wonderful memories. … Continue reading My inability to deal with helplessness and a quiche recipe
A few ways I embarrass my better-half and a tikka recipe.
I do feel that the husband-wife relationship is probably the most funniest of all relationships. At least, in my case it is. Well, purely because, I never fail to amuse him and so does he. Oh but I am the agreed winner when it comes to being an total embarrassment. I hope at least by … Continue reading A few ways I embarrass my better-half and a tikka recipe.
The joy of simple food!
Did you know that Indians eat yoghurt/curd rice which is just rice and yoghurt mixed together? Okay, it's more of a south Indian thing than a "Indian" thing actually. A daily affair in every south Indian's home if I may say so. It may sound like I am over exaggerating a very simple combination or … Continue reading The joy of simple food!
My thoughts on having a boy and recipe for a spicy south Indian gravy!
Hurrah! my boy is going to be 2 next month. Although I am very happy to see him grow and shine, I am also secretly wishing for him to stay a little boy forever. Little boys should never grow.Yep, I am going to be biased here. There is something very very very nice about having a … Continue reading My thoughts on having a boy and recipe for a spicy south Indian gravy!
Parathas or Naan breads ? Curry or Biryani ? I am not even going to pretend I don't like a greasy supper now and then. Something deeply satisfying about ordering for a takeaway from your regular Indian place isn't it? Just like how each of you have your own local favourites, we have ours too. It is … Continue reading Karahi Tales