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
There are enough websites and enough people around to tell you about the health benefits of millets. Besides the fact that they are healthy, I like to use them in different recipes because I can get bored easily with the same kind and colour of food. So I try and kill two birds with one … Continue reading Super delicious millet based recipes!
I do not plan my meals unless I have people coming over. When it comes to everyday cooking, I look at my small blackboard where I write my "vegetables at home list" and plan my meals around that. And yesterday, I realised that a bag of spinach needed to be finished off and I was … Continue reading Palak/Spinach Phulkas
So, one among million other things that I have wanted to cook is fresh Pita breads at home. And guess what...I made it yesterday. The entire process felt so magical especially for a beginner-level baker like me. Starting off with a simple yeast dough that puffs up like a balloon towards the end of the process … Continue reading Homemade Pita breads!
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!
First of all, I am not a TV person. I don't remember the last time I sat down on the couch to watch some tele on my own. Not because I am so busy but it is just not my thing. Pah! What a boring wife/friend do I make of myself! My way of relaxing is … Continue reading Some television talk and a healthy recipe 😁
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!