CHENA RASGULLA

YAY.. yet another desert dish to compliment the festive season. this time it is white Rasgulla.. I know Rasgulla's are white only, but this is the way I  have been calling it since childhood to differentiate between Kala Jamun & this. Anyhow, they are super easy to make at home & sweetness can be controlled... Continue Reading →

GULAB JAMUN

What are Indian festivals without Indian sweets. Gulab Jamun is the classic indian sweet which is favourite of all. You will see it in all the parties, whether it is Indian wedding or any Indian Party. Lot of people think its quiet difficult sweet to make., but trust me it is "the simplest sweet" to... Continue Reading →

Butter Chicken – Home Style

BUTTER CHICKEN Kids love Murgh Makhani; and of course, adults adore it too - me included! The amazing blend of a slightly sweet and tangy creamy gravy with tandoori morsels of succulent chicken is a delicious combination that haunts me. The erstwhile butter chicken was made in White butter but for the sake of convenience... Continue Reading →

Chicken Sukkha

CHICKEN SUKKA - South Indian Style My DH studied his engineering in Chennai and his taste buds often crave the food of the yore, this is my take on a chicken sukkha 'varuval' which he absolutely adores. We have Curry leaf shrub in the garden and its a delight to use it in our cooking... Continue Reading →

Methi Corn Tikki (Cutlet)

METHI CORN TIKKI (CUTLET) Festive season is a few weeks away but we have already started feeling festive & hence wanted to make some Indian starter for teen patti party at our home. We start  teen patti sessions a month before diwali. Everyone hosts a Cards night at their place.  This one is favorite form... Continue Reading →

SABUDANA(Tapioca Sago) KHICHADI

Sabudana Khichdi is one of my favorite dish to have during fasting. If you dont know, we Indians fast during some festivals like navratri / mahashivratri to show our love & respect to God & we are allowed to eat fruits & certain dishes only. I have attempted to make this many times , but... Continue Reading →

CHICKEN SHAMMI KEBAB

We make these often, and in different shapes and sizes as part of different recipes. In spaghetti and meat balls, in burger pattice, in seekh kebab sandwich rolls, in samosa, in chicken keema biryani and pot pies amongst the many others. We slice up the left over pattice to add to quinoa/ rice/ pasta’s or... Continue Reading →

Yogurt Rice/ Curd Rice

Nothing beats the heat like yogurt rice, it is light on the tum, aids digestion and great way to utilize leftover rice. Yogurt is called curd back home and this is a south indian recipe that has found its way into our hearts and kitchen.  Here is my take on Curd Rice, I hope you... Continue Reading →

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