TIRAMISU

TIRAMISU First time ever I had Tiramisu was in Italy. It was THE BEST- I can still taste it. (If you in Italy, you have to have it else your trip would be incomplete.)It was way back in 2011. I never dared to make it as I thought it is a really complicated dessert &... 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 →

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 →

Tomato Beetroot Soup

It is a wholesome, vegetarian and gluten free soup that reminds me of my childhood days during the rainy season in northern India. My mum used to make it often to help us combat sniffles and clogged heads. It has a clean and naturally thick body, which doesn’t require additives like cream or flour.  Prep... Continue Reading →

Sindhi Kadhi

Kadhi has various versions, depending on the region. Some make it with onion pakora (onion fritters), plain pakoras or just add some readymade boondi if you don’t have time. It’s strange as a kid I didn’t like yogurt much, but I liked anything made from yogurt, whether it’s Dahi Aaloo(Yoghurt Potato), Curd Rice or the famous... Continue Reading →

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