Hello friends! Back after weeks with my post. Relocation to a new city has kept me away from the blog for a while. Glad to be back with my food post, a quick 15 minute paneer or cottage cheese fry recipe. This paneer fry recipe was an experimental one that I had prepared last weekend… Continue reading How to Make Paneer Fry in 15 Minutes
Bring the long summer holidays boredom to an end with some fun food recipes. Let the little talented chefs get into their creativity with 12 fun filled summer food project recipes. Let them join you in the kitchen for some exciting indoor summer camp activities. So get them rolling with some dough-making session or colourful sandwich… Continue reading 12 Kids’ Summer Food Project Recipes
Unripe or green bananas are inedible raw and can only be cooked and eaten. With a starchy texture they are a healthy substitute to potatoes. Include them in curries or simply stir fry for a powerpacked meal with some boiled eggs. So here's a quick raw or unripe banana stir fried recipe for you to… Continue reading Raw or Unripe Banana Stir Fried
From mocktails to salads and soups, appetizers to one pot meals, winding up with some lovely desserts, find these 25 Easy Easter Recipes that will amaze you for sure.
Summer soups! Yes you have read it right. Today I have 3 refreshing classic cold soup recipes for you, adding my own twist to them to be enjoyed by my family. For many of you these might be regular recipes that are made and enjoyed. Some smooth and creamy to be gulped down without worrying much about… Continue reading 3 Classic Soups That Can be Served Cold
Mustard Sauce Marinated Sauteed Pomfret from my kitchen for you. It's a Monday today and happy to share a recipe from an Indian Cookbook "The Bangala Table-Flavours and Recipes from Chettinad" By Sumeet Nair, Meenakshi Meyyappan. You must have understood by now that the theme for this Monday is #cookbook-cooking. With extensive insight about… Continue reading Cookbook Cooking- The Bangala Table By Sumeet Nair, Meenakshi Meyyappan
It's winter in this part of the country. Winter for me always meant fresh winter veggies and herbs, warm woollen clothes, hot and warm soups and those countless cups of masala chai throughout the day. Pho (pronounced Fuh) Ga or Vietnamese Chicken and Noodle Soup for today's #Bloghop as I welcome the Winter season. Those lovely… Continue reading Vietnamese Pho Ga or Chicken Noodle Soup