Continue Reading at Cooking With Siri2014-04-10.
Continued from here… Here are a few easy yogurt based recipes from my treasure of ‘time-management in kitchen’. These recipes make sure that my cooking time is saved without compromising on the nutrient quotient of the food I prepare for my family. 1. (Read more...)
Continue Reading at Lite Bite2014-04-08.
Now we move to Arunachal Pradesh, the second state in the series. Arunachal pradesh is mostly covered by Himalayas and the name of the state literally translates to "The land of the rising sun" or "The land of the dawn-lit mountains". It lies to the north eastern side of India and is the largest...
Continue Reading at Veggie Platter2014-04-03.
To commemorate my paternal grandmother’s first year death anniversary, I am posting a series of my grandmothers favorite recipes. This potato kurma recipe is second in the series. Read my first post in the series here. My grandmother with my father (Read more...)
Continue Reading at Veggie Belly2014-04-02.
It is not the first time I am writing about this and definitely will not be the last time – because that is how most of my cooking sessions end up being. I started making a Achari Chana Pulao, a Tarla Dalal recipe that I have made several times before and at the last...
Continue Reading at Mirch Masala2014-03-31.
This is an Old Delhi specialty – pooris made with wheat and dal, with a side of a spicy potato curry. It is very heavy on the stomach as ghee is used very liberally here. And as if that isn’t enough, it is usually accompanied with a sweet dish. For breakfast, no less! I...
Continue Reading at Mysoorean2014-03-29.
Onwards with the 30 vegetable challenge. Instead of using an abundance of vegetables in a single dish, I am focusing on possibly the most popular vegetable. A vegetable that I rarely eat at that: the humble white potato. White potato has its critics. (Read more...)
Continue Reading at the taste space 2014-03-27.
Continue Reading at YUMMY TUMMY2014-03-26.
I had heard about Borscht several years ago- from a Russian colleague. The way I remember that story was her complaining about having to change her mom’s signature Borscht recipe because her Jewish husband wouldn’t eat it. So she switched to her mother-in-law’s recipe; and wasn’t that great a fan of it as her...
Continue Reading at My Life and Spice2014-03-26.
Poori is deep fried puffy breads that are my absolute favorite. With being health conscious and all, I never really made them since it involved deep frying of the dough, and the one time I ever tried it, I ended up as flat and brittle – more like papads instead of soft and puffy...
Continue Reading at Oh Taste n See.....2014-03-24.
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