I think someday my tastebuds will get salvation after constantly feeding them with different mushroom recipes. I hope that never happens in this lifetime. I get swayed when I see any new recipe with Mushrooms. Well I needn’t explain this again and again. If you follow my blog, you must have already known by now. I ….Read More….
This is that post of the month where I cook and present according to the theme in Spatula Force’s Monthly Challenge. It’s a group of talented bloggers who have come together to try new cuisines, new dishes out of the ordinary. This month’s theme was hosted by me and it was an opportunity to explore Kashmiri Cuisine. ….Read More….
If you are longing for aromatic rich flavours without much effort you have reached the right place. This recipe is special because it makes the most delicious, fresh pulao with very less effort. The king of this recipe is mint because it imparts the whole recipe that amazing fragrance and character. I was’nt aware of ….Read More….
Dal Makhani is perhaps the most well known dish from India along with Shahi Paneer and Butter Chicken. The lentils are cooked slowly along with spices for a longer time to become soft and tender. It is then mixed with rich cream to give that creamy, buttery taste. This divine dish is a specialty and usually made ….Read More….
Fenugreek Leaves or Methi is a gift from Winters. The bitter taste of these leaves brings a delicious flavour when cooked with spices. I missed them so much in Mexico as they are largely cultivated in Indian Subcontinent and other countries like Turkey and Spain . But this season I am making the most of ….Read More….