Fattoush- Middle eastern Bread Salad

Fattoush is perhaps one of the most famous and most well-known Middle eastern salads. It is so popular, that it makes a frequent appearance on the Mezzo table. It is a vibrant salad with a zesty Garlic-lemon dressing ....more

Subside soppu Kootu

It is almost midday as I write this post. I am all alone in the house and I am feeling an odd adrenaline rush as I write this. I know ....more

Sweet potato and almond Gulab Jamun- The vegan Gulab jamun

Gulab jamun is perhaps one of the most popular among Indian mithais. A sweet treat that can be gulped down in one bite. Traditionally this sweet dish is made out of khoya or hariyali mawa (milk solids) ....more

Puliyogare Gojju and Puliyogare

Since Mother's day is round the corner, I thought of posting one of my mother's and my Grandmother's recipe. Yes!! It is the recipe for Puliyogare ....more

Aam Panna

Summer is here in full swing and it is definitely making it's presence felt with sweltering heat and rising mercury levels!! Summer is never really complete if you haven't had your share of mangoes, watermelons and cucumbers. Apart from these you also need gallons of iced waters and fruit juices to help you cope with the brutal summer heat ....more

Gur aur nariyal ki meethi Kachori

Happy Holi to all of you!!! May this festival of colors fill your life with sweet month that can be cherished forever....more

Oatmeal raisin cookies and Raspeberry compote parfait

This is another one of those recipes that has been in my drafts for quite sometime now. I had made and photographed this dessert almost a month ago. I even managed to edit the photographs ....more

Peshawari Naan

Naan is perhaps one of the most preferred Indian breads. I am yet to come across a person who does not like naan. This soft, and slightly chewy bread, makes a great accompaniment to any type of curry ....more

Peshawari Naan

Naan is perhaps one of the most preferred Indian breads. I am yet to come across a person who does not like naan. This soft, and slightly chewy bread, makes a great accompaniment to any type of curry ....more

Kashmiri dum aloo

Potatoes are something I reach out to when I am stuck with the question of "what should I cook?" These tubers are so versatile that there are so many ways to make them. And all of them are sure to turn out delicious. You can either make a simple stir fry out of them or you can turn it into a scrumptious and rich yogurt based side dish like this one ....more
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