Stir Fry Veggies with Desiccated Coconut

Past few years I have had the chance of visiting South of India quite a many times, and with every visit I am becoming a bigger fan of the neat flavors of my country’s southern region.  Easy to do, rich in nutrients, light on your stomach and always Yum! What more to ask from food…

Healing with Food : Dinning Therapy

Happiness in life is a complicated achievement. Does it ever happen? Yea it does, it happens everyday. And so is loneliness and depression. It is part of your DAY. For me Life is 1 day at a time. I live today, I die today, I cry today, and I survive today. With so much talking…

A walk down the memory lane – Pinkcity train Cutlet

My memories are mostly filled with many different food experiences. The things that I have never been able to forget is the flavor, aromas, and experience of food that I have eaten.  Every time I want to re-experience any particular memory or time or place or people I cook what is associated with them.   Whenever…

Art of making Pickles

Today’s post is about ‘Art of making pickles’. In India, our culture and customs are entwined with food and seasons.  There are certain things that we always learned from our grandparents, especially about eating right- as they are like encyclopedias about food, ingredients, spices, food effects, seasons of a particular ingredients..  and believe me art…

Chana Daal Tadka – Bengal Gram lentils

 “Eating lentils is not only good for your body, but also healthy for the environment.  Farmers can replace the lost nitrogen of the soil by growing lentils in rotation.  Lentils take nitrogen from the environment and give it back to the soil, which will help the next crop to give a better yield.”  Chana Daal-…

Tonight’s Dinner

Had few to none ingredients in the refrigerator. And honestly it’s too too hot outside, and I am too lazy to fetch food material from market So did some mix n match Made grilled paneer, Mushroom in white sauce and penne arrabbiata. Grilled Paneer Ingredients ( for 4 ) Paneer 800 gms Hung curd (Yoghurt)…

Bread Pakora and Aloo Bonda

This is so so simple and you can prepare it no time.   When you have un-announced guests and you wish to serve a high tea this is very quick and foolproof. Ingredients for the Batter: 2 cups of Chickpea flour 1/4 tsp of asafetida (heeng) 1/2 tsp of Chilli powder 1/2 tsp of Salt 1 cup…

Cauliflower-Potato Koftas

This is a main dish for any Indian Meal as we serve Sauce based dishes with either Chapati or Naan or Rice preparations Alternatively, it can be served as a side dish to your home dinners.   It is completely Vegan as well as Gluten Free (if you replace Ghee with Oil).  It is quick, fool-proof…