Sarson Kaa Saag

The favorite dish of Winters is Sarson Ka Saag, at least in Northern India where Mustard grows abundantly in winters. It is a crop that gives us the aromatic seed of Black Mustard and our native seed oil –Mustard Oil / Sarson Ka Tail. But it is not only that it is popular for, it…

Lauki Ke Kofte

A long delayed recipe is Lauki Ke Kofte.  This a regular preparation in our Classes, it won’t be wrong to say that this is one of the most cooked dishes of our Jaipur Home Cooking Sessions.  So lets gather the ingredients.   This dish is a great Vegetarian  / Vegan substitute for any meat kofta. …

Naan Bread with Chandni Paneer

Masala Base with onions, whole spices, cashew and coconut milk With every dish I cook in our cooking sessions I emphasize on learning the base sauces.  Indian cooking has never been taught in Culinary Schools, it is taught by our families confined to the home kitchens, hence it has not been documented in terms of…

Omelette Curry

This sounded interesting to me when I saw it in a menu.  Anyone who loves omelet in breakfast, this is a wonderful main course dish as well.  Probably it was invented in the hotel kitchens when there were quite a few Omelet left after the breakfast service..!!  Well doesn’t matter.   Let’s try it anyways. Its…