We are never out of festivals, here in India. There is something going on in some part, region, religion or community. The good thing is that everybody gets to enjoy. We celebreated Bakrid, Durga Puja, Navratri, Dussehra, Onam, Karwachauth and many more in just last couple of months. Andd there is more to come; the big one, Diwali is almost there. Of all things, festivals means a lot of good food which is the best part. Everybody is gearing up for Diwali. So, here is one more to add in your menu; these awesome Raw Banana Cakes. Continue reading →
i) an endless supply of fries
ii) i gain no weight
iii) some more fries…
You know life is good when your friend bakes a pie or cake every time you visit and brings snack she comes over. Well here is this one yum yum snack, i am sure you too gonna love.
So here goes, Neetu with her recipe: Continue reading →
Back then when tv channels were limited but time was ample, stress was alien word, families were bigger and worries were few, when there were enough leaves and visit to grandparents and cousins was a thing. Remember that time? Those days sit fondly in the good memory stack of mind. Continue reading →
Here is one quick and easy for you. Perfect to serve by the main dish. Here is how can make it in blink.
Honestly cabbage in not something I’ll go gaga about. Yeah I know how good this vegetable is but still. This would be the reason why this beautiful piece of vegetable is sitting idle for so many days in my refrigerator. As much I loved the beautiful purple colour, I had no clue what to do with it.
What can be simplest!!! Anyways I got chicken to marinate in beer so something for side is required. Why not bake this purple beauty.
I could finish all in my plate, so you know it was damm good.
Here is the simplest possible way to cook the cabbage
An Indian cuisine lover and not a fan of Tandoori chicken. Just not possible. It’s a must have starter dish.
Tandoor is the classic clay oven used in the Indian sub-continent to bake food at high temperatures. Naan, tikkas, tandoori kebabs and roti made in tandoor have their own earthy taste. I don’t have a clay tandoor but I have tried to make something similar in a convection oven.
It is also very easy to make at home time is all you need. Marinate chicken for 8-10 hours and just throw it in the oven and it is done.
When deciding for lunch menu, mostly potatoes are first which come in mind and everyone loves them. So when my friends invited themselves for lunch on a lazy Sunday, roasted potatoes were the first choice. These are so simple to make and make a great lunch menu. Continue reading →
Beetroot dip is very very simple to make. I majorly like this because of its beautiful colour and yes it delicious as well. We know already how healthy Beetroot is, so it’s good to include it daily eating. This dip can be made in no time and you can serve with any snacks you like. This dip will certainly make your look dish stunning. So this is how we make beetroot dip:
So, say you want something light, nutritious, colorful and easy to cook while you also want to unload your refrigerator a bit. You can use various vegetables together to make this wonderful dish. You can use this as side dish, as a rich salad, in breakfast or even include for a brunch or light dinner. Continue reading →