Quick Rajasthani kadhi….

Rajasthani Kadhi is a dish which is very close to my heart since childhood . I was born and brought up in the royal Rajasthan ; hence the connection with the local food is self explanatory. This dish is served as the main course in my state and is considered to be very healthy because of the chickpea…

Nachos with salsa……Baked

Whenever our friends give us a surprise visit and show us their surprise hunger , I have something surprising for them either. Nachos ! everyone loves to munch nice savory snacks while watching a match or a movie with a hot sip of coffee and a bunch of gossips all the way. It is so nice when something…

Capers Greek Salad …

This is a salad which originated in my mind after looking at types of salads in the supermarkets and over the internet once I started looking at the various salad types. Moreover I had this bottle of capers in my house and was thinking of putting it to some use. The idea is a amalgamation…

Capers in Potato Pots …

  The best part of buying strange items from supermarket is that you are free to experimenting with them since you are unaware of the set recipes the item has to offer. This time we bought a bottle of capers from Ge’ant  supermarket just like that and since  then my entire week was spent in thinking what…

Chinese Bhel…Is it ! You Sure

Indians love Chinese food , however the twist is that there is nothing Chinese like in it. We have adapted the food as per our taste but have leveraged the name of China . But no wonder , this Chinese food typically made indian style is mouth-watering and irresistible. I tried Chinese bhel at home and served…

Kanji aka soured tangy apetizer

Its summer time in India , its time to embrace the chilling drinks and syrups and enjoy the festivities of the season. The start of the season is welcomed with Holi in Northern India and having savory and sour with something appeasing to the hot souls is vital on Holi. Sweetened syrups are quite common…

The Utthu Idli ….

In India there is a saying that early morning dreams often turn out true . And this Sunday morning I dreamt of having Uttapam (Gosh, I have food even in my dreams ) . So right in the morning after I woke up ,  I decided to have Uttapam in the breakfast. Uttapam is a south Indian Masala…

Tricolor Button Salad …

My dad is very regular in stacking the fridge with healthy seasonal fruits and vegetables and always ask us to consume them on a regular basis without any spoilage . He always reminds me of what is there in the fridge and consider me a good salad maker🙂 This winter our fridge was constantly stacked…

Spicy Lehsun Chutney …

Consumed all over India , Lehsun or Garlic Chutney is a great accompaniment with snacks . In Rajasthan it is very lovingly eaten with makki-bajra rotis (maize-millet breads) , in North India with momos, kachoris, pizzas and in west it’s often taken with vada pav , Gujarati khakhra-fafda , in South its used as a…

Sumptuous Nepalese Momos in Delhi Style …

Momos, are my favorite. While I was in Gurgaon , I often use to buy this tasty snack from my nearby local market . Its light and soft and having it with garlic or peanut chutney is simply awesome. Momos are said to have originated from Nepal but over the time adapted according to the local…

Rajasthani Pitod Gravy…

This weekend my family was out for a trip and therefore we could not go for weekend grocery shopping , even the weeks’ veggies were not available in the refrigerator , except some green chilies and ginger . But alas! nothing dinner like could be cooked from a chilly ginger combination. I started to browse…

Tangy Grated Radish Salad..

Here’s a quick and tasty salad item which could add taste fortune for the day. It could be called as ‘Tangy Grated Radish salad’. Its easy to prepare and can be complemented with fried snacks or lunch , besides its very popular salad in winter. To prepare ‘Tangy Grated Radish Salad’ we need : Radish,…