chicken · curry · Indian · yogurt

Dahi Methi Murg

Unlike my last blog post, where the recipe happened by accident, this one well, I have worked my way through  and I am happy to say, I have come up with a version which sits well with the pallet, not to mention a family favourite. But it has taken time. My first version of Dahi… Continue reading Dahi Methi Murg

soup · Valentine's Day · Vegetarian · yogurt

Summer Readings and Lentil Soup

Have you ever been inspired by a recipe from a fiction/novel. Well I have been. Countless times. The first of the recipes to have caught my attention was the Hot Chocolate, recipe from Joanne Harris’ Chocolat. I simply fell in love with the dark rich liquid, so seductive, sensuous and decadent. I could live the… Continue reading Summer Readings and Lentil Soup

achaar · paneer · Vegetables · yogurt

Achari Paneer

We just got over Easter. The much needed long weekend break before the summer sets it. We took a vacation to the shores of Lake Tahoe. Stunning Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America, famous for its clarity, cobalt-blue water, and surrounding snow capped peaks. Straddling the state line between California and Nevada,… Continue reading Achari Paneer

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Baigan ka Bharta; courtesy Aman Kahlon..

I recently joined this lovely food forum online and made some wonderful wonderful friends. So when I had to fix tonight’s dinner, I wondered why not ask my new friends as to what I should make and the unanimous votes went to Baigan ka bharta (please do not make me translate that. Then a very… Continue reading Baigan ka Bharta; courtesy Aman Kahlon..

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Brunch This Week

Weekends are very busy for the both of us…It is one of those days when we make back and forth calls to India, skype chat with 2 sets of parents and before we realise, more than half the day is gone and not to mention way too late to cook lunch… This Sunday was no… Continue reading Brunch This Week

chicken · dinner · feta · Greek · salad · souvlaki · tzatziki · yogurt

“Its All Greek for me”

I simply love Greek food…  they are so light.. so full of flavour and they are food fit for the Gods… Given the Mediterranean influence Oive oil is the predominant flavour.. The best thing about the cuisine, is that it has very little spices, actually that is pretty much true for all mediterranean, arab cuisine… My folks… Continue reading “Its All Greek for me”