I slept at 3 a.m. yesterday trying to get rid of all raw items in my fridge. Way to utilize the extra MLK holiday! I prepped for my meals and have a good stock of washed/cut veggies. I also made sweets which I have been wanting to try and bought whole milk for (details are … Continue reading Make ahead Chicken Burgers
So it is getting more and more difficult to think of meals these days. Remember how I am on to not doing grocery and finishing my pantry items. Well, I still have a lot so I have to deal with this being difficult. I do a lot of lentil pancakes or what we call cheela. … Continue reading A bread pancake – really!?
I have promised so many recipes to my friends and readers that I am really lagging behind. So here comes another post of one of the most famous and simple indian curry dishes. It is very healthy dish with a lot of spinach and thus good for kids too. We prepared this in our cooking … Continue reading Palak Paneer – Cottage cheese cubes in Spinach curry
There are just so many varieties of this chutney! I think I have liked almost all of them. Here’s a variety which I absolutely love and comes from my mom’s kitchen. Ingredients: Peanuts – 1/2 cup Green chilli – 2 nos. Mustard seeds – 1 tsp Curry leaves – 1 sprig Hing – 1 pinch … Continue reading Peanut (groundnut) chutney
I am writing a recipe after long time. This time to share my vegetarian recipes with friends who wonder how vegeterian meals can still be nutricious and delicious enough not to miss meat in their regular routine. Having said that, the prerequisite is that it should be simple enough for a weekday meal and flexible … Continue reading Nutritious Sambhar (South Indian Lentil Preparation)
There are three things in my kitchen which helps keep my calm – Milk, Eggs, Salt. I somehow get distressed when I am running low on these even though I might not use it daily. If I have these, I am sure I can pull up some kind of edible meal – be it brekfast, … Continue reading Scrambled eggs – Do you need a recipe!?
I guess this is the most famous bread when you eat out in a restaurant. So it’s high time I write the recipe. I usually prepare this in atleast 10 different varieties. Today I am writing the one we used in our cooking class. Ingredients: All purpose Flour – 1 cup Whole Wheat Flour – … Continue reading Indian Bread – Naan (Plain) without yeast