For a change we are not preparing everythoing from scratch here. Although you could easily do that too! The noodles used here was from an Asian mart and was made of spinach, zucchini etc with some flour and water. The first time I made vegetable noodles using my spiralizer , it turned out very mushy. … Continue reading Vegetable noodles with Asparagus
My previous post on Naan included a very basic and quick recipe. While that is quick and easy, I feel it lakes the original texture of naan – the soft crispiness – chewy but still melting on your mouth. This version helps overcome many of that issues. The sourdough starter is easier than the usual … Continue reading Naan – Indian Flatbread (no yeast – sourdough)
Chicken Saag is one of the dishes which my husband checks for everytime he goes to a restaurant. If that’s available, that’s the order. I wanted to make that today but chose the vegetarian variety to make it available for everyone. Saag is the bucket term for leafy greens which can include Spinach, mustard greens, … Continue reading Saag Paneer – the easy way
Now these are not my original but basically something I learnt from various sources and tried myself. They change your life forever, trust me! Here are some of my favorites: Poke the aluminium foil seals for holes rather than completely removing it. No more splashes or over oiling 🙂 Store your batches of boiled eggs … Continue reading Kitchen hacks for simple life!
Recently I came across amazing tea flavor combinations which used dehydrated flower petals or leaves for the tea. These were dehydrated arund summer last year and retianed their freshness and strong flavors uptill now. It was such a nice idea to have these presented along with portable tea bags and these leaves/petals bucketed to mix … Continue reading Tea Flavors
Last week was very busy with me saying yes to almost everything. I ended up reaching home 9ish and half of the time I packed our dinner to work as well. The same thing happened with an exception of eating very early at around 6 and although not super hungry, we had the itch to … Continue reading Healthy Crispy Tofu (bonus – Quick)
For those who might be wondering, part 1 never got published! Lazy me. It started in December when I bought this pan from India. There it is known as Appam pan. My reason was simple, get amazingly crisp fritters without all that deep frying process! Can you beat this? After I got it here, a … Continue reading My Aebleskiver pan’s adventure – part 2