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
I am convinced that I want to adopt clutter free living. I also know that the kitchen is the place I want to start with. Although I will admit it is the most difficult one. I am the kind of person who doesn’t want to throw away any edible stuff, use veggie peels and seeds … Continue reading Clean Pantry Experiment – not enough ingredients?
One of the biggest perks of living in a university town is the international community! People coming from different cultures with that being fresh in their minds, acceptability and enthusiasm of sharing that is infectious. When I arrived in this town (winters of 2015-16), the whole town was hibernating and thus my adventure mostly began … Continue reading @letscookandshare
This is one post which kind of gave me a kick to start writing this blog (the other topic is still in draft and I am glad I didn’t wait to finish writing them before getting the others published!) It started around the same time. We were out to South America for our vacation and … Continue reading Thai Chicken Curry Soup
Chutneys are always forgiving. You just need to know your taste, what pairs well with certain ingredients and you can’t go wrong with them. Having said that, few stuff are tried and tested over time and thus help us plan basics. Here’s a slight variation of traditional pesto which I tried and liked. (Originally found … Continue reading Chutneys – Pesto
You can’t imagine how this came to my mind on a weekday! Well, I cooked it today and the surprise (when this was presented) and content (after eating the first bite) look on the face of my husband made it worthwhile. Well, I miss being in a bigger family at times as cooking for two … Continue reading Carrot & Beetroot Halwa
What’s a drink without any twist? As if mojito wasn’t a twist enough. Traditionally Mojitos are made using white rum, mint, sugar, club soda and lime juice. When I asked my husband whether he would like to have Mojitos, it was around 1130 in the night. And who is he to say no to this … Continue reading Strawberry Mojitos!