Bangkok Street Style Spicy Thai Chili & Basil Fried Rice

If you have visited Thailand, then you are well known about the varied street food stall that brings the city / town to life buzzing at the city centre. Bangkok is know for its night life, but also for the amazing street food. There is something for everyone, amongst these little shops run by the…

Smoked Walnut Crusted Broccoli Tikka

Finger foods are a great hit at home. Many a times, I just prepare a simple tikka of veggies or protein for our supper to accompany our soups. Its easy to put together with the regular ingredients available in your kitchen pantry, also so delicious. I had a few broccoli heads that needed to be…

Laal Gajar Matar ki Sabzi

The best thing about winters are the fresh produce, and especially the red carrots / Laal Gajar that we eagerly wait for every season. Carrots are such a powerhouse of nutrients. It can be cooked in both savory and sweet manner or just chomped on raw. Red carrots reminds me of the two decades spent…

Shakshuka with Sumac

Eggs are a versatile ingredient, which can be cooked in a zillion ways for every meal. At home, we are team of one being an egg lover and the other being a hater. So, its always a struggle to cook for one person for the main-course, specially when the other person in me would like…

Schezwan Fried Rice with French Beans

Leftover cooked rice is like a blessing on the days when you have just few minutes to spin yourself a meal. Fried Rice can be jazzed up by adding so many things, keep it simple with just veggies/proteins with minimal seasoning of salt & pepper, or load it up with flavouring sauces. We love our…

INBISCO – Biryaneez Biryani Noodles Review

Biryani, also known as Biriyani or Briyani is quite popular in the Asian Subcontinent, where in the rice is cooked with meat in an aromatic spices base. Although, the origin dates to Persia, with the Persian words – ‘Brinj’ meaning rice and ‘Biryan’ to fry or roast. Hence, the rice and meat roasted with spices…

Market Table, Koramangala – A Review

If you are looking for a pretty looking bistro, with an interesting decor and some lip smacking European or Continental Cuisine, your search ends here! 🙂 I was invited to sample its menu and get mesmerized by its decor, and last weekend me and husband decided to check it out on a lazy, hot afternoon…

Vegan Spiced Hot Chocolate

The evenings have started to get a little chilly here in Bangalore, India and all we can think of is to sink in the sunshine with a cup of hot beverage in hand. Although, tea or coffee gets the first preference but with the holiday season on Hot chocolate is something more apt to enjoy…

Paneer Bhurji / Cottage Cheese Scramble

Paneer or Cottage Cheese is one of the by-products of dairy and widely used in our Indian Cuisine. It’s a vegetarian’s delight. Paneer can be easily made at home, by curdling the milk using lemon or vinegar. Since, it contains high amounts of proteins, iron and calcium, it is good to include in our daily…

Skillet Roasted Amaranth Granola

I am someone who is frantic about working with temperatures of the oven, partially to blame it on the burnt baking attempts in the past, but more so about having patience with baking. 😛 So, I usually avoid baking, but that doesn’t stop me from baking  the occasional plain marble cakes if in a good…