While it’s perfectly fine to indulge in the street version of pav bhaji once in a while, let me share with you my secrets for making this healthier version at home. My healthy version of this tasty dish uses NO BUTTER!!!! 🙂 Yes, you heard right! The Healthy Mumbai-Style Pav Bhaji is prepared in very little oil and is lip-smacking delicious.
The eternal favorite ‘Koorka’ of the people of Kerala, scientifically known as Coleas Pavy Fiorus is the smallest tuber crop which is cultivated through the length and breadth of Kerala. It is also known as the ‘Chinese Potato’ and has many health benefits associated to it. Koorka is enriched with C
An Onasadya is incomplete without the freshly prepared spicy Sambar. It gives the whole meal a definition and lifts the Sadya to a new dimension Sambar_ or Sambhar** is a dish that holds origin and a very important place in South Indian cuisine. It refers to a vegetable stew or chowder based on a b
Always in search of new ways to enjoy good and healthy meals in a fun and innovative way, I decided to cook up the very popular North Indian snack in my kitchen – Aloo Aur Hare Mattar Ki Tikki. This is a very famous dish found in North India and is eaten quite often as a snack or a side to a hearty
Winter is definitely making it’s presence felt in Bangalore this time, haven’t taken off my sweater for the past few days! Holiday Season (December) is one of my favourite times of the year. Not withstanding all the shopping and good cheer and general upliftment of spirits, it is a time for unrestri
Roast as you know is any meat/chicken or fish in a semi-thick gravy. And chicken roast can be made with different gravies. The difference between the gravies are the ingredients used to make them. I would call the most basic one to be of onion and tomato. The variations from the basic is when consistency and richness is changed by addition to the basic. Fresh cream, coconut milk, cashewnuts or poppy seeds ground to a paste etc are to name a few. I will continue to update my blog with the variations in future.And today I am sharing a slightly different roast which centres itself around shallots and red chillies without the usual addition of spices. The shallots and red chillies really enhances the flavour of this dish and hits our senses so to speak. Potato and chicken have always been thick friends and here the crispy potatoes and onions makes this chicken roast absolutely mouth watering This roast not only looks luscious but is packed with awesome flavour. It’s definitely worth a try.