This week I am doing three days of gourmet subzis that has smooth gravies. The last two recipes that I blogged in this series are Matar paneer and Shahi Aloo Matar. Even without realizing I have made all the three
Banaras also known as Varanasi or Kasi as I knew it when growing up holds a very special place in my heart. My good part of childhood years was spent in the Northern India and we frequently visited Banaras for
Bookmarked theme is one of the themes I really look forward to as I always have tons of recipes waiting to be made. Every week as I read though different blogs, I keep bookmarking the ones that I want to
I am always on lookout for some new subzi to make as we eat chapatti / roti for dinner often. Many times, it feels like I am repeating the same kind of subzi again and again even though they are
4th Mar, 2013 After my son’s Birthday Party, I was pretty exhausted and also had left over’s. One of such left over’s was Pita Bread. So I decided to just use them as Naan (Indian bread) and wanted to make
20th Aug, 2012 Weekend is always a time for me to try out new recipes. Having the same thought this gone weekend, I opened my refrigerator to find any new and attractive thing to pop out its head to me.
16th August, 2012 This recipe has been in my mind for several weeks now. I saw this recipe in a blog called ‘Edible Garden’. Never a big fan of peas (that’s the only vegetable I don’t like); I first sort