There are some people who simply inspire you; for me Sandhya Rege Nadkarni of IndFused is one such person. I am in awe of the fusion recipes that she creates and writes about. What I love about Sandhya’s work is the span of cuisines she covers in her experiments with fusion cooking.
I love side dishes and accompaniments such as pickles, chutneys, podis, papads, and vadis. In fact, I tend to eat more of them than the main dish. So when I can make a dish that uses one of this as the main ingredient, you can understand that my joy knows no
Sevai is one of my favourite breakfast items; it is light, it is filling and can be made in a variety of ways. 🙂 You can make it simply as Lemon Sevai, Coconut Sevai or then as Puli Sevai or Tamarind Sevai, which is what I did today morning. Given that Chintapandu
One the bloggers I follow regularly is Sapana Behl who writes at Cooking with Sapana. A pure vegetarian, Sapana has the most delightful range of recipes on her blog. Right now I am eyeing her Sweet Potato Brownie. When I requested Sapana for a guest post she agreed immediately! More importantlyContinue reading
Winter brings with it an assortment of vegetables that are otherwise not available. One of the vegetables I look forward to in this season is Fresh Green Garlic or Hara Lehsun. I use it to flavour every savoury dish I find. I love the aroma that green garlic imparts to dishes; itContinue reading
Winter means loads and loads of fresh Peas. I was planning to make Pea Soup when Matar Ka Nimona was suggested to me. I had eaten this wonderful soupy dish from Banaras (aka Varanasi or Kashi) many many years ago and had quite forgotten about it. So I jumped at theContinue reading