Homestyle Chicken Masala Curry

  I made this chicken curry on New years day, so I thought its only apt that this be my first post! I have always loved to cook, watch, listen, talk and dream of food-particularly curry. There is something to be said about a warm flavourful curry with aromatic rice at the end of a…

Vanilla and Chocolate Panna Cotta

This is an easy but SUPERRR LUSH dessert, made with just 3 ingredients! Yes, that’s right, you need just 3 main ingredients to make a basic Panna Cotta. If you want to know how I made mine, keep reading! I think I have to say this first- With this dessert, I have officially thrown my…

Pepper Prawn Fried Rice

Hello, you! Thank you for stopping by. Today, I’m going to share my recipe for a very aromatic and delicious Pepper Prawn Fried Rice. I made this rice using fresh prawns, capsicum (green bell pepper), egg and some aromatics. This fried rice is waaaaaaaayyyyy better than a restaurant take-out fried rice. You will see! So,…

Kerala Style Chicken Roast

This is a delicious Kerala style chicken roast. It is Chicken pan fried with caramelized onions, laced with the freshness of curry leaves and delicious bits of ginger and garlic. it is scrumptiousness in each bite! This recipe is cooked in 2 steps and it is more of a cooking technique than an actual recipe….

Glazed Strawberry Scones

Do you like strawberries? I love them! They are one of my favourite things to snack on and they are great to bake with as well. I bought a box of fresh and delicious strawberries from the market the other day and thought of baking some scones with them. Baking scones is incredibly easy and…

Tomato Dal

Hello! Welcome to my blog today. I’m going to make a quick post of this amazing Tomato dal. I call this amazing because it really is, you will see. Also, please excuse this picture- I had no intention of making this blog post, but then I took a picture and thought, why not?! So, here…

Gosht Ka Salan (Homestyle Mutton Curry)

I have been meaning to post this recipe for a long time now, i’m finally getting around to it. I make this mutton curry very often. It is simple, tasty and also incredibly delicious as a leftover the next day. Everyone loves this curry and the best part is, there is no browning of onions…

Spicy Fig Jam

Disclaimer: This is a loooooooooong post, if you just want the recipe, just skip to the end:)  It’s been forever since I’ve posted a recipe here. I’ve been trying and experimenting many recipes and small projects to share with you guys. Today, I’m going to share one of my mini-projects that I did a couple…

Tomato and Cashew Rice

I am a big rice-eater, I’ve always been one. I can eat pasta, bread, noodles, soup etc. and still feel like I haven’t really eaten. That meal is not really a meal! That’s how much I love rice. I will cook it 7 times a week! OK, maybe not 7 times but at least 5…

Chettinad Egg Curry

Chettinad cuisine is native to Tamil Nadu, India and is known to be really spicy and deliciously complex in flavour. Chettinad dishes have a lot of heat to them due to the freshly ground spices, especially black pepper. The base or the gravy of a typical Chettinad curry is usually onions, tomatoes, chillies, ginger-garlic, coconut,…

Parsi Style Chicken Cutlets

Let me begin this recipe blog by saying, I like every Parsi dish I’ve ever had. And Parsi dishes like mutton Salli and Berry Pulao are right up there among my all-time favourite dishes! I think Parsi food is delicious and varied and also under-celebrated. I genuinely feel people don’t talk enough about Parsi food….