Cream of Mushroom One-pot Pasta

I love cooking food from scratch, there is a sense of completion, a sense of accomplishment that I get, along with off course, a really yummy meal. But sometimes we all are really short on time or just plain lazy and need a meal which is wonderful but doesn’t take much time to get ready….

Quinoa Rawa Uttapam

I love Uttapam, there I said it. Just a plain uttapam made with butter, I can gulp it down without feeling the need of any chutney or sambhar to go with it. I make dosa or uttapam once a week, this time I thought to get a little creative with it. Instead of the original…

Pulled Jack fruit Sandwich

Jackfruit, I have always dreaded it, since my childhood. Never liked or always avoided anything that has jackfruit in it. However, a couple of years back, I came across a basic stir-fry of jackfruit and onion spiced with Cumin, and I realized the great taste Jackfruit can bring to the plate and that started a…

Mutton Haleem

Haleem is one of the popular dishes middle east and India. During the month of ramdan, you can find it available very easily across India. My husband loves eating haleem and me being a vegetarian have always heard him going on and on about how tasty it is.

This time I thought to give him a surprise, so I got everything I needed to make haleem and started my preparations as this is a slow-cooking wonder. It takes 4-5 hours of slow cooking and stirring (regular) that gives it the consistency that it has.

Bread Roll

Last week I was alone at home as my Husband travels a lot, so I am quite used to the idea of “Cooking for one”. I finished my dinner and everything and read a book then started watching (Binge watching) something on TV as was up real late and my Midnight cravings kicked in.

I went back to kitchen saw a couple of boiled potatoes and half a loaf of garlic bread, and the idea came to me to try making a bread roll out of the garlic bread. I normally make it with the white sliced bread. To make this I cut the loaf horizontally into 4 strips and rolled potatoes inside to make a quick snack for me. It was all done in under 20 Min, so here it goes

Beetroot Carrot Kofta in Spinach Gravy

Me and my husband completed our 5 years of marital bliss, I love him totes and enjoy cooking for him. We were swarmed by work so just decided a quiet dinner out and a movie, somehow lunch time we both ended up at home and how could I not make something special for him and thats when I came up with this curry under 30 Min.

Masala Aloo (Sukhi Aloo Sabji)

I don’t think I say it enough but I Love Potato, I mean I absolutely love them! They are so versatile, filling and makes up so many tasty dishes.

This is one such quick recipe of the humble potato

Peanuts Ladoo

Peanuts or groundnuts or moongfali is a versatile seed that has its presence all over the world it is used in curries, makes a wonderful spicy sauce for stir fry , peanut butter to make bread more interesting or it is a snack on its own.

This is a very simple recipe that is close to my childhood , In India peanuts is one of the acceptable food for fasting days so whenever there were days for fasting this amazing peanut ladoo’s were made and as a child I just couldn’t get enough of them.

Masala Arbi (Tangy Colocasia roots)

I Love arbi, love all the styles it is made in dahi wali arbi, dry arbi with onions , masala arbi.. the list of its yummy preparations can go on!

This recipe is for Masala arbi, very simple and easy to follow

This serves 2-3 people as a side

Paneer Adraki

Paneer (Cottage cheese) is a part of Indian food, we love it in curry, a perfectly stuffed paratha of paneer can be described as a piece of heaven in every bite!

I am a foodie and I it is not a secret that I love going out and exploring various places and taste newer food, during one of such escapade I came across this wonderful combination of paneer and a rich gravy called “Paneer Dhaniya Adraki” and I instantly fell in love with this wonderful combination of a rich gravy mildly spiced by ginger and other Indian spices.

Here is my version of the curry I love!

Spinach Beetroot Kofta Curry

Spinach and Beetroot both known for their health benefits along with health they add beautiful contrasting colors to your plate. In this recipe I have tried to combine these 2 colors and create a healthy and nutritious curry, as healthy food can be tasty as well.

This is a healthy version so no cream or butter is added, if you want you can finish gravy with cream