Shukto is a traditional Bengali dish, served towards the beginning of a meal, esp. lunch. It is supposed to be a palate cleanser, made with mixed vegetables including at least one bitter vegetable, simmered with a hint of sugar and milk. The recipe is a breakaway from the traditional Shukto, made with just one vegetable…
A fresh sweetcorn pudding served with caramelised popcorn and ice cream.
– 100gm of black eyed peas soaked for at least 5 hours and pressure cooked to 2-3 whistles and drained. – 1 tsp olive oil – 1 white onion, finely chopped – 4/5 garlic cloves, finely chopped – 1 tsp finely ground white pepper – 1 tbsp dry basil leaves – 2 tbsp tomato ketchup –…
Ingredients: Chicken: 1kg (medium cut) Potato: 2 Big Diced into querters) Onion: 1(sliced) + 3(pounded) (Medium sized) Garlic: 2 inch (pounded) Ginger: 1 whole (pounded) Lemon: 1 small (Take out the juice) Mustard Oil: 8 tbsp Ghee: 1 tsp Turmeric paste: 1 tbsp+1tsp Red chilli paste: 1 tbsp Corainder paste: 1 tbsp Cumin paste: ½…
Easy to cook dhaba-style Punjabi dhal
A popular Kashmiri delicacy, made in a simplistic style.
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Healthy salad option with the nutritional benefits of asparagus, crunchiness of roasted peanuts and spicy kick of birds eye chillies and soya sauce
Cute as a button eggless cookies done in 10 minutes. Nice? Very!
An unusual combination of chickpeas and mushrooms, but make for a delicious curry.
A quick and easy-peasy dry fruit brittle that even Ganeshji would approve of.
Isn’t this just the yummiest way to get your veggie fix? I think you too! 🙂