Tamarind chutney | sweet chutney

It’s another one of the most popular chutney in north Indian household. A very simple dip with bare minimum ingredients. All it needs is soaked tamarind and jaggery and a little seasoning. RECIPE: INGREDIENTS: Tamarind: 100gms Jaggery: 100gms Salt: 1tsp Red chillies powder: a pinch Cumin powder: a pinch Dried mint powder (optional): a pinch…

Tomato Soup | Hearty and warm soup recipe|

This is one of the easiest and most popular soup recipe across the globe. Every household has a family recipe for this soup which they hold on to and take pride in . And why wouldn’t they, as it’s one of the favourite the comfort food everywhere. The recipe I share here is the one…

Pork Lasagna Recipe|Easiest Lasagna Recipe

Ohh…. that’s a beaut!! If you do not prefer pork, it can easily be replaced with minced chicken or beef, changing the cooking time accordingly. To make the marinara sauce I used in this recipe: click here. You can substitute it with store bought/ canned/ your favorite marinara sauce. This basic recipe shared above is…

Krapow Kai | Thai style stir fried Chicken with Basil

Spending last 4years in Thailand (Bangkok) really helped me discover thai cuisine on a very basic and regional level. Before moving to Bangkok, thai cuisine was typically defined by thai green curry or thai red curry in a fancy thai restaurant back in India and the curries too were slightly modified and tempered to suit…

Fish Curry | South Indian Fish Curry

A mouth watering and finger licking recipe! This recipe actually started as a quick fix for lunch on a busy afternoon, when I didn’t have much time to think and make something elaborate. I rushed through my refrigerator and pantry to see what I’ve got to whip something quick. I found frozen fish in my…

Homemade Pesto sauce | Pesto Dip

Freshly made Pesto from the scratch… Fundamental key to any great dish is the best quality ingredient. I highly recommend using good quality Olive oil and Parmesan and also make sure basil leaves are fresh and crisp. Old and dull leaves will not give a bright green color. Also, more importantly, I make my pesto…