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It is time time consuming to make this sabzi, but it is absolutely delicious.

Chakki Ki Sabzi | Madhya Pradesh style Wholewheat flour dumplings in sauce

This Chakki Ki Sabzi, made from whole wheat dumplings in a tangy sauce is a meal by itself.  Apart from being a meal, this spicy and tangy sabzi also goes well with rice. This month, us bloggers from  Shhhhh Cooking Secretly Challenge traveled to the land known as the “heart of India” also known as Madhya Pradesh. … Continue reading “Chakki Ki Sabzi | Madhya Pradesh style Wholewheat flour dumplings in sauce”

Moong and cabbage Rice | A Simple one pot rice recipe

Sometimes i just want to throw all things together in a pot and get something nice to eat. This Moong and cabbage rice is exactly that, a one pot recipe filled with deliciousness.    These days whenever we have friends over for dinner or lunch, i make this moong and cabbage rice instead of a … Continue reading “Moong and cabbage Rice | A Simple one pot rice recipe”

Vazhakka Thoran is an easy and classic dish made with Raw banana and coconut. This version of stir fry can be easily served with rice or roti

Vazhakka Thoran | Kerala Style Raw Banana Stir Fry

Vazhakka Thoran is an easy and classic dish made with Raw banana and coconut. This version of stir fry can be easily served with rice or rotis. In the last few months, the state of Kerala has been in the news because of floods and devastation across the state. Many people have lost their near … Continue reading “Vazhakka Thoran | Kerala Style Raw Banana Stir Fry”

This Thursday, a few of us bloggers got to sample the menu created by Jr Sous Chef Shishir Rai as part of the Dragon Food Festival at Sheraton Bengaluru.

Dragon Food Festival at Inzia Restaurant at Sheraton Bengaluru

This Thursday, a few of us bloggers got to sample the menu created by Jr Sous Chef Shishir Rai as part of the Dragon Food Festival at Sheraton Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel & Convention Centre. Chef de Cusine Rungtiwa Sorlae and Chef Shishir Rai, gave us a preview of the menu served at InAzia as part of … Continue reading “Dragon Food Festival at Inzia Restaurant at Sheraton Bengaluru”

Crumb pasta with roasted vegetables and seeds is a very simple kid friendly pasta recipe. The recipe has the goodness of vegetables and seeds

Crumb pasta with roasted vegetables and seeds

Crumb pasta with roasted vegetables and seeds, a simple and family friendly pasta to have on a relaxed weekend. It has  the goodness of vegetables like zucchini, tomatoes, mushrooms, red bell peppers and my little twist of roasted seeds.  We as a family love pasta and are always looking at interesting recipes to try out. … Continue reading “Crumb pasta with roasted vegetables and seeds”

Step by step details were given by Chef Kimberly to make Vanilla Berry Gateuax at the Academy of Pastry Arts in Bangalore.

Dessert class at Academy of Pastry Arts | Vanilla Berry Gateuax

This sunday we learnt to make Vanilla Berry Gateuax at the Academy of Pastry Arts in Bangalore. The entire session was very well organised and the chef taught and explained every step with great enthusiasm. The Academy of Pastry Arts, Bangalore this sunday hosted a special desert class and showed us step by step on … Continue reading “Dessert class at Academy of Pastry Arts | Vanilla Berry Gateuax”

Introduction to Sindhi Cuisine at Sindh Kitchen in Bangalore. From Sai Bhaji to dal pakwan and from palak pathe chaat to pragree, the food was yum.

Sindhi Cuisine at Sindh Kitchen, Bangalore (Malleswaram)

My introduction to Sindhi Cuisine at Sindh Kitchen in Bangalore. There is always a first time for tasting food isnt it?? Sai bhaji is the best thing to make if you want to get greens and vegetables into kids said Vandana aunty. She said the Sai means “green” and the Bhaji is traditionally made with … Continue reading “Sindhi Cuisine at Sindh Kitchen, Bangalore (Malleswaram)”

Step by step instruction on making Bassaaru and sabakki soppu pallaya. This Karnataka style sambar / rasam is best served with Ragi mudde

Bassaaru and sabakki soppu pallaya | Dill leaves and lentil curry

This traditional and authentic Bassaaru and sabakki soppu pallaya from Karnataka, was taught to me by my help. This recipe calls for multiple steps but the end result is so tasty and highly nutritious. Life with Ragi I got married in 2003 and have been in Bangalore ever since. Before i write about anything else … Continue reading “Bassaaru and sabakki soppu pallaya | Dill leaves and lentil curry”