Soft whole-wheat dough is stuffed with a mixture of spices, mashed potatoes and kale, rolled into a thin disk. It is then, charred on a hot skillet with some ghee or butter. Potato and Kale Stuffed Paratha is one of those carb-loaded meals that is best for breakfast so that you could burn off the calories during the day. But when the craving hits, you can’t really help it and then, you see yourself enjoying it for dinner. Paired with some yogurt and spiced pickle, it’s such a comforting meal.
Jumbo rigatoni pasta dunked in creamy sauce with the goodness of broccoli makes this Rigatoni Broccoli Casserole a delicious meal for kids and adults. I don’t often bake pasta but every time I do it, I try to sneak in some veggies and not overload it with cheese. Less guilt that way! This particular pasta casserole was fun to build, as I loved how it looked from top, like honeycomb.
Healthy, nutritional and protein packed, this Soya Chunks Curry can be your delicious weeknight meal! With the right balance of flavor and texture, it’s a mouthful at every bite. We Indians grew up eating soya chunks quite often and in different forms. So, I thought of sharing few of my favorites, starting with the easy curry.
As some of you might know from my Insta-stories, I am on a vacation right now! We are on a much-needed fun and relaxing break. We don’t have any major plans except for eating a ton of food, relaxing and strolling around the streets! So, during this time, I will have some of my amazing friends sharing their recipes with you. I am starting it with this delicious Creamy Butter Garlic Shrimp Pasta by Richa from My Food Story. We can never have enough pasta and I am always looking for easy pasta recipes that can be whipped up quickly…
After a month of back and forth, we finally have the name and the book cover! I am so happy to ultimately share it with you. Through the process of writing the book and photographing all the dishes, I don’t think I ever sat down to realize the scale of the achievement. Now, when I see the book cover again and again with the title, my name on it and those dishes that I cooked, it started to feel a lot real. Soon, I can call myself an author. Oh boy! To celebrate the moment, I wanted to make something…
It’s kind of a bummer when special days fall on a weekday, unless you work from home or you are the stay-in type like us. We never liked eating out on Valentine’s Day because the restaurants are just over crowded. So, the idea of cooking a simple meal, paired with a good bottle of wine and followed by television has been our ideal way to celebrate the day. I don’t even want to blame our little boy for this situation. We have been this way even when we were the more energetic couple. If you are like us, this collection…
Soft and silky crepes filled with flavor packed mushroom and spinach creamy sauce. It makes for a great breakfast, lunch or dinner. Mushroom And Spinach Crepes is so easy to put together that you can even make it on busy weeknights.
Smooth, wholesome and cozy bowls of soup is what we need this month! This Roasted Broccoli and Fennel Soup is super easy to make and roasting the veggies just makes the soup tastier. Top it with some croutons, shaved parmesan cheese, a little drizzle of olive oil and dig in.
This year I spent more time in my tiny kitchen than in any other corner of our home. It was all about testing and retesting every single recipe. Followed by photographing and of course the writing. Wow, does it feel lovely to finally share this news with you guys. Yes, I am writing and photographing my first cookbook. You never think something like this will ever happen to you. Then it actually does. A dream that I had for a while now, is shaping up beautifully and becoming a reality. It just feels amazing.