Flavor packed with warm spices, Tomato Shorba is an Indian tomato soup that was introduced by the Mughals. It is typically prepared with only tomatoes, but I like to add one red pepper and then roast it for maximum flavor burst.
A little sweet, earthy warm flavors and a mild pungent kick! This Orange Spiced Mulled Wine is so cozy and delicious. It also smells absolutely divine! Serve it warm or at room temperature, this mulled wine makes for a perfect holiday party drink.
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.
Happy New Year! Wishing you all a fantastic and fun filled 2018. I read somewhere that a cup of hot chocolate is like a hug from the inside. So, I couldn’t think of anything better to start my blog chapter of 2018. This Chai Spiced Hot Chocolate is a luscious winter indulgence. A warm hug!
The very first time I ate Sarso Ka Saag (Mustard Greens Curry) was in a restaurant. My friend had ordered it. I went with the typical chicken butter masala. I was not much of a food fanatic. And used to order only those dishes that I was acquainted with. My friend, being a Punjabi, couldn’t pass sarso ka saag. And as expected, she paired it with makki ki roti. When the food arrived, my facial expression offended my friend a little. To me, it looked like blob of green with yellow rubber-like breads. I was so ignorant back then. I…
Does it ever amaze you that how many similar looking dishes are prepared or served otherwise with different names across the world? When I came across Congee, it instantly reminded me of khichdi and risotto. All three dishes are rice based meal. Needs slow long cooking hours. And gives a sheer level of coziness in every spoonful. Rice, being the staple for half of the world’s population, makes numerous such hearty one-pot meals in different delicious ways.