Learn to make Puran Poli and “Seetaphal ki Subzi”. A healthy mix of sweet roti and spicy curry.
For the past few years the most feared item on the Indian menu for the weight watchers, Ghee, has made a huge comeback. The comeback has been with a rider that one should only eat A2 cow ghee. I was not aware of any dairy farm in India where the […]
Amma (my mother-in-law) was a great cook – if there ever was a Masterchef competition for only South Indian vegetarian food when she was alive, she would have won it easily. She could make the same vegetable every single day of the week and each day it would taste different. […]
I grew up not knowing anything about spice powders but made up for it as soon as I got married. My mom-in-law would make many different kinds of spice powders that could be eaten with rice or as an added taste enhancer with some of the “kuzhambu” varieties. I haven’t […]
We have a microwave in the room here at Club Mahindra, which has a grill option as well. I tried watching YouTube videos to see how to make a grilled sandwich in the microwave but couldn’t figure it out, so I simply used the Pressure Cooker on the induction stove. […]
This post is for my blogosphere friend Katharine. When I had posted about churning butter at home, she wanted to know the process. So here it is – Heat full cream milk till it forms a layer of cream and starts to rise. It has to be full cream (Full […]
During summer holidays we would visit both my paternal and maternal grandparents. At my paternal grandmother’s place, they had cows at home and the milk would be heated in a heavy bottomed pan throughout the day as coffee was made or people drank milk. At night, my grandmother would scrape […]
I had been saving a teaspoon of cream that would remain in a 500 ml packet of Amul’s cow milk. I saved it for about a month and my mother was getting antsy that I would just waste it by letting it go rancid. But I had other ideas. I […]