Dadpe Pohe

Dadpe Pohe

Dadpe Pohe tastes awesome. Very fresh and light. Its also a great salad for those who don’t relish salads.

Lockdown Food #3 – Tamarind Sweet Chutney

#LockdownTales The Tamarind Sweet Chutney is a staple addition to several “Chaat” (snack) items. The restaurants make it with sugar and tamarind pulp. Since we are in a lockdown and more importantly since Krishnan and I are trying to avoid white sugar totally, I make this chutney at home so that I can substitute the … Read more Lockdown Food #3 – Tamarind Sweet Chutney

Food During Lockdown #1

#LockdownTales #ChineseVirus BLOT – Cooking is a gender neutral life skill that everyone must learn. As we city dwellers get confined to our homes and are forced to eat home cooked food rather than ordering a meal, I wanted to share some easy things to cook. The lockdown is also a good opportunity to learn … Read more Food During Lockdown #1

Growing Up Mom #7 – Vegetables Vs Vedavalli

The picture below is of my beautiful mother eating a salad :):). The effort involved is clearly seen. She is totally pissed off with me because I forcibly feed her vegetables. To all my school friends and other friends out there, who are all ardent supporters of my mother see this for yourself. Left to … Read more Growing Up Mom #7 – Vegetables Vs Vedavalli

Re-imagining Traditional Food

For the past 10 days, we have been trying to improve our intake of uncooked fresh vegetables because we realised that while we do eat healthy, the content of uncooked vegetables is very low in our preparations. I tried re-imagining two of our favourite breakfast items – Sabudana Khichadi and Poha. Sabudana Khichadi as Bhel … Read more Re-imagining Traditional Food