Kashmiri Saag Haddar Yakhni /Kashmiri Style Mushroom in Spinach -Yogurt Sauce

Kashmiri cuisine is still quite a unknown cuisine for me. Actually i rarely cooked from this cuisine, however blogsphere pulled me to explore this cuisine. I have already two – three dishes from this cuisine. However for this month’s Shh Cooking Secretly, a monthly event started by me, which is now hosted by Mayuri Patel we are […]

Vegan Black-eyed Peas Cumin Rice/Jeera Lobia Chawal

Jeera rice is a well known Indian dish prepared with cumin seeds and rice. Its quite a popular and well known dish in North Indian cuisine and in some part of Pakistan this dish is an everyday rice dish for many. Quite an easy one pot meal to prepare with less efforts. Usually served along […]

Vegan Kala Channa Pulao/Black Chickpeas Pulao

Looking a gluten free one pot meal which is quite a complete meal, obviously my today’s post will definitely fulfil those criterias you are looking for. A simple pulao which calls for one pot cooking. With a dry roasted and freshly prepared spice powder, this pulao gets ready very quickly than you can imagine. No […]

Nariyal Khoya Laddoo/ Dessicated Coconut & Khoya Sweet Balls

If you are looking for an extremely easy sweets to dish out for some special occasions or else for a festival, dont forget to check this incredible Nariyal Khoya Laddoo. With just easily available ingredients and less than 5 ingredients you can roll out these incredibly delicious sweet balls in an ease. I carried unsweetened […]

Multigrains Ghee Laddoo/Sathumaavu Nei Urundai

A packet of whole multigrains aka Sathumaavu cereals were sitting in my pantry since a while. Though i grabbed this packet of mixed whole multigrains for making the usual traditional porridge with it, i changed my mind to dish out some dangerously laddoos with them. Its quite an authentic sweet balls, which is quite often […]

Makhana Goond Ka Laddoos/Puffed Lotus Seeds & Edible Gum Laddoos

Phool Makhana aka puffed lotus seeds, its looks like popcorn is a good source of protein, carbohydrates, fibre, magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc. High in fibre and low in calories, its enables weight loss. Makhana seeds can be eaten raw, roasted  or ground. The puffed seeds are also used in some Indian sweets liks kheer, […]

Club Kachori/Kolkata Style Club Kachori

Indian cuisine is seriously vast and each region of India shares many droolworthy dishes. However i learned so many Regional dishes through blogging, seriously now i can dish out some delightful Regional dishes with an ease. However i love learning some traditional Regional dishes especially North Indian foods. Though been born and brought up in […]

Bingka Telur/Indonesian Egg & Coconut Milk Cake

After two different Asian countries, today we ar going to land in Indonesia. Indonesia cuisine is quite as much as like our own Indian cuisine. Yes spicy foods have their own place in their cooking, most of their cooking style sounds very aromatic and flavourful. Trust me they use loads of herbs and spices in […]

Priya’s Versatile Recipes: Pandesal/Filipino Bread Rolls

Pandesal which is also known as Pan de Sal is a popular bread rolls which is quite common in Philipines. Pan de sal which means Salt bread in Spanich is quite a common bread there and this bread calls for usual ingredients like flour, eggs, yeast,sugar and salt. And the particularity of this bread is […]

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO HOLIDAY BAKING

Sign up today for unlimited baking tricks and recipes updates to fill your holiday. We will send newsletters every week which will be sent to your inbox.