Shuchi’s Colours (Cook With Me): Arty Salad

Hello Everyone! Winter brings a lot of colourful vegetables to our table. So as winter is preparing to bid us goodbye, lets quickly rustle up a really easy to make. It is not only packed with nutrients, but it it really tasty too!! So let’s dive straight in… Ingredients: 1.  Apple chopped into sticks 2….

Cook With Me: Easy Peasy Lemon Chicken with Mushrooms

Hi Everyone! I was looking over my blogs list, and realised that I had not done a recipe post in a while. I absolutely love chicken and any experimental cooking that I do usually involves, well, chicken! So here is another one. The Husband bought some mushrooms on the way back home and I had…

Devjani’s Corner (Cook With Me): Gushtaba/Meat Balls Cooked in a Yogurt Gravy

Hello Friends! It’s time for some non-vegetarian recipe this time… Gushtaba is one of the most easily recognized Kashmiri dishes. It is cooked on special occasions like weddings and festivals.  This a simple to-do-at-home recipe of Gushtaba… It also adds a different colour to the table.  (Stock Image) For the Meat BallsYou will need:  1/2 kg chicken mince, …

Devjani’s Corner (Cook with Me): Gilki or Tori (Ridge Gourd) the Malawi Way

Hello Everyone! The malawis (of Madhya Pradesh) are mainly vegetarians .. But not boring. In fact they do interesting things to boring vegetables. This recipe is from Rajani’s kitchen in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India. Rajani, a Malawi is a hard core vegetarian and her husband a strict  Mathur nonvegetarian….. So their dinner table is always…

Cook With Me: Easy Peasy Prawns in Hot and Sweet Ginger-Garlic Sauce

Hi Everyone! Prawns are a hot favourite among a large number of communities a round the world. So you will find thousands of traditional and modern recipes for prawns. I had been trying out some Indian variants in the last few months with curry leaves, dessicated coconut, just coconut milk or some spice mix.  This…

Cook With Me: Power Breakfast

Hello Everyone! Here’s a power breakfast recipe for you all!! Ingredients: 1. A Glass Jar or any other container (just looks prettier in a glass jar) 2. 3 table spoons of rolled oats 3. just enough milk to soak the oats. 4.  Assorted fruits (pomegranates, mangoes, bananas, apples, grapes, strawberries … anything  you like) 5….