Hello All!! Photo courtesy: foodpunch.com It’s been a while I posted a recipe . This time it’s for mothers with fussy eaters and a constant dilemma what to give in their tiffins or snack time. This recipe is nutritious, quick to make, can be stored in your freezer compartment and good looking too…things couldn’t get better!!!… Read More Devjani’s Corner: Cook With Me: Beetroot Cutlets for the Kids’ Lunch -Box!
(From http://www.sanjeevkapoor.com) Come winter in north India Gobi Gajar and Shalgam ka achhar (Indian Pickled Cauliflowers,Carrots and Turnips) is a household must do. Since every family has their tried and tested secret recipe tucked away there are as many versions of this recipe. My friend Raseel and I decided to try out her family recipe .… Read More Devjani’s Corner Cook With Me: It’s pickling time…. With Gobi, Gajar and Shalgam
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, … Read More Devjani’s Corner (Cook With Me): Gushtaba/Meat Balls Cooked in a Yogurt Gravy
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… Read More Devjani’s Corner (Cook with Me): Gilki or Tori (Ridge Gourd) the Malawi Way