I have tried this personal version of vegetarian pad thai by mixing two different recipes. First part of my inspiration was Instagram. This social media application is a great way of following Indian food bloggers. The incredible women I follow have great pictures (recipes) to share and inspire novices like me in this field. One
Believe it or not, I never drank mango lassi when I was in India. I refused to do so. I didn’t like the sour taste of yogurt with milk (I had weird food preferences). Anyway, I have started drinking Mango lassi after leaving India. It is easily available at Indian restaurants here in Copenhagen and
Egg curry is ideal for a typical Sunday lunch. It’s extremely tasty and healthy gravy which can be eaten with roti or naan. There are various recipes for the same online. I have decided to make it the following way after reading few recipes online and trying to remember how my mother use to make
Paneer (cottage cheese) is loved by Indians and used in many dishes with extremely tasty gravy. Eatimg a paneer gravy with naan is perfect for a dinner parties! Paneer Mutter is one such gravy dish which is loved by my husband. He is the reason why this dish is made so often at our place. It was
After living in Sweden for 2 months now, I have started craving typical Indian fried snacks! Batata Vada is one of them, which forms an integral part of the most famous street food of Mumbai called as Vada paav. People have written so much about this food item, so much so, it’s called the “Indian burger“. The
Palak or Spinach is a controversial leafy vegetable! I understand not many eat it . I have always loved spinach. Usually, as a child I have eaten some basic recipes or spinach where it was teamed up with moong dal or potatoes. There is another recipe called Methi malai mutter which is commonly liked and
Puran poli is a dessert which is specially made during festival of colors called Holi in India. It is actually one of my all time favorite comfort food. It tastes wonderful!! The word Puranpoli consists of actually two words Puran is the sweet filing we insert in the dough to make poli (roti) which means
I was surprised when I had seen vegetarian samosa in a Italian salad shop called Le Appétit in Copenhagen, Denmark. Samosa’s are commonly found in any part of India. It’s a cheap snack found in road-side, sea-side food stalls, hotels and restaurants. It’s a tasty snack eaten with tea or coffee in office canteen too.