As a child, I was reluctant to eat beetroots and radishes. Now, I have cultivated a habit of trying new recipes and incorporate everything I wouldn’t eat before. One such effort was eating them in Bulgur recipe. These days I can eat any vegetable if it is in combination with Bulgur. It becomes a perfect
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
I really love pasta! I haven’t made fresh pasta, till date. I will make it someday. Till then, I love all kinds of commercially available pasta. I usually make vegetarian recipes by adding some Indian spices. I guess this is because I identify it better. But, I am pretty sure these ingredients are replaceable or
I simply miss eating “Rava onion mysore masala dosa” served in a local restaurant ( Navratna, Navi Mumbai). Hence, I decided to re-create the magic of my favourite dosa and my love of onion uttappam together. It was a good trial dish and more changes could be made over time. I have made mini versions
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
As I sit here in my apartment soaking the sunlight seeping from my balcony door (a rare sunny day in Sweden), I am reading about the delayed monsoons in India. The much-awaited rains have arrived few days back in Mumbai. Ah!! the smell of the soil after first rains and the drop in temperatures when
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.
Restaurant Name: Kobes Sizzlers Place: Kormangala, Bangalore, Karnataka I had never been to a place before which specializes only in sizzlers. This was an interesting experience. Boiled, slightly charred vegetables and a patty with French fries were the common contents. Ordering french fries instead of mashed potatoes was a good decision. I ordered Vegetarian Satellite