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After a somewhat blah day, the thing you need or rather should need, is a comforting bowl of pudding. Give yourself five minutes of silence to eat it slowly and wantonly and forget the day. Alternatively, it is also a great stress buster to make. It’s one of those hard-to-mess up recipes since all the … Continue reading Bread Pudding recipe with a Laganu twist
I like Karela. There I said it! I’m that weirdo who looks forward to numbing my palate with the bitterness of this vegetable. Oh and it’s bittergourd I’m talking about by the way. But like so many things we mask beautifully with our spices and techniques in Indian cooking, this dish is not just palatable- … Continue reading The stuffed Karela- a bitter sweet ending!
The images that spring to mind when you hear ‘Goa’ are beaches, shacks and surf. But there’s a different side to goa that I’ve been exploring every so often, and it’s the villages inland and Goa by the riverside. They’re away from the tourist traps and present a Goa which is quite magical. Siolim is … Continue reading Siolim-Goa’s River retreats
Traditional Indian breads are a peek into our past. The pav for instance is the story of the Portuguese in India. Continue reading Gutli Pav-The other Indian bread (part 2)
In Bombay, we’re so used to sliced bread or the pav that we often think of only these two and their variations – like the gutli pav and the chappatti, when it comes to bread. In fact though, there’s a world of Indian breads to discover. In my search to keep lesser known … Continue reading The other Indian Breads
It’s about 2 days to Valentine’s Day and while most of the world goes all heart-shaped in the iris and hormones go into overdrive at the thought of nights filled with red, lacey lingerie… I urge you to use these precious few hours in the cementing of true love… go marinate some ham! While it … Continue reading If you really love ’em, say it with a ham flower!