Vegan Chocolate Mug Cake

This spectacular recipe takes about two minutes to prepare and less than 2 minutes to bake. It's a healthy alternative to the usual cakes because there isn't maida or white sugar or eggs or dairy. So what's it made of you ask:1. Millet flour or any healthy flour - 3 tbsp2. Jaggery - 2 tbsp3.... Continue Reading →

MTR’s Masala Idli

Masala Idli from MTR's wide range of ready mixes with Coconut and Tamarind Chutney from Sasha's blends😊 A 500 gm packet makes a batch of 12 bouncy, fluffy and super scrummy Idlis. Though the instructions on the packet mention nothing about adding water, I did add a little to get the batter of desired consistency.... Continue Reading →

Restaurant Style Dal Khichdi

Khichdi needs no prologue. It's a baby's first introduction to solid food, comfort food for cool mornings and chilly nights, remedy when one's under the weather (cuz it's easy on the gut) and a quick fix when you don't fancy cooking an elaborate meal. Most importantly, it's a blessing when you have a bad toothache... Continue Reading →

Baked Feta Cheese Pasta

Bubbling block of cheese, bursting cherry tomatoes, aromatic garlic… this one pan wonder is as delightful to make as it is to eat. No muss no fuss; add everything to the casserole or a baking dish along with a sprinkle of salt and pepper, chilli flakes and a drizzle of olive oil. Let it sizzle... Continue Reading →

Surmai Fry

Marinade: Marinate the slices in 2 tbsps Red chilli powder, 1 tsp garam masala powder, 1/2 Tsp turmeric powder, 1 tsp coriander powder, 1 tsp ginger-garlic paste, a small bunch of chopped fresh coriander leaves, few chopped curry leaves, 2 tbsp vegetable oil, juice of half a lemon and salt as per taste. Leave the... Continue Reading →

Herbal Tea

It's pelting down outside. Thundering and lightening have made a rare but dramatic appearance of this season. I'm grappled with sore throat and that's my tea boiling away.I'm not a tea fanatic. Therefore, when I make one for myself, I add a world of herbs to it. That way it doesn't taste like the usual... Continue Reading →

TOMATO JAM at home. Tangy, sweet with a dash of spice, it's fast and simple to make. No skinning or boiling or blitzing, just chopping. The thing I love about this jam is its consistency. Unlike sauce, this has chewy bits of tomatoes that makes it more fun. All you have to do is deseed... Continue Reading →

I love sprouting beans and legumes at home; I find it very therapeutic, keeping a tab on how their tails grow long and glorious. Sprouting may look like an easy process but it needs the right technique to extract all the goodness. It's a process where seeds and legumes are germinated and eventually cooked for... Continue Reading →

Superloaded Fried Eggs

These revolutionary fried eggs are a full-fledged meal in itself. And this video is sure to get you drooling. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDSnT7dReoE  

New adventure today. Aka KHARVAS, a milk pudding made of colostrum. What's colostrum? you ask. It's the first form of milk when the 🐄 or 🐃 gives birth. It's an ubiquitous dessert in Maharashtrian households; made by a super simple process of mixing colostrum with milk, sugar or jaggery, a pinch of grated nutmeg and... Continue Reading →

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