I had shared Cornflakes Namkeen mixture recipe, months back. This Caramelised Cornflakes Namkeen is another version which I’d experimented yesterday and it was successful. Continue reading Caramelised Cornflakes Namkeen
Rainforest, a ‘Jungle’ theme-based Restro-Bar had rolled out a campaign this Diwali named as ‘Ek Diya Jawaano Ke Naam‘. Diwali, celebrated with much pomp and glory at the end of autumn in India, is popularly known as “the festival of lights”. As bit by bit, every corner of the country lights up — with diyas, with the sparkle of a firecracker in the sky and with the brightest of smiles.
While every Indian celebrates the festival pompously, there are soldiers who don’t even remember when did they celebrate their last Diwali with their families. The purpose of the campaign was to establish an emotional connect between the civilians and the soldiers during festival. While conducting the campaign, Rainforest gave away Diyas to the customers, urging them to light them in the name of the brave soldiers who are guarding the borders so that everybody can celebrate this festival safely. Continue reading Feel the Jungle in Mumbai with Rainforest | Press Release
When I say two-ingredient Nenua ki sabzi recipe, that means the main ingredients are just onions and nenua or sponge gourd. The other ingredients are green chillies, salt and oil from you Kitchen shelf. That’s it. Continue reading Two-Ingredient Nenue ki Sabzi | How to Make Sponge Gourd, the Simple Way
Bhindi is a very common vegetable at Indian Kitchens. There are so many different ways you can cook Bhindi or lady finger or okra. I, recently, came across something unusual made of Bhindi at a food show. A Bhindi Ice Cream! You can find it in Gujarat. I don’t know if we can get it in other parts of India too.
Earlier, I’d shared an on-request recipe of Kurkuri Bhindi Fry. Just click on the link and try another Bhindi Recipe. Do not forget to write to me or tag #foodeezjunction when you share on Facebook or Instagram.
Do you know the health benefits of Bhindi? It helps in digestion, controls blood sugar level and also helps improve immunity. Write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are looking for some specific Bhindi Recipe and I’ll definitely get back. Continue reading Bhindi Recipe, Less Ingredients and an Awesome Taste
Well, officially, now that I’m a food blogger 😀 I attended the event “Flavothon” at Cha Bar. I’d met some amazing people there along with Executive Chef Abhishek Basu from The Park. Continue reading Bloggers’ Meet – Flavothon at Cha Bar, New Delhi
Hope you are having a great time! As I’d said earlier, I will restart the Kitchen category soon, I’m still working on the topics; meanwhile if you want some guidance in setting up your kitchen and the basic things you would require, feel free to drop your message in the comment section below or just email me at email@example.com . I’ll try and guide you in the best possible way. Continue reading October 2016 Roundup
As promised, here are the Best Diwali Sweet Recipes. These dessert recipes had already appeared on the food blog. Continue reading Best Diwali Sweets Recipes
I’d made this Moong Dal Kheer yesterday. It is also called as Moong Dal Atwal. I exactly do not know the origin of this dessert but will find someone who would talk to me about this kheer. Or if you know some facts related to Moong Dal Kheer, please let me know because knowledge is for sharing.
Sadly, what I wrote here somehow got deleted and I’ve to start all over again. Anything for Desserts recipes! Continue reading Moong Dal Atwal | How to Make Moong Dal Kheer
Karonda or Crane Berry or Carissa Carandas or Cranberry is a berry-like fruit. Karonda pickles are very common here but sabzi I have hardly heard of anywhere else. The sabzi is made out of slightly unripe karonda. Continue reading Khatti Meethi Karonda Sabzi Recipe | How to Make Sweet and Sour Karonda
I always preferred Pooris over Kachoris until now. While buying vegetables for last week, I got Karonda (or crane berries) too. Upon seeing Karonda, the first thought was to make its sabzi like how mom-used to make at home.
I called mom over phone and told her about the veggie and she was pleased to tell me the recipe on how she makes Karonda ki Sabzi. And then when she asked what will you make as the accompaniment, I plainly said paratha. She encouraged me to make Kachoris this time and have with Karonde ki sabzi. I followed her and the result was really really great. Continue reading Please Your Palate! Homemade Kachoris Recipe | How to Make Kachori
Diwali! The name itself makes me go down the memory lane. We would meet and greet everyone, while I specially used to attend the puja at my friend’s place. As I say, childhood memories are the best ones!
Diwali is the symbol of the triumph of good over evil. It is incomplete without the exchange of sweets and savouries with family and friends. I don’t know how many (or all of you) wait for your Diwali bonuses, a gift from office 😉 .. Well, I used to wait for it 😀 Continue reading What to Make in Snacks This Diwali | Recipes
We are already in a festive mode. Isn’t it? To save your time and make you the rockstar in making desserts, here I am, with the simple recipe of Rabri. Continue reading Rabri Recipe | How to Make No-Sugar Rabri at Home
Thank you Chef Ashay Dhopatkar to guest post the recipes with Foodeez Junction on the occasion of Karwa Chauth.
The saying, ‘a way to a man’s heart is through his stomach’, is not true only for men! Women have discerning palates too. Karwa Chauth, a day when wives fast to pray for their husbands’ health and longevity, is the perfect time to pamper your wife’s taste buds. What’s more, if you don the chef’s apron in the kitchen it will give her a much-needed respite from toiling in the kitchen. As if that’s not all, it could be a romantic evening for the two of you when you feed her with the labours of your love.
While Karwa Chauth is a perfect day for a man to take charge of the kitchen and let the wife chill, don’t restrict exhibiting your culinary skills for special days only. Set aside at least two meals in a week when you surprise your wife and become a chef par excellence! Cooking at home should be a shared responsibility – not to just ease work or life-related pressures but also give an opportunity for couples to bond.
In fact, as I look at it, it is not even a responsibility! It is a lot of fun. There’s nothing like making a surprise dinner for your partner every once in a while to take your romance several notches higher.
I would like to share some really easy recipes that you can replicate at home to rustle up a fine-dining experience within the confines of your home.
Here I’m, again, with another recipe. Tawa Butter Naan! The name Tawa Butter Naan because I’d made it on tawa or griddle. I hope you will like this recipe. I’m starting with the basic recipe of plain naan which can then be converted to butter naan. You need to follow the method given for the recipe 🙂
Naan is flat-bread, baked in hot tandoor or ovens made of clay. That’s why when these naans are prepared in ovens, they are called as tandoori naans. Naan, basically, has an origination of South Asia. There are many variations of this flat bread. For example – Kashmiri and Peshawari naans are filled with dry fruits, Garlic, butter and Roghani naans. Continue reading Tawa Butter Naan Recipe | How to Make Butter Naan on Tawa