It was Diwali and a long weekend when I visited Kausani in Uttarakhand. It was a four days’ off, so I planned to head towards Himalayas.
I’d always wanted to explore Uttarakhand as Dhanaulti and Munsiyari in the state have always fascinated me. These are some offbeat hill stations to visit. I started with Kausani, Mahatma Gandhi called it the mini Switzerland of India and now I know the reason.
Continue reading “An Affair with Local Food and the Himalayas at Kausani”
It is one of those days when I want to write and share a recipe with you but couldn’t focus. Does this happens with you too? And when? I have so many things to share, everything is organized too – I have planned how to proceed, maintained a planner – just that I need a motivation or something like that!
When such is the case, I simply cook, to get cleared in my head. And today I cooked Mooli (Radish) ki Sabzi. This veggie is one such cuisine you will find at many Indian homes during Winter season. This Mooli ki Sabzi recipe is very easy to make, less ingredients and it doesn’t require much involvement. You just put everything on stove and see the magic 🙂 Continue reading “Easy Mooli ki Sabzi Recipe | How to Make Radish Sabzi”
Palak or Spinach is very healthy and nutritious and since Winter season is at doors, we will get a lot of fresh spinach at the veggie markets. I’m sharing one of the best and simple recipes you can make from spinach – Simple Aloo Palak ki Sabzi. Continue reading “Simple Aloo Palak ki Sabzi | How to Cook a No-Onion Simple Aloo Palak Sabzi”
Thanks a lot Anu, from Taste Buds, to write a guest post for us. She is an amazing food blogger. Anu is from Kerala and now residing at Dubai. A software engineer by profession turned out be a full time home maker. She has started to blog 2 years back which is mainly focused in Indian cuisines. You can check out her blog here and follow her on Facebook/Instagram/Pinterest.
Handing over to Anu from here 🙂 Continue reading “How to Make Gulab Jamun from Bread | Guest Recipe by Anu Yalo”
Sponge Gourd or Nenua (in Hindi) is one vegetable I missed a lot when in Hyderabad. This simple nenua ki sabzi is very easy to make and is one of my favorites. Even a 15-year-old can make it.
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”
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”
Karonda Recipe is from Mom’s Recipe Box. Karonda ki Sabzi tastes yum when accompanied with Kachoris, as she says it. You will absolutely love it if you prefer sour food.
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”
The Grub Fest, India’s Biggest Food Festival Returns to the Capital.
India’s biggest and most awaited food festival is back to the capital with over 70 restaurants, a mini food truck festival and an amazing line-up of performers and artistes for live entertainment. Continue reading “The Grub Fest is Back!”
Thoughts, they have no boundations! They can go from meeting Chef Ramsay to launching your own book! Welll, thoughts, as I’d said, are limitless.
I’m writing this roundup after many months. Yeah, I had an excuse earlier of relocating but it’s done and I’m settled in this new city, Gurgaon. I need to explore it more. By the time you can check out the reviews on my Zomato Page. Show me some love there too 🙂 In short like the reviews or drop a comment if you visited the reviewed restaurant and share your experiences. Continue reading “September 2016 Roundup | Time for Dussehra”
Aloo ki kachori is typically a north Indian dish. You can take it in snacks and if you are a kachori lover, you would definitely want to have it in breakfasts too.
Kachori is a deep fried, crispy and flaky pastry, similar to samosa. But it is different in shape and taste, and the ingredients too. You can make kachoris from peas, aloo, moong dal, urad dal or keema stuffing. I chose to make and share aloo kachori recipe as potatoes are my daughter’s favourite. Continue reading “Aloo ki Kachori – a Special Holiday Snack”
You say chicken and I would say a YES! That’s my love for the Chicken cuisines. So, here I’m, again, with another Recipe – Kashmiri Chicken Rogan Josh. Usually, people have mutton rogan josh but as I said I love chicken cuisines, I replaced mutton with chicken and made this Kashmiri Chicken Rogan Josh. Continue reading “An Easy Recipe for Kashmiri Chicken Rogan Josh”
There are more than 12,000 curry houses in the UK and we spend more than £250m a year on Indian food in the UK. One in seven curries sold in the UK is a Chicken Tikka masala, making it the UK’s most popular Indian dish. The largest curry in the UK was made by a UK chef, Abdul Salam, in 2005, and weighed 10.3 tonnes. Continue reading “Curry is Britain’s Favourite Indian Food”