Moving the blog

Hi friends, For the past few days, I’ve been struggling to move my blog to a self hosted one. So migrating the posts,images and all other things are going on. Most important thing for me is in this migration process is that i don’t lose any of my valuable readers. My new self hosted site…

Indian Spiced Rajma Masala

Rajma Masala is an Indian curry recipe prepared with kidney beans and tomato onion gravy and is typically served with steamed rice & ghee. Rajma or kidney beans have many health benefits due to its high fibre content, contains iron, folate, zinc and magnesium. High fibre content helps to stabilize blood sugar levels, magnesium acts…

Bengali Spiced Pineapple Chutney

Also known as ‘Anarosher Chutney‘. This chutney is sweet, a bit spicy and rich yellow in colour perfect to complement any lunch/dinner menu. Back home in the city where I grew up this chutney played a very prominent role than just a dish to compliment the food. A Bengali meal is always incomplete without a chutney…

Blueberry Jam

Blueberry Jam Without Using Pectin Hello to my foodie friends, This was my first time making blueberry jam and my first time making any kind of jam recipe without pectin. It turned out great. Initially, I wasn’t sure of this recipe. But my love for blueberries made me try it. So I started with a…

Black Pepper Tofu

Black Pepper Stir Fried Tofu. This is a crispy black pepper tofu recipe tossed in black pepper sauce. Ready in minutes! My black pepper tofu sauce is all about flavour. Basically, you saute shallots, garlic, chilli peppers and crispy tofu pieces in a deep dark black pepper sauce. Now let me talk about how to…

Chicken Tikka Risotto

Hello foodies, A little while ago I got brave and decided to make parmesan risotto for lunch which turned out to be one of my favourite dishes of all time. You just need arborio rice and some parmesan cheese, remaining basic ingredients are always in your kitchen. So then I thought “why not try a…

Coconut Lemonade

  Since summer I have been eyeing over tender coconuts in the grocery stores. Finally this Sunday I picked up one from my nearest grocery store & decided to make coconut lemonade. I added a layer of coconut cream made from the malai of the coconut for a touch of tropical taste. Serves: 2 Ingredients: 1 whole…

Rooibos Tea

Rooibos tea is made with leaves of a bush plant that is only found in South Africa. It has no calories & no caffeine yet contains tons of antioxidants. Originally the leaves of these plants were used to make herbal medicines which pretty much gives you an idea of how healthy the tea actually is….

Custard

Custard preparation is extremely simple. You can add any fruits of your choice to this custard. Just keep in mind to add the fruits only after the custard milk has cooled down.If the fruits are added while the milk is too hot, it will not thicken. Apart from any fruits you can add any dry…

Blueberry Muffin Smoothie

Blueberries are a good source of vitamin K. They also contain vitamin C, fibre and other antioxidants(notably anthocyanins). Valued for its high level of antioxidants, some nutritionists believe that if you make only one change to your diet, it should be to add blueberries. This delicious blueberry muffin smoothie is the perfect way to start…

Fresh Lemonade

“When life gives you lemons make lemonade.” Because no matter what time of the year is there is just something so happy about lemons. They can brighten up a dish or a drink or can be used as so many fun ideas. Check out the recipe for SUMMER TIME’S easiest lemonade – FRESH & TRADITIONAL….

Thai Iced Tea

Creamy, sweet, rich & ORANGE. Thai Tea originates from Thailand, a country in South East Asia. Every once in a while I get craving for Thai Iced Tea and sometimes its’ nice to be able to make it at your own home. During my grocery shopping at an Asian market I got a huge bag of…