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This blog is an effort to pen down all the culinery experiments that go on in my kitchen. This is an attempt to put together not only exotic recipes but also 'Quick meals' which can be ready to go.

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  • Vegetarian Kheema
    on Dec 17, 2012 in Dinner Diet Soy
    To cook vegetarian kheema is not very different from mutton/chicken kheema, but it is way more healthier, protein rich and has less fat. For this, you needIngredients - 1 cup soy crispies (I use Nutrela)3 cloves5-6 peppercorns1 tsp red chilly po...
  • Chakli with All Purpose Flour
    on Nov 10, 2012 in Snacks Diwali
    Usually I make chakaliusing Rice Flour, Moong Dal and Udad dal. It comes out quite well too. This time around, I decided to make something different. I didn’t want to use bhajani. So while discussing with a few friends, I fell upon this new recipe.
  • Rawa Ladoo (With Sugar Syrup)
    on Nov 10, 2012 in Snacks Dessert Diwali
    After many years of failed experiments to make this ladoo, I have finally done it! I got the sugar syrup of the right consistency! Oh I feel so proud of myself… So without further delay, lets get to the recipe – Ingredients – Rawa/Semolina...
  • Karanji
    on Nov 8, 2012 in Dessert Diwali
    Karanji has been on my list for quite some time now. However, for the last 2 years, before Diwali I was in Bombay with mom, so did not make any faraal myself. So after a break of 2 years, I am back to making faraal. And this time around, I decided to...
  • Besan Ladoo in Microwave
    on Nov 5, 2012 in Dessert Diwali
    Making desserts is all a matter of technique. Now I may be sounding like one of the pastry chefs on “Top Chef”, but it is so true. Experimental cooking has never worked for me when I make any desserts, be it Indian or any other. Besan ladoos was...
  • Mango Jam
    on Jul 31, 2012
    My hiatus from the blog has been so long, it actually took me a while to get used to the new UI. So much has changed since I last posted here... Moved to a different country, then a different city in the new country, had 2 wonderful babies and made a...
  • Corn Palak (With whole corn cobs)
    on May 4, 2010 in Dinner Vegetable
    Butta is my all time favorite. A trip to Juhu beach (in Mumbai) without biting on the freshly roasted corn cobs brushed with lemon, salt and red chilly is incomplete! For those who have not experienced this, you are definitely missing something! A tr...
  • Ganpati Bappa Morya!!! (Modak)
    on Apr 15, 2010 in Ganpati Dessert
    Well, I know it is not Ganesh Chaturthi yet - but that should not stop you from enjoying his favorite dessert - "modak". Although my most favorite are "Ukdiche (steamed) modak", DH loves the deep fried variety. So MIL decided to oblige. And I must sa...
  • Deep fried modak
    on Apr 15, 2010 in Ganpati Dessert
    Well, I know it is not Ganesh Chaturthi yet - but that should not stop you from enjoying his favorite dessert - "modak". Although my most favorite are "Ukdiche (steamed) modak", DH loves the deep fried variety. So MIL decided to oblige. And I must sa...
  • Hello All
    on Apr 14, 2010
    So after a hiatus of 5 months, I am back! The past 5 months have been very interesting. The challenges and joys of motherhood and pressures of being a working mom has left but very little time for anything else. But a smile on the little one's face w...
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