Garlic Naan

I have mentioned it here and I don't shy away from repeating it as often I get an opportunity. I love recreating the foods I get to taste outside my house because I believe, every food can be re-created in the home kitchen. It's not limited to my passion for cooking, but also the fact …

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Sarson ka Saag Recipe

Homemade authentic sarson ka saag recipe that pairs well with Makki di Roti. A winter staple from Punjab that's rich and tasty in every bite.

Beetroot and Carrot Cutlets

Cooking healthy snacks for a child who has almost zero interest in food is a herculean task. When none of the time-tested tricks of my mother work, nor do the tips from the Internet help salvage the situation, I choose to do what I am best at. Hit and trial. I have to admit that …

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Gourmet Grub

There has been a lot of talk and a lot is being written about gourmet food lately. While I have been trying to follow recipes from many celebrated chefs over the years, this is one department that has failed to form a clear picture in my mind. Wikipedia defines Gourmet as, a cultural ideal associated with the …

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Strawberry Cake

Strawberries are a delightful accompaniment with cakes. Their beautiful color and inherent sourness cuts into the sweet of a cake to add to the punch in every bite. This cake is my first experiment of adding strawberries to a cake before baking. I am proud to announce that I am absolutely in love with the …

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