Laai xaak (as called commonly  by Assamese cusine)or "Mustard Greens " in English is one of the most popular of all the green leaves and a delicacy too ,paired with pork or meat or on its own in Assam. Although mustard greens is  popularized across the...

  So it was the other day that I literally made Rasgullas for the first time in my life..And they were so amazingly simple to make, not to mention the resultant  perfect taste that I am convinced of it being a regular feature now at home.And...

  The quintessential Indian street snack unanimously loved by all cultures, celebrated by all.Ask any Indian across the globe and i challenge if he does not salivate at the thought of a plate of punjabi samosas and the awesome twin chutneys to go with.. Diet or no...

So Durga Puja is over!!! While I had this post in my drafts folder and planned to publish it during the Puja festivities ,I got so busy myself visiting the various pandals across the city  that it got delayed..For all Indians from the eastern belt,...

Honestly,this wasnt an intended dish to relish..Although Chole Biryani as a delicious veg recipe does wonders for a vegetarian treat. Close on the heels of paneer biryani, Chole version of this rice meal is an awesome delectable wonder in the worl of vegetarian cooking.But I...

If you look up the net, korma has varied preparation styles ,culturally and regionally.It really is amazing for as much as i know a dish should connote one style of preparation. Nevertheless, korma in the north of India versus the south is different with the...

An extremely simple recipe which will almost take you by surprise. Not coz of the taste which is absolutely stupendous, but coz of the magic that is created with the addition of  just one element,which results in inventing such a glorious recipe.Curd is thy name...

Well as per my earlier post on chicken based rice; pilaf, pulao , biryani are the most common dishes connoting a one pot ,meal of chicken and rice. Typically indian and middle eastern. Each one of them have  a specific technique of  arriving at a...

  Taking off from where I left in my earlier post, , here I am ;a with an amazing, tasty and very quick and easy homemade recipe of Naan(Indian Flat Bread) that would compliment my Chana Madra gloriously And I am so excited with this new discovery...

An invention out of shortage of groceries is what i would call this a s.But then what defines a prolific, cook may I ask? Its his /her ability to transform something plain into a delightful lucrative dish with the right blend of ingredients So here I...