A very typical dish , I love this from the bottom of my heart.Extremely simple, yet the result is a beautiful dish blended in the goodness of the curd and the fish combined,with the fragrant flavor of the aromatic whole spices showing a subtle dominance...

You know, while this receipe name would suggest a way too common an Indian Dish, you really would be surprised to know that I actually found the origins of this receipe from a lebanese cookbook which mentioned that chikpeas with spinach cooked with tomatoes is a...

  I am not fond of okra(bhindi)..and detest the slimy taste if not cooked well..And yet it features in my blog..Thats a liitle abtruse inst it? Well wheneve i dont like a veggetable, i try and experiment with it again and again until i get a...

My team member at work is off to Kolkata for a holiday and guess what, my first reaction was a request to bring back a box of the customary Bengali "Sandesh" .How I love to relish them. "Sandesh", the erthswile Bengali sweet, is synonymous with the...

No , these weren't made specifically for my blog.. They were an impromptu preparation for my 6 yr old neice whose love for these sweet balls , as an when it chooses to suddenly appear are synonomous with my preparation with the aroma of the intoxicating...

Chicken and kheema intermixed! sounds strange? Blending of an odd pair you may call it , but just until your tounge gets a taste of its flavourful texture, coz you will immediately warm up to its splendid taste,rather it has a capacity of engulfing your taste buds. Tastes outrightly delightfully...

I just finished my dinner and cant wait to write this post before I call it a day.Thats how satisfying this receipe is to my pallate.. Fish absorbed in the sweetness of the coconut milk mixed with the tangy tomato puree.Delicious entree from the south India...

  Gajar ki halwa,twisted to Gajar ki kheer.The same ingredients but a unique taste.And i love the kheer version much more then the halwa.Every person until now  savoring this  has raved about this recipe and most often carried my  recipe back home with them..That's the strength of...