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...

Am writing this post even as I am relishing a delicious bite of my mom"s most amazing homemade  "Ghila Pithas"  .This is more of a cultural festive sweet then anything else and has base  ingredients which need to be strictly adhered to for the perfect taste and texture. No...

Have you ever tried converting your starter into a maincourse entree???Well, I just did and it was quite a feat ...

It's time I guess that I introduce some receipes brought and born out of my own culture(Assamese cooking) before my friends, relations bury me for not having mentioned even a single receipe conceived out of my roots, the culture that I belong too..and before they diabolically start ignoring my blog for...

Continuing from my trailing post(methi malai matar),this one is the second in my list of methi dishes(the leaves which I had to finish before they rot)..Methi(fenugreek leaves) chicken it is. While the methi malai matar had cream as a camouflazing element to mellow down the bitterness, methi chicken does...

Hillarious as it may sound , most of my self invented receipes are born out of a shortage of a basic important ingredient .To a newer receipe ,born out of the old and the known..Well, unique in its taste, it does not mean that the...