Like in my earlier post on the ghila pitha ( http://indraniskitchenflavours.blogspot.in/2013/02/ghila- pitha-riceflour-and-jaggery.html), my post today delineates about another type of a pitha or a sweet delicacy from Assamese cuisine..a perennial cousin of the ghila pitha should i say since there surrounds a thin line of difference with...

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...

A  delicacy from the roots of my culture,a recipe that typifies my cultural cuisine, ie  Assamese cuisine. This is one of the staple recipes cooked in many households back in Assam. While the combo might sound like a blending of an odd pair, yet having been...

Its long since I havent had egg curry. In my growing up years a succulant scumpious egg curry would be an enjoyable ,delicious substitute to our chicken curry at home esp on weekends..Weekends would be best enjoyed with chicken or mutton dishes and on a...

Looks a little green..Not the correct color..is what my mom had to say as she peeved thru or rather inspected the dish..Coz I used coriander leaves, is what I retorted..One look at the pic and you might have the same query like my mom ,that the dish...

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...

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...