Sindhi’s love their Pulao . Normally its rice cooked with browned onions and some cumin and salt. It can be eaten all alone ,with curd , with fried potatoes , with paalak ,or even with the ever famous Papad. The version I have here is slightly different. It has veggies . It also has Ginger … Continue reading Sindhi style Pulao
Saoji is a cuisine that is famous on the lines of Nagpur . It is basically spicy and uses a lot of Kashmiri mirch and garam masalas . This recipe is a spicy mutton curry with yogurt and dried fenugreek , that is Kasuri methi . The gravy shouldn’t be very thick and it shoud … Continue reading Saoji Mutton Rassa
Bhurji is something we normally don’t make in a gravy . Its usually a dry subzi . But my style is made in a tomato gravy . Moreover I add little milk to it which makes it super soft . Do give it a try . You need : 250 gm – Cottage cheese … Continue reading Paneer Bhurji Differently.
Me and my sister were at our mom’s place when we decided to bake Nankhatai’s . Now I had three or four different recipes and we weren’t sure which one would be the best one . So we decided to make two batches with two different recipes .This recipe turned out to be reallllly good … Continue reading The Ever Famous Nankhatai.
I usually stuff my Cannelloni’s with this mixture and play around with the sauce it is in . The filling is a very versatile and goes perfectly with most sauces . This time around I wanted to try something with bell peppers because my husband loves the bell peppers . I have used store bought … Continue reading Spinach and Cottage Cheese Cannelloni in Roasted Pepper Sauce !
Its Mothers Day today and just the perfect day to start my blog . I have been lucky to be blessed by three mothers ,my Mother , My Mother in Law and my Sister . They all deserve a Thank you today. I got my skills from my mother and all this is thanks to … Continue reading A Simple Marble cake