Jowar Barfi

Okay so this recipe comes after a long break. But believe me its such a simple one that you can whip up in minutes. And it tastes absolutely delicious. Whats amazing is that this recipe is Gluten Free, Refined Sugar Free and Refined Oil Free. It can be made vegan, if you use coconut oil … Continue reading Jowar Barfi

Naani Wali Achaar

It is an established fact that nothing can beat Maa ke hath ka khana . With all the love poured onto the plate , the simplest of meals can give you a taste of bliss. I always wondered How . They make simple food . Nothing much Fancy or very technical. But its always a … Continue reading Naani Wali Achaar

Sindhi Lola !

Monsoons at its peak has its benefits . It calls for all warm and cozy food. Lola is like comfort food to me, coz whenever i would get a cold or fever, my mother would make this for me. And most of the times, we would have this as our dinner as well. People call … Continue reading Sindhi Lola !

Murg-E-Khaas

I hoard recipes . I dont even remember how many books or recipes i have . I just collect them with a hope that i’ll make them some day. This is one of those many recipes. The recipe called for a meat hammer or a mallet.Which dint have….. So i called one from OXO. Its … Continue reading Murg-E-Khaas

Seyal Paav

Seyal is a sindhi word which means stir fried. We make seyal paav, seyal maani ( which is stir fried rotis ) , seyal bhaji and even seyal rice. This dish is perfect as an evening snack or for breakfast . Its filling and a good break from the usual parathas. Normally it is onions, … Continue reading Seyal Paav

Sindhis are famous for their rich food. And undoubtedly so this recipe is rich too. Usually this rice is made alongside a savoury dish more like a gravy to go with it . It could be Paalak ki subzi i.e Sindhi Sai bhaji which is Spinach with some Chana daal tempered with garlic And simple … Continue reading