I start planning what to cook over the weekend on Thursday. Make a list of ingredients needed and check the availability. On the way back from work, on Friday, I buy the items that are not at home. Weekend lunch is a very important ritual at our home. Weekends are the only time, we get to eat together, so very special for me. Also, as I am into a full time job, I hardly get time to cook over the weekdays. So while deciding what to cook for lunch, I also try to ensure that the dish is liked by…
Goan Fish Curry
This fish curry is may favourite fish curry. Till I started working , I used to eat only fried fish, however my first assignment as a management trainee was in Kolkatta . I started off with the Bengali fried fish and graduated to curries. Buying fish was still a problem. I started cooking fish curries couple of years back. Thanks to my kid’s nanny who is a Goan and knows how to buy fresh fish.This curry is not very spicy and yet not bland. It is not thick and not very heavy. It is tangy and mild. Just perfect for…
Aloo Pyaaz Ki Sabzi
￼ Like my previous post on toor daal side dish made from potato is a must for many house hold in India. Daal , Rice and Aloo ki sabzi is all that you need , especially in summers.￼ We had a hectic week and weekend turned out to be even more stressful as dad in law was not well. So i decided to go for a simple meal . For some odd reason under stress you get a lot of comfort doing things that you did as a kid, or eating the simple home cooked food.
Italian veg soup
A healthy vegetable soup with macaroni and kidney beans – A complete meal
Grilled stuffed chicken with creamy white wine sauce
Vegetarian Cutlets ( Cheese Cutlets without Cheese )
This is one of my fav snacks when i want to surprise guest and serve something different. And so far no one has been able to guess what goes into it…so here’s the recipe … go ahead and surrprise your guests on this Diwlai
Punjabi chole or Safed Chane
Now this is for generations…… almost everyone likes chole – bhature but some find it heavy…trust me this recipe easy on stomach and tastes yumm
In Winters / Monsoon the hot paranthas with tea are divine.
This is easy and light but spicy dish to go as a starter . Can be modified to go in main course.