Frittata is Italian for an open omelette or a crustless quiche. Its essentially translates as egg cake. Its also very easy to make. And unlike an omelette which is usually an individual serving, a frittata should be served like a pie...Read More
Today I decided to make a little more indulgent version of my normally baked fish. I made my own version of a Doi Ilish which I had in Calcutta over Diwali. I really enjoyed the mustard, chilies and yogurt sauce with the lovely Hilsa fish- a staple in a Bengali household. I cheated though- I bought a dark Surmai from my fish wali who cut it in cubes instead of the typical cross sections. Oh well. I also did my own take on the marinade and some of the masala. I never really follow recipes or traditions, I make my own.Read More
Fancy it up on a week night with this very easy to replicate stir fry of tofu and vegetables and my take on an egg fried brown rice. Delicious, fun, quick and easy- perfect for a week night and pack it for work the next day.Read More
So I was craving some hot, spicy rasam, a soup that would open up my clogged up sinuses. my taste buds were all messed up because of the anti-biotics. What kind of rasam was I craving. Spicy yes- but also wanted some crunchy vegetables in it. So I googled some recipes and combined a couple to make myself some hot, spicy and crunchy rasam. I made a mooli &carrot rasam. And it was yummm!Read More
This recipe is the reason I started blogging. It was a way to share with my sister my experiments in the kitchen. When I started I had no idea- it would come this far and I would meet so many people through the blog.
So my sister loves this dish. Every time she visits me, she has me cook her quantities of lamb for her ultimate satisfaction. Its not hard to make but takes, time and patience. So here it is again-Read More