Few years ago, I posted the recipe of this saag on a Facebook group that I was a part of. I cannot even begin to explain the kind of comments that ensued. I was bombarded with thoughts like “this is not how saag is made”, “do not mess with the classics”, “where is …… ingredient … Continue reading Not Your Grandma’s Saag – Mustard Greens My Way
Do you really need homemade pumpkin puree recipe in your life? I mean its super easy to grab a can of pumpkin puree from the collection that absolutely takes over the “Holiday Baking” aisles of grocery stores – from organic to non-GMO to the regular, no-frills kind. You see I have been trying to step … Continue reading Homemade Pumpkin Puree – 1 ingredient only!
Does one actually need a recipe for scrambled eggs? Most likely not. But if you are like me and have always made scrambled eggs Indian egg bhurji style, you probably do. If you always end up with rubbery scrambled eggs, you probably do. If you think you cannot make a nourishing meal for yourself, you … Continue reading Herbed Scrambled Eggs
A short post today, as we have already done most of the work for making paneer in "How to make chaina" post. This recipe for making paneer is just taking our chaina recipe one-step further. So after you have squeezed most of the water out, instead of hanging the chaina from a faucet so that … Continue reading How to make Paneer
Dairy products are a huge part of our culture and has played a very important part in my nutritional upbringing..:P. I believe that dairy is a big part of a healthy development of a human being because that's how it has been done since ages. Milk and milk products have nourished our babies, provided vital … Continue reading How to make Chaina – a version of paneer
This is not really a recipe to say. Don't get me wrong..but making balls of a dough (dough recipe), rolling them out and cooking on a flat skillet...if you call that a recipe - we will roll with it. Sometime ago I shared how to make dough for whole wheat flat bread. I can't believe … Continue reading How to make Roti/Chapaati/Phulka or Indian Flatbread
I love rice - in each and every form. Basmati is the rice of my childhood and will always be my favorite type of rice. You see my father worked in agricultural extension in the northern state of Punjab in India. As a part of his job he always had close interactions and very cordial … Continue reading How to cook Basmati Rice on the stove