Quick Basil Pesto Sauce to top your Pasta

I love Italian food especially Pasta I can have it anytime of the day. You can add this pesto sauce to your regular pasta for a nice change. While it may sound fancy to make pesto at home but its quite easy and smells and taste veryy fresh when made in our home grinder. INGREDIENTS:…

A cake for your furry friend – Doggo cake

It was my dog’s (Bob) and his bestfriend ( Shadow) 2nd birthday on 1st of Jan and me and my husband decided to plan a birthday paw-ty this time for both of them. Bob and Shadow play every evening together for 1 hour and she always keep an eye on Bob from her balcony above…

Thukpa – Tibetan Noodle Soup

Stay warm in this cold and rainy days with this delicious and healthy Thukpa loaded with veggies. The first time we had this authentic thukpa is when we were in Kasol , Himachal Pradesh…we sat beside the beautiful Parvati river in the cold weather and had this hot Tibetan noodle soup. INGREDIENTS Rice noodles –…

Bengan Bharta / Roasted eggplant curry

Baingan Bharta – smoky and spicy mashed eggplant – is one of my favorite Indian style eggplant recipe.This spicy mashed eggplant recipe or baigan bharta as we call in India is great for weeknight dinner or an elaborate lunch paired with roti or bhakri.

Instant one pot biryani in cooker?!

Instant Pot biryani is a one-pot biryani in your pressure cooker that tastes so authentic, you won’t believe you made this in one step!

Gobi 65

Crispy restaurant style gobi (cauliflower) 65 is ideal as a starter or side dish.

Hyderabadi Style Tamarind Rice

This tangy dish embellished with peanuts and spices is a quick way to use up leftover rice. INGREDIENTS 4 cups cooked rice 1/3rd cup tamarind + 1 1/2 cup warm water Garam Masala 4 dry chillies 2 tsp corriander seeds / powder 1 tsp chana dal 1 tsp urad dal 1 tsp fenugreek seeds 1…

Hyderabadi style crunchy groundnuts and zingy Lemon Rice.

Simple and sunny, but a spoonful will have the complexity of flavours hit you one by one. The spicy bite of green chillies, the crunch of earthy groudnuts and the zingy lemon juice running through the golden-yellow grains of rice takes this dish to a whole other level.