This a re-take on the mongra-aloo that’s probably cooked in every home in north India. Different format and very similar flavours. It might help with the kids being a little kinder towards this dish.
This salad is a great idea to accompany any food you’re eating, as well as a good choice for a meal replacement or a nutritious snack.
The end of every year always brings with it the promise of alcohol soaked baked goodies. Don’t disappoint your guests, be a good host, make this cake.
This saag is delicious on its own with rotis and dahi, and lends itself beautifully as a stuffing for parathas and kachoris.
This halwa uses no ghee and is great by itself, or with a dollop of ghee, or stuffed into kachoris or even parathas.
This mutton curry is comforting and delicious on the cold wintery evenings we see in the north of India and do we really need an excuse to use rum?
Learn how to make flavourful mutton/pork momos with this step by step recipe by Ankur Gupta, accompanied by his absolutely gorgeous photos!
Micro greens can be easily and cost effectively grown at home for their nutrition and delicious flavour. Here’s how.
This is another take on curd rice, without the rice. It tastes just as nice, though somewhat different as you can see from the recipe.