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Kundapur Style Chicken Ghee Roast

This has been one recipe which I have been wanting to do for a while now. I was first introduced to Chicken Ghee Roast in a restaurant called Kanua in Bangalore. It was “love at first bite”. The Chicken Ghee Roast along with Neer Dosas were a match made in heaven. We were so fond […]Read More

Buttermilk for Baking – Two Ways

Have you come across baking recipes which require buttermilk and you are wondering how to make it or get it right? This recipe of mine should be an answer to that. Sharing with you two really easy ways of preparing buttermilk which can be used in your baking recipes. Recipe Ingredient List Method 1 Milk […]Read More

Cherupayar Parippu Payasam (Onam Special)

When it is Onam time, making a Payasam is a must! Cherupayar Parippu or the split yellow moong dal Payasam is traditionally made in Kerala and is usually a part of the Onam Sadya. But then we don’t make this payasam just for Onam – any important occasion in the family needs to be celebrated […]Read More

Bloody Beet Shots

You must be wondering why this name for a recipe..:) Well, I just thought of naming this drink after the Bloody Mary drink since tomato is a common ingredient…:D But this has beetroot along with the tomato which gives it the lovely color, hence Bloody Beet Shots! This is a diabetic friendly recipe and has […]Read More

Neer Dosa

I fell in love with this super soft and lacy pancakes in a restaurant called ‘Kanua’ in Bangalore where I had them for the first time. I would say “it was love at first bite”. And I had it with a super delicious Chicken Ghee Roast. This restaurant became one of our most frequently visited […]Read More


Hummus is a dip or a spread made by blending boiled chickpeas with tahini, lemon juice and seasonings. It is a healthy dip and pairs perfectly well with many middle eastern dishes. Recipe Ingredient List Boiled Chickpeas – 250 gms Tahini Paste – 1 tbsp Lime juice – ½ of a lime, adjust as per […]Read More


Modak is a steamed or fried dumplings traditionally made using rice flour and filled with grated coconut and jaggery. It is offered to Lord Ganesha on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Lord Ganesha is known to love sweets, and modak and laddoos happen to be among His favourites. Modak is usually shaped using hands, but […]Read More

Oats Apple Phirni

Phirni is a traditional Indian sweet pudding which uses milk, sugar and rice. It usually has a granular texture and the rice is also replaced by other ingredients in some recipes. This recipe for Oats and Apple Phirni deviates from the traditional recipe and uses the sweetness from the apples to flavour the dish. Also, […]Read More

Baked Yogurt

I first had baked yogurt at my sister’s place and took an instant liking to it. And when I asked her for the recipe, figured it was a very quick and easy one to make too. And since then, this dessert has made it’s appearance at multiple get-togethers I have had at home. Sometimes with […]Read More

Making Whipped Cream from Amul Fresh Cream

Whipped cream is usually made by high fat dairy cream or non dairy cream. Non dairy cream is much more stable than the dairy version. However, in India, it isn’t easy to get either of these two in regular grocery stores or super markets. But what you do get is Amul Fresh Cream which has […]Read More