Railway mutton curry

I'm back on the blog after a long time. Promise to post some recipes more often. So this weekend we had friends over for lunch and I decided to make some railway mutton curry. Originally, this curry was invented by the world famous Indian railways for the Britishers. Technically it was supposed to be milder... Continue Reading →

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Salad series – tips and tricks

So, The Husband, dottie and I decided to get onto a strict salad only diet for dinner, and have been deligently following it over the last month or so. TH and the little one being full fledged carnivores cannot do a salad diet without protein. So now, we have a bunch of green stuff with... Continue Reading →

Spanakopita

Sunday was mother's day. I spent the day cooking food for my friends and family. I love it when my house is full of people that I love, just hanging out, eating good food and generally yapping about everything under the sun. I take after my Father. He loved it when our entire family was... Continue Reading →

Banana Chocolate chip loaf

Back to blogging after a really long time. So far, I've only been picture blogging (as if that's a thing?!) on my Instagram and FB page. A lot of you asked me for this recipe. So here goes.. I had a couple of over-ripe bananas at home the other day. I don't fancy making pancakes,... Continue Reading →

Kacche Tamatar ki chutney

Oh hello! Yes, it's been too long since a blog post. School holidays are here and my lo is keeping me busier than usual. The other day after a heavy brekkie at Murugan Idli Shop, we went to Mustafa Center to pick up our groceries and came across these beautiful unripe tomatoes. Gorgeously green, that's... Continue Reading →

Mutton Rassa and Bhakri

I had picked up gongura (red sorrel) leaves from the market last week thinking I will make Gongura Mamsam, a spicy Andhra curry that is usually devoured with piping hot rice or roti. Like all couples, we had a disagreement about how the leaves should be used and unlike all other couples, The Husband won... Continue Reading →

Ghee roast chicken

This is The husbands favorite chicken starter. We first tasted this in a restaurant called 'Tansen', in Hyderabad. Ever since our taste buds have been craving for this dish. Here's my own tried and tested version. 1/2 kg Chicken 1/2 tsp Turmeric 2 tbsp Red chilly powder 1 tbsp Garam masala powder 2 tbsp Roasted... Continue Reading →

Nihari in 5 steps

For all those who love mutton, this recipe is such a treasure. Nihari is a slow cooked meat/stew originating from either Dilli or Pakistan. Not too sure. Anyway, the Hyderabadis have equally, if not more, made this dish popular. True Story! Go to any roadside cafe (kay-f) you will find a nice big pot of... Continue Reading →

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