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 →
Food stories from Krabi. 5 vacation days meant 10 awesome meals from the land of sun, sand and sea! Check it out!
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 →
I believe in sharing recipes from home cooks whose talent has never been exposed. We kick started this theme last month and I've faced a little bit of lull finding home cooks who wanted to get featured on our blog. But then I realized, the sheer number of awesome cooks in my family who make... Continue Reading →
Attention all - This blog post is brought to you by Mandar. This blog was supposed to be a collaboration between Gauri and me, but I honestly haven't had a lot of opportunities to cook over the last few weeks! Also, Gauri is the real boss in the kitchen and everything she makes is so... Continue Reading →
Thali is a big deal in India. There are so many different types, it's mind blowing. Usually it has a couple of curries, roti or poori, rice and dals along with papad and pickles. Delish! Last weekend I made a fusion thali. There was spicy chicken curry, bagara rice. There was also Sol Kadhi which... Continue Reading →