Laal Maas Recipe – Red meat curry from the land of Royals, Rajasthan, this laal maas is one such dish that will immediately rank high up in any non-vegetarian lover. This curry has taste on the spicier side and is reddish in color. This red color comes from unique Mathania chillies. Garlic, cardamon, mustard oil and other spices along with meat, gives it a distinct likeable taste.Continue reading “Traditional Rajasthani Laal Maas Recipe”
Mint Lachha Paratha Recipe – The crispy, peeling and flaky Indian flat bread with layers and consisting of mint flavour champion on any dinning table. Indian flatbread is delicious on its own right, however when its made in the layers and shallow fried, the flavours elevate even further. This layered lachha paratha has dried (or can use fresh mint too), hence also referred as pudina lachha paratha.Continue reading “Mint Lachha Paratha – Pudina Paratha”
Gulab jamun cake recipe – What’s your favourite Indian dessert? Likely, gulab jamun will rank in top charts of an Indian’s dessert list. Here is the alluring extension of this in the form of pretty gulab jamun cake. In this recipe, I will explain how to make eggless gulab jamun cake, which I hope is easy and straight forward to follow.Continue reading “Gulab Jamun Cake – EGGLESS Recipe”
Butter chicken fusion biryani recipe – Biryani and butter chicken, both are crowd pleasers. When you create a fusion of these two, you get one of the uniquely delicious butter chicken biryani.
There are millions of articles and recipes of biryani on internet and I too have previously shared my version of veg and non-veg biryani recipes, however desire for other flavours of biryani keeps growing in my heart. This desire is only boosted further by extreme biryani love by my partner and daughter. This journey to create new version of biryani, inclined me to craft this fusion butter chicken biryani.Continue reading “Butter Chicken Biryani Recipe – Fusion Biryani”
Paneer Rezala Recipe – Traditionally a non-vegetarian dish attributing its origin from Mughlai cusine, however this is a paneer version here. The creamy gravy of yogurt and cashews makes this paneer rezala a rich gravy with mild spice levels.Continue reading “Paneer Rezala Recipe – How To Make”
Nalli Nihari Recipe – Slow cooked lamb shank in the silky smooth gravy is something to die for. A true meat lover will swear by Nihari. Lamb nihari or Lamb shank curry takes time to cook, however the steps are not complicated, and tastes nothing short of awesome! Best part is that you can make this in Instant pot too, as well as on a normal pot. Mutton or lamb nihari is a true show stopper in any party menu.Continue reading “Nalli Nihari Recipe In Instant Pot- Mutton Nihari”
Being a foodie and recipe curator, I am on look out to find balanced meal ideas. Having said that, there are times when I will buy ready made meals or food which is nutritious. I have recently kicked off my own fitness journey and one thing I have been advised by nutritionist is to manage good diet plan. A good diet shall include good amount of protein and fibre, sans sugar! I am going to talk about a protein bar below and suggest how I feel about this bar.Continue reading “Protein Bar Review”
Its officially autumn now. Chill is in the air and I have even see Christmas items put up in shops. Midst all this, one thing which has been with me from the beginning of the year and even before that for few last years, has been this degustabox. I have been receiving Degustabox deliveries since 2018 and always its fun to get new box, to explore the surprises in the box. Here today, I am sharing what I found in the September box of Degustabox.Continue reading “Degustabox September 2021 review”
Here are some of rasmalai cake designs I have made. Feel free to follow me on Instagram to see more designs regularly.
You can find detailed recipe of rasmalai cake here. Cream used here is whipping cream. When working with whipping cream, special care needs to be exercised to make sure you get correct peaks, I have given some tips about those on my cake recipes.
As a reminder, to make rasmalai cake, you need to have rasmalai ready. Top Tip: Make your rasmalai ready a day before baking.Continue reading “Rasmalai Cake Design”
It’s review time and I am back with the review of one of my favourite monthly subscription boxes i.e. Degustabox! Blimey! It’s almost middle of September and we are itching closer to Christmas. I can’t believe that I am talking about Christmas already, where has this year gone? Without much ado, I shall share my unbiased thoughts about the contents of Degusta box which I got in August.Continue reading “DEGUSTA-BOX August 2021 REVIEW”
As I write this post, I think through, how time is flying. It’s middle of August and barely 4.5 months for 2021 to finish. The chain of thoughts commenced from me thinking that I need to share my review of July Degusta box, however owing to many parallel things happening in my life, I did not get the chance. Hay Ho! Its never too late to share my Degustabox review.Continue reading “Degusta Box July 2021 Review”
Whilst I draft this degustabox review post, I am looking forward to watching Euro cup 2021, can’t wait to see England be the winner. I expect match to be a tough one with Italy as contender, however, lets hope best team win. It only occurred to me today that I am yet to share my review of Degustabox products, realising that Eurocup is culminating (and I got box, almost before the cup began).Continue reading “Degustabox Review – June 2021”
Almost half the year is over and can’t believe how time is flying! Only thing that I am waiting these days is the travel restrictions to ease for me to go on holidays, just like pre-covid times. Whilst, the world awaits for such times to come back, at least one thing is going good. This is, Degustabox! Super pleased with un-interrupted supply of degustabox every month. Here is what I found in May month’s deguatsbox.Continue reading “Degustabox Review – May 2021”