If you love Indian / Asian food, very likely, you would have had “green chutney”, at some point in time. This green chutney is also referred as mint coriander chutney or cilantro chutney. There are numerous versions of this chutney available on internet, I am here sharing my version. This tangy chutney is a must for a chutney lover. The tangy-spicy taste of this chutney is unique. Cilantro (Coriander), and mint are the great herbs which helps create this delicious chutney.Continue reading “Green Mint Coriander Chutney Recipe”
How many times have you had chaat or dahi vada? A true chaat or dahi vada is incomplete with out the rendition of good chutney on it. This date chutney is key ingredient in chaat recipes. This tamarind date chutney super easy to make and it also referred as khajoor imli chutney.Continue reading “Tamarind Date Chutney | Sweet Chutney for Chaat”
Living in U.K. there is one season which everyone craves for, and that is summer, a true British summer! Whilst summer brings the nice crispy sun out and temperatures soar too to make it pleasant enough to go out and enjoy nature, the British summer also offers, loads of berries!
British summer is the time of the year when I get to eat berries ranging from Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, and many more.Continue reading “Strawberry Raspberry Jam Recipe”
For all of you who have been regular reader of my blog, I have got something common, healthy and yet tasty recipe this time. It is my latest obsession, and this is “Guacamole”, made out of Avocado, which is full of benefits.
Off late, I make this Guacamole so frequently that its always in my fridge. Reasons why I am obsessed? Guacamole is suitable for vegetarians like me, it is tasty and acts as dips or spread on my bread or wrap, or eat it with my munchies like nachos.Continue reading “Chunky Guacamole Recipe”
Whenever am making south Indian food, be it idli, dosa, uttapam, or pongal, I prefer to make chutneys that goes with it, else somehow I find justice is not done to the food. Two most common chutneys that I make are 1) Coconut Chutney and 2) Onion Tomato Chutney. Both of these are easy to make (Who does not like easy recipes?), as well does not take huge effort and ingredients for this chutney are available in generally in kitchen cupboard.Continue reading “South Indian Style – Onion Tomato Chutney Recipe”
Mango Pickle, Chilli pickle, Lemon pickle etc are common pickles you will find easily however when talking of less common pickles Jackfruit pickle is one I really crave for! Jackfruit pickle or Kathal pickle is one thing that surely I can say my mother-in-law is an expert. In hindi it is called as Kathal ka achar (कटहल का अचार). Jackfruit is a seasonal fruit is normally available fresh during March through May, and for someone like me who lives in UK, its a novelty to find fresh Jackfruit. This jackfruit pickle recipe is not at all complicated, and think way, if I can make it, you can make it too, at home.Continue reading “Jackfruit Pickle Recipe – Kathal Pickle Recipe”
Coconut chutney recipe – When was the last time you visited an authentic south indian restaurant? If you have been there, yo will find a coconut based chutney served normally along side dosa, idli, etc. Being a north-indian (read bought up in sleepy town), I was less exposed to all south-indian cuisine, so when I got to Delhi (thankfully has got some decent south-indian food serving restaurants), I not only familiarised with scrumptious south-indian taste, I learnt lot more about south-indian cuisine.Continue reading “South indian style Coconut Chutney Recipe”
Mixed Fruit Raita is one of the quick, easy and healthy option to eat anytime during any season. Mixed Fruit Raita is prepared by mixing yogurt with fresh fruits like apple, pineapple, pomegranate, pears, oranges etc.Continue reading “Mixed Fruit Raita | Sweet Raita”
Masala Papad Poppadom Recipe – How many times you have got papad / poppadam as condiment in a restaurant? A few times, I think the answer would be if you have visited an authentic Indian restaurant. Most of the Indian restaurants will serve papad or poppadum aka papadum as condiment with chutneys. But have you tried masala papad? Masala papad or poppadom is crispy papad fried in oil, topped with onion, tomatoes, coriander leaves, chillies and spices primarily.Continue reading “Masala Papad – Poppadom Recipe – Step by Step”
When was the last time you visited any Indian restaurant? Did you get served red pickled onion as condiment before your food was served? Red pickled onion or Vinegar Onion or sirke wale pyaz (सिरके वाले प्याज ) is one thing that I ask as first thing in any Indian restaurant and generally I end up dishing that out with green chutney, and pickle, much before even starters are served.Continue reading “Pickled Onion | Sirke Wale Pyaz”