Another promise that I made to you and myself a while back but circumstances didn’t allow me to take it forward. Indian Simmer in your kitchen was an idea that came into my mind and I shared it with you in this post when we celebrated its first blog anniversary. Your emails about how you tried the recipes on this blog and how you liked it always brought a smile on my face. Sometimes even better you would take photos of the dish and send it to me, other times would blog about it. So I thought how about I share those photos or blog posts here in this series. But just like a few promises I made to myself and others in the past couple months I was not able to keep it. Although now slowly I am trying to mend that. Hence kick starting Indian Simmer in your kitchen to celebrate you and your love which has always been my biggest inspiration!
Dal Makhani and Homemade Naan by Pat & Shawn Davison
Lemon Mousse by Denise from On The Verge of Snapping
So glad you’ve started this type of series too, Prerna! You don’t have to add me, but just wanted you to know that the paneer and naan in my naan pizza http://www.6bittersweets.com/2011/03/butter-paneer-curry-and-leftover-curry.html were barely adapted from your recipes and they were fantastic!
Thanks for the gallery. The desserts in particular sang to me!
Hello! I really wish to give an fantastical thumbs up for your awesome knowledge you have got on this post. I will apt to be returning to your website for further shortly.
what an awesome idea! how fun to see everyone’s photos and recipes. What delicious food!
Great! I remember when you said you were going to do that, and it’s exciting to see the results from other bloggers. Cool!
What an awesome, delish spread!!!
Absolutely a great post. Hats off to you! The information which you have provided is very helpful.
Un bellissimo post, complimenti e grazie ♥
ELLE- You can TOTALLY use wheat flour! Infact I use wheat flour instead of APF most of the time when making just for the family.
The garlic chicken looks fabulous, I have a weakness for nann, I wonder if I can use wheat flour?
Lovely post….nice to see your food made, isn’t it?
Prerna, this is a wonderful idea! Looking forward to reading about your readers’ experiences, and sending you mine:)
That is an awesome idea! Great to see what others created with your recipes.
Woooopieeee ….. Glad to see u back to blogging. Guess you have settled down 🙂 Thanks Prerna for the post …. I can vouch that the recipes I tried were awesome !