Prerna Singh

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Ah, the aroma of ginger and cinnamon, married together with the depth of nutmeg, these gingersnap cookies will bring you right in the mood for holidays as soon as they start baking in the oven! As dreamy as this sounds, I have to admit, I am not much of a...
Born and brought up in North India and it was not until I was 7 or 8 years of age and I was visiting Delhi (capital of India) that I had eaten Chole Bhature. Almost feels unbelievable to me specially considering how popular the dish is around the world...

Palak Ki Puri

When you have little ones at home and even more so if you have a picky eater, you must be familiar with all kinds of strategies you have to use in order to sneak some "healthy" into their meals. Now, even though I have two young ones at home,...
India is a pretty big country. And diverse. So much so that you travel 50 miles in any direction and you will start noticing a change in language, culture, attire and of course the cuisine. The prime crop of the particular region would determine what the cuisine would look...
This post is sponsored by the Crock-Pot® brand. I would always smirk when people would say that you transform into a different person once you have a baby. The way you feel, the way you react to things, the way you talk. It all felt like an exaggeration to me....
This was in the summer of 2013 or 2014, I think it was in Las Vegas for Saveur Best Food Blog Awards when I first met Naz. This beautiful woman, dressed elegantly with her hair let loose, quiet but present. We were both nominated in the same category and...
This post is sponsored by the Crock-Pot® brand! In India where a large group of people are vegetarian, which means not just meat or fish but also no poultry or even eggs, eggless baked goods are very common. So over generations chefs and home cooks have developed a whole range...
It's that time of the year again. The time to kickstart the celebrations, which for us, will now go till pretty much the end of the year and even to the beginning of next. Can't believe we are almost so close to the end of the year and the talks...

Gulab Jamun

This recipe was long overdue! For weeks, months and even years, to be honest. Because this particular dish holds a special place in our household. You know how there are some things that a particular person does so well that sometimes you don't even try your hands on it...

Modak Recipe

Exposing them to a piece of your culture is not a simple task when you have kids growing up in a different country. Teaching them about ours to our two girls has always been a struggle for Abhishek and I. Specially because we are not even sure whether we...
I grew up eating a version of this sandwich that my mom used to make for us growing up. Which was kind of a loose adaptation of a popular Indian street food called Bombay Sandwich. Mummy used to smother the bread slices with salted Amul butter because, like anyone...
It is slowly sinking in. I'm slowly beginning to come in terms with it. With the fact that maybe, just maybe... vacation is over. Chutti Khatam, School Shuru (vacation's over, now its back to school.) I was in India for pretty much the whole summer. Hopping between cities, juggling airplanes, trains and...