This post is going to be short and sweet. Sweet as my friend Asha, whose cookbook I am introducing today via this post. I've said this over and again, every time I am asked about the joys of being a food blogger, its the people that I get to...
Let me just warn you, this is going to be a photograph heavy post. Mainly because I took too many of them while working on this recipe and that is mainly because I was happy (read buzzed) while working on this one! This is the beauty of working as...
I have been holding off from sharing this recipe for quite a while now. I am not exactly sure why. Well, one of the reasons could be that these are so sinfully good that they fly off my kitchen counter before I could even manage to take photos of...
UPDATE: Congratulations Lara and congratulations Amishi Anand! You both have won an amazing stainless steel lunchbox by LunchBots. Please send us your postal addresses at support@indiansimmer.com so that we can ship your prizes your way. Some mornings I'd be up before the blair of the alarm, hopelessly going through my...
I have not said it out loud (at least here) yet, but I am gonna say it now. I have pledged to work on a healthier and fitter me! I do not know when being a mom, a "working mom" (as if there ever is another kind!), taking care...
Sabudana Vada Tots: Who doesn't know about popular Sabudana Vada. A super simple recipe with just a few basic ingredients make for a quick and delicious vrat food. We just gave it a little makeover to make it more appealing for the little ones too. Malai Kofta This Paneer Malai Kofta...
Spoiler Alert: I am not vegan. Neither is my family. I mean for the past one month I have been trying to stay away from any kind of processed sugar or carbs. And I am actually proud to say that I have very successfully been able to stick to...
Idly and Dosa are two favorites in my household. Nine out of ten times you will find idly and dosa batter stored in my refrigerator. Its easy to whip up a healthy and filling meal, or snack, if you have the batter handy. Also makes for a good lunchbox...
Waking up the sound of a screaming alarm is a norm. Sometimes when its still dark out and sometimes to a gleaming sun sifting through my sheer bedroom curtains. Sliding into my slippers hat are although quiet but never cease to squeak in those wee hours. I try to...
Ingredients: 1 bunch rainbow chard (approx. 12oz), (chopped) 2-3 garlic cloves (smashed) 2 whole dried red chili 2 tablespoon olive oil Salt to taste Method: In a wide pan bring together garlic, chili and oil. Turn he heat oil and let the oil slowly heat up. This helps infuse the oil with garlic and chili....
Being a food blogger for these many years now, I have tried and tested so many recipes that I've lost count. Only a small part of those trials turn to success and then even lesser number make their way here. Many times a recipe is a success but then...
Roti This list has to start with one of the most common and everyday bread in Indian cuisine, Roti, Chapati or Fulka. This is something you will see cooking in an Indian household almost everyday for lunch, dinner and sometimes also for breakfast. Mainly popular in the northern parts of...