Thursday, January 5, 2017

Sukha Mutton




Happy New Year to all. Hope the new year brings prosperity and happiness in the lives of everyone.

I have not updated my blog for the last few months because I was really busy with my studies. Since I am enjoying my winter break until my college reopens on 9th January, I thought to share a recipe of a mutton curry I prepared recently with you. I got the recipe from a Facebook video and I changed the recipe slightly to suit my taste bud.  Hope you all will like it. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Friday, August 12, 2016

Indian Style Chicken Nachos


Nachos are a Northern Mexican dish consisting of tortilla chips covered with meat and cheese based sauce. Though nachos are mainly served as a snack, it can be served as a fulfilling main dish if the ingredients added on the top of tortillas are more in quantity. Since I love nachos very much, I decided to try it out at home using Indian spices. Hope you all will like my version of nachos. 




Please don't forget to check out other cool recipes like this:

Pizza Bombs

Chicken Mole Poblano

Stir Fried Prawns in Chilli Garlic Soy Sauce

Croutons

Falafel Fritters

Falafel Wrap





Sunday, July 31, 2016

Pizza Bombs


I got the concept of this recipe from Tasty videos, but I tweaked the recipe a bit according to my convenience of ingredients available at home at the time. I have prepared these mini beauties couple of times now, and what pleases me most is seeing my otherwise choosy and fussy 2 year toddler polishing these mini bombs off, 3 or 4 at a time, happily without complaint.  Nothing makes me more happy other than seeing my son delightfully devouring food cooked by me. I am one happy mom !  



Thursday, July 28, 2016

Rava Paniyaram


Paniyaram is a popular breakfast item in Tamilnadu. I happened to eat it for the first time at a friend's place. I liked it so much that I asked for the recipe of paniyaram from my friend who shared it readily and I bought a paniyaram pan the very next day to cook paniyarams at home. Paniyaram pan, which shares a resemblance with muffin pan, is easily available at Indian grocery stores. Paniyaram goes well any idli or dosa chutney, but I tried it with tomato garlic chutney. The combination of the two was full of flavorful goodness. 




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