Not every foodie enjoys cooking, but they do it anyway. I am just that kind of a person. I don’t like preparing an elaborate meal or spending a lot of time in the kitchen unless I have invited people over for dinner. My cooking doesn’t have a distinctive style, taste, pattern, or belong to a particular category. Rather, it is an amalgam of various cultures and countries, and an insight into other kinds of foods. Some recipes are classic Indian fares, some are family favorites, some are borrowed from friends, and many are born from trial and error. From Gumbo, Thukpa to Chicken Maratha and Pomfret fry, there is a myriad of culinary splendors for you to explore. A little something for everyone, I assure you!

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Macher Jhol

By |February 16th, 2017|WHAT'S COOKING|

Dig your fingers into a scintillating plate of Bengali-style fish curry. High on flavor and taste, Macher Jhol and bhaat is the perfect meal for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Also a perfect recipe for a sweet afternoon siesta! INGREDIENTS: Tilapia – 1 pound or 4 fillets Black caraway seeds (Kalonji) – ½ tsp Green chilies [...]

Kewa Datshi

By |January 28th, 2017|WHAT'S COOKING|

When potato meets cheese in the tiny kingdom of Bhutan, that’s when the magic called Kewa Datshi happens. Prepared with simple ingredients and under fifteen minutes, this humble cuisine will instantly win your heart. It might even occupy a permanent place in your dining table! INGREDIENTS: Potato – 1 medium Onion – 3 tbsp, chopped [...]

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