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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Mumbo Gumbo

By |January 2nd, 2017|WHAT'S COOKING|

Bring the taste of Louisiana to your kitchen, and see how you can transform your everyday rice to an exotic cuisine. Gumbo, a Creole-Cajun food, is an amalgam of flavors, tradition and love. A classic southern favorite can quickly become your favorite! INGREDIENTS: Zatarain’s Gumbo Mix with Rice - 8 tbsp Chicken breast - 3/4 [...]

Power Salad

By |December 18th, 2016|WHAT'S COOKING|

Power Salad is a delicious, hearty and healthy meal. And it is completely vegetarian. Packed with protein, fiber, vitamins and antioxidants, this is no basic salad. It is a power salad indeed! INGREDIENTS: Asian salad kit – 1 pac. Spring mix (lettuce, spinach, chard, kale) – 8 handfuls Nuts – handful of roughly chopped cashews, [...]

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