Chicken and Broccoli Pasta Bowl

  winter is here Yes, its end of November and winter is finally here in Kolkata. to my greatest luck my schedule is now such that I can now relax, read, cook and write about it. I can not explain how much I love these winter months. Those old blankets, smelling of comfort, misty mornings…

Salted Chococlate Tart

Hello readers, today let us indulge in dark gooeyi goodness of chocolate with this very very simple recipe. This recipe is originally by Nigella  Lawson, herself. I can’t take credit for this, but i surely want to grab this opportunity to bring this recipe to you all. I will just start with the recipe now,…

Hara Masala Chicken

Hello readers, now I am free again and I promise to spoil you with lots of new recipes. i will begin with this recipe which literally translates into chicken cooked in green spice mixture. This recipe is a southern modification of the famous northern cuisine called hariyali chicken. I promise this is a way lighter version…

Paneer Afghani

​Hello readers. I know it’s middle of the week but I could not help but sharing this recipe.  Well, to begin with let me give a disclaimer, this recipe is solely developed by me and I don’t claim it to be authentic. I named it so, as I tried to capture the middle eastern richness…

Banana white chocolate pancakes

Hello readers! I am back with this utterly simple and somewhat healthy recipe which sums up all the breakfast goodness.  This is in continuation with my pancake madness. So let’s get started  Things you will need  Banana- mashed , 1/2 cup Egg – 1 Milk – 1 cup Sugar – 1/2 cup Flour – 1cup…

Palak Paneer

As said, it’s a dish of paneer or cottage cheese in a spinach puree. It’s a favourite North Indian winter delicacy. Simple, yet flavourful. The luscious green gravy playing with white creamy paneer cubes is a feast for the eyes.  So lets get started  Things you will need, Cottage cheese ( full cream ) –…

Thai chicken nuggets with honey mustard sauce

Hello readers, it’s been quite sometime that I came up with recipes. Apologies for being inconsistent.  Well, last Wednesday was my birthday and we had a small get together at a friend’s place and the lunch was not prepared and people were quite hungry by then. So I decided to peek into te fridge and…

Chicken Amritsari

Amritsar, hearing the name the first thing that strikes our head is the mighty golden temple. For last few weeks we have been planning a trip which starts from this gorgeous city. While my friends are busy checking out places to see, I have been fantasizing about the food. Punjabi food have always been a…

Red velvet pancakes 

Hello everyone.  Whenever we talk about red velvet, we picture the velvety soft, red, chocolate cake. Originally the redvelvate cakes got its name from using beet root in the recipe, these days artificial food colourings are used mostly. The soft texture comes from the use of buttermilk in the mixture. And the distinct taste is…

Spaghetti with meatballs for VEGETARIANS 

Yes ofcourse you heard it right. We know we all love spaghetti with meat balls. Those well made meat balls, fried to goodness dipped in tangy spicy sauce, playing scrumptiously with spaghetti, will make everyone’s mouth water.   But alot of my colleagues and friends complain that I don’t make vegetarian dishes, so I thought why…

Pancakes with toffee sauce

One can never say they don’t like pancakes. Neither will I. But even few years ago I was unaware of how it tastes, you can blame it on my ignorance ofcourse. But I had my first pancakes about 3years ago at a cafe which is very close to my heart. ( Will write a blog…

Tawa Paneer 

Tawa paneer, literally translates into pan fried cottage cheese. This North Indian delight is something that represents spicy Indian cuisine. You can spot this at any dhaba by the highway to even big dine ins.  On my way back from manali, 5years ago, I had the chance to try this at one of such small…