SARSON KA SAAG

Nothing spells winter in Punjab more than Sarron Da Saag naal Makke di Roti (sarson ka saag with makai ki roti)!

Recipe coming soon...

June 19, 2019

Or chicken cooked in raw mango gravy.

What’s an Indian summer without mangoes? And when raw mangoes (Kairi) are in season… make the most of it!

Kairi Murgh recipe uses raw mango for sour tangy notes – raw mangoes have possibly been used in many lost / traditional Indian r...

May 28, 2019

One word… refreshing!

If only we savoured traditional Indian beverages, which taste great besides being nutritious, more than aerated colas with empty calories *sigh*

Most traditional Indian beverages are seasonal, bringing with them the health benefits of consuming seaso...

May 14, 2019

Yes! Kanji has been put to good use in my kitchen *grinning*

Another recipe using Kanji, is the spicy and popular North Indian street food Kanji Vada.

The ingredients for Kanji Pulao are the same as any regular pulao, with the addition of Kanji. Here, Kanji is used as a r...

April 25, 2019

Spicy moong dal vadas dipped in tangy Kanji

The Kanji recipe traditionally used for this combination i.e. Kanji Vada, is a simple beverage of mustard seeds, red chilli powder and salt. I, however, used the Punjabi Kanji recipe.

Kanji vada is a popular street food around...

April 4, 2019

Literally nothing spells winter in Punjab more than sarson ka saag with makki ki roti, gajar ka halwa, gobi gajar achaar... and Gajar ki Kanji; a fermented, mustard seeds based tangy beverage.

Kanji is prepared usually during winters in Punjab, under the not-so-harsh win...

March 18, 2019

The first vegetable (sabji) I learned to cook… besides potatoes.

Potatoes and cauliflower florets cooked in Indian masalas. Yes... everyone has their own version of an Aloo Gobi recipe and this is mine. Some recipes are simpler, with a tempering of just jeera and green c...

February 28, 2019

Or corn cheese nuggets / bites. Makes for a quick make-ahead snack - you could prepare cheese corn balls and freeze in air tight bags for a couple of weeks – simply fry when serving.

Why buy packed and frozen snacks when you can make your own? Pros: chemical preservative...

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