It's a super simple snack anytime of the day and turns out it doesn't require too many ingredients to do any of it. Looks can be quite deceptive just like the sandwich picture below. Photo by Geraud pfeiffer on Pexels.com Ingredients: 8 bread slices2 big onions2 medium sized tomatoes2 medium sized capsicums500 gms cottage cheeseChilly … Continue reading Cottage cheese sandwiches
There are these times when you don't feel like cooking but you do want to eat something and you want it quick, so here's the thing. If you're a vegetarian use cottage cheese (paneer), but if you're a meat lover use chicken for this. This below is not what it looked like, sometimes food looks … Continue reading Quick fry!
Photo by Enric Cruz Lu00f3pez on Pexels.com Super quick super simple and a vegetable found in almost all countries. 4 big potatoesChilly powderSaltOil Peel and wash the potatoesChop into medium sized piecesIn a frying pan add some oil and potatoes piecesAdd chilly powder and salt to your tasteFry well and sauté every now and then … Continue reading Simplest potato fry ever!
Photo by Mike on Pexels.com On a cold rainy day or maybe just about any chilled day, grabbing a beer or a drink is just a nice way to relax. I could do with it and some sides. Here's a super simple one when you have friends home to hang out or just about any … Continue reading Peanut sides
Photo by Mikhail Nilov on Pexels.com Looking for a quick dip or chutney to team up with dosa or any other snack? Here's a 10 minute quick one! 1 coconutSalt4 green chilliesMustard seedsCurry leaves Method: Break, cut and grate the coconut.Add 4 green chillies and some salt along with the coconut in a mixer or … Continue reading Coconut chutney/dip
The most simple and the sought after drink during a hot summer afternoon or just anytime on a humid day. Photo by RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com Ingredients: 4 lemonsWater1 to 2 tablespoons brown sugar (or white sugar) or honey or powdered jaggeryPepper and salt (optional) Preparation time: 10 minutes Serves: 2 or more Method: Cut … Continue reading Lemon it!
If you have been longing to have something light on your stomach and yet filling enough to get you through for the next few hours, this might be a good fix and considering you can make it scrumptious while keeping it simple. Got a loaf of French baguette? Ingredients: 8 slices of bread (the ones … Continue reading Rushed? Yet tastier bread!
One of the days I thought if there was anyway I could club some cooking into travel or during my travels. I ended up doing just that and how could I possibly not share it here on this space where so many of you drop by, read regularly, show all that love and support in … Continue reading Cooking during travels
7 to 9 PM: I thought I could do with some written rant about a light not-so-welcome dinner. No, that’s not me being finicky but just not wanting to have it. I am more of a wheat person. Sometimes I think I have the capability of gulping a litre if vegan milk in a day … Continue reading Highlighting another day in my life
When someone cringersThanks to butter fingersFragrance still lingersDelicate fingersAs you cookDo you continue to give a lookAnd that’s a hookHow does she lookSo you got out thereIs that even fairDecided to go bareYou continue to be fairHow long will it beIs that a maybeIt’s not a derbyForget the maybeSo you got a callIs that for … Continue reading Chef in the making