North-India classic: Amritsari Chhole-Kulche!

I just loved this week’s theme for our #FoodieMonday #Bloghop group, suggested by our Marathi Mulgi Poonam (who blogs at Annapoorna) – INDIAN-FLATBREADS! If you google the list of Indian-flatbreads made across our country, you will be amazed to see the sheer number and variety of the way one can make bread. I am an…

Improvised Onam-special Thali!

‘Thali’ system is a quite a popular system of dining in South-Indian restaurants of India. Each individual is served a huge variety of dishes in a large plate each, all at the same time. The dishes vary from savory to sweet, from dry to curries, from rice to idlis and dosas, from beverages to snacks…

Tantalizing Raw-Mango Rasam- An Indian lentil soup!

Rasam is a South-indian style tempered soup which is traditionally made of tomatoes and tamarind as a base, with the addition of other ingredients like lentils, seasonings and herbs. It is light on the stomach, very nutritious and is extremely tasty to go along with the simple home-cooked meal. Though there are hundreds of different…

Monsoon special: Piping hot ‘Butte ke Bhajiye’ (Corn fritters)

Hi there foodies!  How is everyone doing today?  At our end, the heat wave in Ireland is at its ultimate peak! We are approaching 30 degrees C and you know it’s serious when you have to use Sun-block on your skin in this particularly country. I mean, that never happens!! In India however, it seems…

Sizzling N’ Red-Hot Masala Vada-Pav!

Helloooo my lovely foodies! Today’s recipe is all about two things- Indian food, and.. Using the leftover Indian food Now, if you have Indian friends or colleagues or neighbors, I can bet that they must vouch passionately for street-food enjoyed at the road-side stalls in India. Just mention it to them and see their eyes…

Favorite Meaty Street-food- Tangy & Spicy Chilly Chicken!

We Indians have a different version of ‘Chinese’ that apparently first originated in the vibrant city of Kolkata. It’s called as – “Indo-chinese” cuisine! So, outside of India, if a newly-migrated Indian tells you that they are extremely fond of Chinese food, you can safely assume that they are not talking about your traditional Chinese…