#BookReview

#BookReview: Picky Eaters ? Guaranteed Hacks to make you happy – Dr Amrita Basu and Dr Abhijit Misra #BlogchatterEbook

Children are a joy, I’m sure every parent will agree to that. However, children also tend to test your patience, and I’m sure every parent will agree to that too. As they grow up children develop habits which could be a boon or a bane, depending on the habit. If your child is a picky… Read More #BookReview: Picky Eaters ? Guaranteed Hacks to make you happy – Dr Amrita Basu and Dr Abhijit Misra #BlogchatterEbook

#ThankfulThursdays

3 Favorite Foods you are thankful for #ThankfulThursdays #Week33

  When I think of my favourite food a list as long as Rapunzel’s hair comes to mind!:) Yes, I have THOSE many favourites. In fact I have written a book on my favorite foods, have a look at it here  .However, dishes that have stood the test of time, made me happy and brought… Read More 3 Favorite Foods you are thankful for #ThankfulThursdays #Week33

#My1stBook, Books

26 Favorite Foods And A Little Bit Of Me : My 1st Ebook

Hello, People! My 1st Ebook is out! 26 Favorite Foods And A Little Bit Of Me , published courtesy Blogchatter There is no sincerer love than the love of food, said George Bernard Shaw and I couldn’t agree more! Food is a nourisher, food is a celebration and food is a memory that connects us to people… Read More 26 Favorite Foods And A Little Bit Of Me : My 1st Ebook

Food

Peanut Masala

Serves 2 Ingredients 1 Cup Peanuts, with skin, dry roasted till they emit a fragrance and change colour. 1 Medium Sized Onion, chopped very fine 2 Green Chillies, chopped very fine 1Tbsp, chopped fresh Coriander Leaves Freshly squeezed Lime (Nimbu) Juice, to taste Salt to taste Method Add all the ingredients in a serving bowl,… Read More Peanut Masala

#AtoZ2017, AtoZChallenge

Y is for… Yogurt Chutney #AtoZChallenge

Yogurt Chutney Yogurt Chutney is the literal translation of Perugu Pachadi a dish common and loved in Telugu households. It is the perfect accompaniment to Biryani’s, Rice, Khichdi’s or even our Punjabi Stuffed Parathas. Though it may look and seem like a Raita, this quick to rustle up side dish, isn’t one. For one, the… Read More Y is for… Yogurt Chutney #AtoZChallenge

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W is for… Watermelon Salad and Broken Wheat Porridge #AtoZChallenge

Watermelon Salad AND Broken Wheat Porridge Do you have any idea how difficult it is to find food starting with ‘W’ ! You do? Well, pat yourself on the back then, as I definitely did not! When I began looking for food I like, from ‘W’, I drew a blank. Then as it always does,… Read More W is for… Watermelon Salad and Broken Wheat Porridge #AtoZChallenge

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U is for… Ukdiche Modak #AtoZChallenge

Ukdiche Modak [ctt template=”8″ link=”348Mv” via=”yes” ]No state in India celebrates the annual Ganpati Festival with as much festive fervour as Maharashtra does! [/ctt]The days leading up to the actual 11 days of everyone’s favorite God have all households bringing the Lord home busy. Cleaning up the house, decorating it, choosing a special place for… Read More U is for… Ukdiche Modak #AtoZChallenge

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T is for… Thaalipeeth #AtoZChallenge

Thaalipeeth Growing up in Bombay meant enjoying a lot of Maharashtrian food, among many other cuisines. When I was a little girl, we had a cook called Gangubai who made us the most delicious Thaalipeeth, which is nothing but a super healthy, easy to make Roti. Thaalipeeth is a combination of 3 different Flours, Wheat… Read More T is for… Thaalipeeth #AtoZChallenge