September 2018

Amritsari pindi chole Amritsari chole | Black spicy chickpea curry

Amritsari chole | Black spicy chickpea curry

Today’s recipe is Amritsari chole | Black spicy chickpea curry. It’s a chickpea or chole recipe that’s signature is its black color or dark hue. It can be served with steamed rice or puri. Chickpeas to mention, are a wonderful source of protein. It contains a lot of vitamins and minerals.Its good for bone health, diabetes, […]

baking soda as cleansing agent environmental friendly living | Go Green

My latest life adaptations towards an environmental friendly living | Go Green

When I turned from a full time working mom to a stay at home mom, I decided to cut on stress in our day to day lives. I thought of moving towards  a much healthier lifestyle that not only ensures better health but an overall well being of my family. In the zeal, actually we […]

Basic cake Butterscotch milk cake with walnut and almond

Butterscotch milk cake with walnut and almond

I often bake cakes for my family. It really needs no special occasion. I baked this Butterscotch milk cake with walnut and almond for my daughter’s tiffin box yesterday. It came out light, fluffy and tasty. Let’s check the recipe. You can also check my other cake recipes in the blog like carrot and coconut cake, […]

Basanti Pulao Basanti Pulao

Bengal’s Basanti Pulao – a sweet yellow aromatic pulao

  After a long wait I finally tried my hands on this bengali delicacy called Basanti Pulao. Basanti Pulao is a very common part in a typical bengali celebration like rice ceremony, marriage parties or birthday parties. In some households it’s a regular Sunday lunch affair along with mutton kosha, chicken kosha, butter chicken, paneer makhani, egg makhni […]

Bengali cuisine Yellow Chowmein

Yellow chowmein with flavours of Indian cuisine

Back in the 80s – 90s when I grew up, chowmein used to be a special food for us. We didn’t have pastas, maggi so rampant as they are now. What we found delicious and somewhat modern were plates of chowmein. Yellow, brown, white and red. Maa used to cook chowmein in different colors. Today […]