Sheldon’s Special Spaghetti with Hot Dogs

If you’re a fan of the popular sitcom The Big Bang Theory then you’ll be familiar with Sheldon Cooper and how he like Spaghetti with cut up hot dogs/sausages in it. Being a fan of the show myself, I thought of giving this combination a try in my kitchen. The recipe sounds complicated but can…

Sustainable Eating Habits You Should Adopt This Year!

While 2021 is going to be about applying all the learnings from 2020, there are still many new things you can learn and habits you can develop to be more sustainable and contribute to fighting climate change. As I have mentioned earlier in my blog that Food and Climate are very closely related, here are…

Restaurant Style Thai Food at Home with these Ready-To-Cook Products

Over the course of this year, dining out has become very difficult due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Even though eating some delicious and healthy home cooked food has done wonders over these months, if you’re a food lover like me, you would definitely be missing some good restaurant food. In such a scenario, I recently…

The Original Burmese Khao Suey Made With Love!!

Those who know me well would know that I’m a huge fan of the Burmese Khao Suey. This beautiful one bowl meal has different versions belonging to different regions of Burma and most of them are non-soupy. Most recently I came across Mum’s The Word, specializing in authentic Khao Suey. As the name suggests, Mum’s…

Recipe: The Most Amazing Street Style Tawa Pulao

Tawa Pulao is a delicious street food found in Gujarat, Maharashtra and even in Delhi at the Pav Bhaji Stalls. But these days having street food has become a little iffy owing to the Covid-19 Pandemic; so here’s an easy recipe for you to make some delicious street style Tawa Pulao at home! Ingredients Steamed…

Traditional Maharashtrian Accompaniment with a Bacony Twist

Recently I came across this very interesting innovation on the Marathi accompaniment called Thecha. This is tradtionally prepared by pounding together green chillies and garlic into a course paste. Thecha is had with bhakri, roti, rice, I have even had Thecha with french fries. Nomad Food Project has given this traditional Maharashtrian accompaniment by adding…

Baba Ka Dhaba: The Good, Bad and Ugly of Social Media

Last week all of my social media feed was flooded with just one thing and that was this video of an old couple running a street side dhaba in a Delhi suburb and struggling to make ends meet  as business has been severely hit due to the pandemic. The video also saw the couple shed…

Recipe: The Most Amazing Mac ‘n’ Cheese

I first made Mac ‘n’ Cheese back in 2015 experimenting with a recipe I found online. Over the years I have modified the recipe with some of my own twists to it. One of the main ingredients of this delicious and popular recipe is the Bechamel sauce or the White Sauce. This sauce is what…

Prevent Food Wastage To Fight Climate Change

Food wastage is a major problem we face in India and studies have shown that the amount of food wasted in India in a year is equivalent to the amount of food consumed by whole of United Kingdom. While the numbers can be hard to believe, ┬áIndia wastes 21 million tonnes of wheat produced annually…

Recipe: The Most Amazing Taushe Hullel

Continuing with my recipe blogs, today I want to share with you a simple cucumber salad that will make the perfect accompaniment with your meal. Cucumber in Konkani is know as Taushe and this salad is not your usual one! I had this salad recently during Ganesh Chaturthi at my neighbour’s place and took this…

A DIY 5-Star Dining Experience at Home with ITC Hotels

This year has been a roller coaster ride with a lot of ups and downs and it’s a fact that all of us miss visiting our favourite restaurants for a meal. Even after many restaurants have opened their doors with all proper precautions in place, I am one of the many people who are still…