Paneer Avocado Kathi Rolls (Indian Cottage Cheese and Avocado Wraps)

Kathi rolls are a popular snack in most parts of India, but originally they were founded on the streets of Kolkata. Something that is closely associated to my childhood days…. a popular street food in CALCUTTA, it was an everyday roadside dish we relished when we spent our school vacations at this “City of Joy”. Adults, kids and… Continue reading Paneer Avocado Kathi Rolls (Indian Cottage Cheese and Avocado Wraps)

Home-made (No Yeast) Butter Naan with Palak Chole (Spinach Chickpea Curry)

A big shout out to Linda @thedutchbaker  for recently requesting the recipe for Indian Naan bread. There you go Linda!! Hope this will help you. Naan is a popular Indian bread commonly served in restaurants and hotels. It is a leavened bread prepared at very high temperatures in a tandoor oven. Usually we don’t have tandoors at home.… Continue reading Home-made (No Yeast) Butter Naan with Palak Chole (Spinach Chickpea Curry)

The kumbh mela tag

Originally posted on Caring for Art:
Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: The kumbh mela tag Following this Kumbh Mela Tag given by the very colorful?Poppins. This is you have to do.? Continue the chain of poem, rhyming with erry.? Craziness personified; thoughts of a jobless blogger; endless mind chatter; this tag says it allBe merryand eat…

Malaysian Butter Prawns with Curry Leaves and Kerisik

Did you ever know that Malaysian Butter Prawns is an exquisite dish that is prepared with the combination of two major Indian and Malaysian ingredients: Curry leaves and Kerisik respectively. Kerisik is nothing but fresh grated coconut pan-toasted until golden brown in color. It is used in numerous Malaysian dishes, but most commonly in Rendang (to… Continue reading Malaysian Butter Prawns with Curry Leaves and Kerisik