Arvi Gosht

Arbi or arvi is known as taro root in English. It's one dish that I have always loved - esp in winters. I still have the taste of my dadi and mama k hath ka salan which we always loved with lemon juice and lots of piyaz and tamatar! Sath mai tandor k roti! Hayeee... Continue Reading →

Bhindi Sabzi Masala

We love making vegetable curries! Bhindi ( okra) is our all time favorite sabzi - and I like mine with lots of tomatoes !! This is my recipe which requires little oil as I don't believe in deep frying the bhindi. The reason our ami's fried bhindi was to remove the sticky lace from it-... Continue Reading →

Chicken and veggie bites

With toddler and even older kids- sometimes something very simple works! Especially in their food journey- as mums we go nutter planning and making food and then they won't even touch it! But hey! I've got a recipe that worked for me and on huge demand I'm sharing the recipe here!! Do try and let... Continue Reading →

Super Easy and Quick Chicken Karhaye

This is my all time favorite recipe for kerhaye, it's very quick and doesn't require any fancy ingredients! Ready in no time and delicious! Do try and let me know! Ingredients: -Chicken karhai cut ½ kg -Lehsan paste (Garlic paste) 1 tbs -Tamatar (Tomatoes) chopped 3-4 medium -Hari mirch (Green chilies) 3-4 -Kali mirch (Black... Continue Reading →

SHISH TAWOOK (LEBANESE CHICKEN SKEWERS)

Shish Tawook (or Shish Taouk) is a traditional Middle Eastern marinated chicken dish. These grilled chicken skewers are incredibly popular in Lebanon, but they are also commonly found in the UAE, Turkey, Egypt, Syria, Iraq and many other ME places. I attempted these at home with a little twist by adding some more flavors and veggies-... Continue Reading →

Recipe: Carrot Cake

If you follow my blog, you would know my love for chaye- a good chaye- paki hoye, doodh pati kind- and a slice of warm cake with it , makes my world go round and round with happiness😬 I Absolutely LOVE carrot cakes, mainy because they're not very sweet( atleast I like them that way)... Continue Reading →

Step inside my Ramadan Freezer!

Meal preps is an essential thing in Ramadan. For me, it saves me time and keep home cooked food stored right when you need the most! That is while going through a tough day with a 2 year old while fasting. Okay before I go ahead, if you're a mum who enjoys buying all ready... Continue Reading →

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