?It was during one of my routine trips to the supermarket that I spotted Tandoori Mayo. Naturally I was intrigued and bought the same. After tasting, I decided to try making it at home. It didn’t taste exactly as the store bought one, but I am pleased with the result.
If you wish, you may use ready made Tandoori Masala.
I have always been drawn to trying out something new than preparing the usual menu. So I’m always on the lookout for that inspiration. This time, I was inspired by my little sister. During our chat session, she was going on about a unique jam she tasted. Bacon Jam. Though I’ve seen them on TV, I never got the opportunity to taste them. Naturally,it piqued my curiosity. As expected, next thing to do was to google for a recipe. I followed Martha Stewart’s recipe with minor tweaking. All of us loved it. You can use in sandwiches, burgers, rolls etc.View Full
Tahini is a paste, made of sesame seeds and olive oil, popularly used in the Middle Eastern cuisine. This is used as a dip, a topping or as an ingredient in some preparations. Tahini is usually prepared using hulled white sesame seeds and olive oil.View Full
Piri Piri sauce is a hot sauce of Portuguese origin and is made of chillies. Ideally bird’s eye chilli is used to prepare the sauce. As I didn’t have any fresh red chillies with me, I decided to use dried chillies. The recipe I followed is that of BBC Good Food. You may want to adjust the number ofView Full
As far as I can remember, the last time I prepared Eggless Mayonnaise was way back in 2003-2004, when we, along with our friends had gone on a picnic. I had prepared the mayonnaise for the sandwiches as our friends were pure vegetarians. Years went by and I had totally forgotten about the recipe. LaView Full
I am obsessed with the idea of trying to whip up those hard-to-get ingredients from my own kitchen. One such ingredient was Sour cream. There was a time when I used to skip trying a recipe just because it required sour cream. Thanks to Google, I found that making Sour cream wasn’t such a herculean tView Full
One thing I like about being in Chennai is the fact that we get readymade Idli/ Dosa batter, which comes handy in case of emergencies. We always prefer to have coconut chutney with Idlis. Once I decided to experient and went about adding whatever I felt like. To cut the story short, this has turnedView Full
A couple of weeks back, I was at my friend’s place having lunch. She served this chutney given to her by her friend. My eyes nearly popped out when I heard that it was Brinjal chutney. Truth be told. I am not a big fan of Brinjal. A chutney made of brinjal was something I had never heard of. Fell inView Full
Onion Chutney is one of the most requested chutney in our house, ever since I made it some time back. Those looking for a variation from the usual coconut chutney can try this recipe. A perfect accompaniment for Dosa, Idli or Pariyaaram Onion ChutneyView Full
As I had promised in one of my earlier posts, I am presenting the recipe of Veg Momos to my dear readers. This is my own recipe and I can confidently say that this recipe is for keeps. Always make it a point to serve the Momos with the spicy sauce, as it takes the experience to another level. PleaseView Full
Momo is a type of dumpling native to Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, Sikkim and other Himalayan states of India. My first rendezvous withMomos was during our stay in Sikkim. It was another ‘Love at first bite’ for me. Though there are fried as well as steamed versions of Momos, my personal favourite is the stView Full
I had my first tryst with Russian Salad during one of the parties at the Officer’s mess soon after marriage. My liking for this salad was instantaneous. Though it took a while to figure out how to make it, I am delighted to say that the first try itself was a huge success. Well… for those of you,View Full