Goan Pork Ribs

Pork Ribs is something I have eaten a few times at restaurants but never tried making at home. Usually J calls me when he goes to the Pork shop. Every time we wanted to buy ribs, we were out of luck. This time around, we were lucky. When he asked me if it needs to be cut, I confidently said no. It’s only when I saw the rack in front me that I realised my folly. Turned out that what I had envisioned, was way off the mark :P. After trying to slice in vain, I decided to cook it…

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Laal Maans- A fiery Rajasthani Lamb Curry

Laal Maans is an authentic Rajasthani meat dish. The literal translation of “Laal Maans” is Red Meat. Traditionally, this lamb dish is prepared with red chillies and curd. However, the recipe I followed, doesn’t use curd. Instead it calls for Kachri powder, which is the powdered form of wild cucumbe

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Ghevar/Ghewar- a Rajasthani Sweet

With the festival of Raksha Bandhan just around the corner, what better recipe than that of Ghewar ?? Before moving on to the recipe, let me shed some light on Raksha Bandhan. It is a festival that celebrates the relationship between brothers and sisters, where in the sisters tie a Rakhi around thei

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Egg Biryani

I have made no bones about my fondness for Biryani. Today, I was in the mood to make Biryani but wanted to try something different and that’s when I spotted the eggs. So Egg Biryani it is… Didn’t take me long to find the apt recipe from Sailu’s Kitchen. It is definitely a recipe for keeps… 🙂

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Pear and Cardamom Spice Cake.. A Delicious Teatime Treat!!!

I was thinking of baking and wanted to try something new. This time I decided to have a look at the cookbook ‘The Practical Encyclopedia of Cakes Cake Decorating’ by Janice Murfitt and Louise Pickford, which has been lying with me for so many years. Initially when I bought this book, I excitedly fl

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