Swanjhro|Drumstick Flowers currry

drumstick flower curry Drumsticks are widely used in Sindhi cuisine, be it in the traditional Sindhi kadhi, or in Seyal bhaji, as Bhughal Singhyun or in tomato gravy. The dried tender drumsticks called Suandhro, finds its place in dry curry or even in Raita (condiment made with yoghurt). Our love for the Moringa oleifera, the drumstick tree, extends beyond its tender […] Get the recipe

Ambha Adhu|Mango Ginger Pickle

ambha_adhu2 The pros of being a food blogger is that you come across so many people from different geographical locations, having varying customs and traditions, unique food habits, plethora of  recipes, sharing knowledge about local ingredients and much more. One get to know so much about the traditional food  by just interacting with elderly people across […] Get the recipe

Anjeer Ain Kharkun Ji Mithai

anjeer khajur barfi Shubham Karoti Kalyanam Arogyam Dhana Sampadah Shatru Buddhi Vinashaya Dipa Jyotir Namostute  “I fold my hands before the light that brings prosperity, auspiciousness, good health, abundance of wealth and destruction of the enemy’s intellect”. (Source:Here) May the festival of lights, fill your life with joy and contentment ! Wishing you all a very happy and […] Get the recipe

Bhughal Singhyun~ Drumstick Curry

bhughal_singhi Singhyun or drumsticks (Moringa oleifera/Sem phalli ) is yet another favorite vegetable of Sindhis, and is used in variety of ways in day to day meals. Not only the pods of Drumstick tree are used in Sindhi cuisine, but the flowers; both fresh and dried are used to make delicious stir fries, semi dry subzi, […] Get the recipe

Tomato Toaster~Salsa Stuffed Toasted Sandwich

tomato_toaster Long long ago when life was all about school, homework, friends, doll marriages, ludo, carom, skipping ropes, sibling fights and having crush on Bollywood stars, food was not a hyped fad and terms like Gourmet, Haute cuisine, Molecular gastronomy, were unheard of. Eating out was a luxury strictly indulged in, during Diwali and the family […] Get the recipe

Gheeyar~Sindhi Jalebi! A video Recipe

1556299_10202074440476784_1483128793_o Dr Rajesh Khatwani, is a passionate cook and enthusiastic baker. Let me introduce Dr Khatwani, in his own words… “I am a practicing pediatrician in Ahmadabad. Wild life photography and cooking difficult dishes are two of my favorite hobbies. It started with cakes and kulfis—I learnt from my mother. I have tamed few of challenging […] Get the recipe

Gheear~Sindhi style Jalebi

Gheear Holi, the spring festival of India, is around the corner.With just few days remaining in the festival of colours, many people asked for the recipe of traditional Holi sweet of Sindhis, Gheear or the jumbo jalebi. For sindhis, Holi means going crazy over sweets like Praghree, Gheear, Malpura etc. The recipe of typical Sindhi sweet, […] Get the recipe

Kesar Pista kulfi

kulfi2 I often wonder, what it is that make certain food so evocative, decades later? The smell of besan being roasted, triggers the memories of my mother making Sindhi Kadhi on weekends. The sight of corn on the cob, being roasted on charcoal, reminds me of the monsoon evenings, when a lime with salt and chili […] Get the recipe

Soybean in Sindhi style gravy

soybean curry Soybean, a kind of legume, is somewhat controversial, and there are many different theories regarding the pros and cons of consuming Soy and its products. Traditional Indian cuisine seldom made use of fermented Soy products and its only since past few years, that Soy products are used in form of   tempeh, tofu, soy milk, Soya […] Get the recipe

Kirng Upma|Thick savory porridge using Samo seeds rice

upma Kirng or Samo seeds rice is often used in India to cook ‘fasting foods. Also known as Bhagar or Moraia , Samo seeds are  a kind of wild rice (seeds), hence named as ‘Jungle  rice’. Botanically known as Echinochloa colona, it is actually a weed growing in rice fields. Samo is widely used in India, […] Related Posts with Thumbnails Get the recipe