China Grass

  China Grass  or Agar Agar is nothing but a Vegetable ‘gelatine’ derived from a number of seaweeds (Gelidium amansii) which are processed by boiling and drying. Agar-agar is used as a quick-setting base for many sweets and desserts in Asia. Refrigerators are a luxury many people in Asia do not have, and agar-agar’s chief […] Get the recipe

Sweet and Spicy ~A Life with You

It seems like only yesterday That our wedding date was set; Although it’s been so many years, The memories linger yet. I guess that we’ve experienced life, In almost every form. We’ve enjoyed the greatest pleasures And weathered every storm, We’ve walked together side by side, As we traveled on through life; And I have […] Get the recipe

Samosa~The most famous Indian Snack

Indians need no introduction for this awesome  snack,which is the most sought after, deep fried , crisp Maida cone,  stuffed with scrumptious potato filling. If the name doesn’t activate the hunger spot in your brain, then you supposedly  are not fit to be called a Foodie ! There are many versions of this lovely snack,varying […] Get the recipe

A Fool Proof Sindhi Pickle

Most of the people landing on my blog , are silent visitors, few oblige to comment , few are kind enough to share recipes and tips,while rest of them write for recipe requests specially for Pickles. I try to reply each and every query as and when time permits. Majority of the people had requested […] Get the recipe

Tawa Pulao

Post Diwali, after loads of huffing puffing, it was time to relax and enjoy my Son’s Winter vacation.With no morning chaos, no hurries & no worries of packing tiffins and budging kiddie, Life was bliss ! But as we all know, happiness is short lived, so no sooner I started enjoying lazy afternoons, my son […] Get the recipe

Pakora Kadhi

The Festive season is gone, but it took some time for the feeling to sink in ! So till then I kept cooking some more sinful food in my Rasoi. Pakora curry being one of them, I enjoy making this, coz ; it is so easy and handy when miraculously your refrigerator is free from […] Get the recipe

Bhee Paalak~Lotus stem in spinach curry

Before the invasion of Paneer (cottage cheese) in Sindhi kitchens, Bhee or Lotus stem or kamalkakdi enjoyed the Numero Uno position,where festive food was concerned. Bhee and Dingri (mushrooms) were supposed to be the food for family functions, marriage ceremonies, festivals etc, when nonveg was restricted . Here is an information about Lotus stem that […] Get the recipe