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 […] Read More

Patate wada|Batata vada

By now,my love for street food is very obvious to all the visitors of my blog,and i can still go on with many more recipes glorifying the variety, taste,aroma,easy accessibility and budget friendly costs of street food( hygiene concerns and stomach upsets could be overlooked) I can rave on and on about the variations available […] Read More

A Fried Sweet~Lolo

This is one of unique and important festival in the Sindhi festival calendar. The festival is dedicated to Goddess Mahalaxmi, the Goddess of wealth and being celebrated during the “Shiradhs” – a time period of two weeks dedicated for paying homage to forefathers. Celebration of festival starts with tying “Sagaro” a thread belt compiled from […] Read More

Click Crust for Jugalbandi

Jai and Bee of Jugalbandi are one of my inspiration behind food photography.Trust these guys for some cool pics and heady stuff in all of their posts.And my personal favorites are of course the fuming “Forgive Me My Nonsense“.I confess that i am always more interested in their pics and rantings,than their recipes(sorry guys) Jugalbandi […] Read More

A Guest Recipe-Daag Bhat|onion rice

This week we have a special guest at Sindhirasoi, who has shared with me, a lot of information about Sindhi Food habits, food culture and regional specialties in past few months.Let me introduce Surrayya in her own words; Hobbies: Reading about mysticism, occasionally writing on issues which I feel are important to Sindh or the […] Read More

Juar Jo Dodo And some awards

Dodo is a lovely way to include whole grains in your diet, though the addition of oil makes it bit unhealthy for weight watchers, but it is surely a delight to relish this Jowar flour flatbread with anything you like…..from dal to Subzi, achar to Yoghurt I had came across various different versions to make […] Read More