Celebrating Food Blogger’s Day With Sanjeev Kapoor

November 6th 2012, a day chosen to be celebrated as Food Blogger’s day, a day chosen to make us (The food bloggers) feel special, the day when your’s truly got yet another chance to meet Mr Sanjeev Kapoor….the day when Mumbai food bloggers were invited to be with Sanjeev sir, the day of fun, food […] Read More

Seyun Patata|Sweet vermicelli with Potatoes

Sevaiyan or sweet vermicelli I can visualize many health conscious people, cringing at the food in the plate in above picture…but well yeah, Seyun i.e vermicelli cooked in desi ghee and sugar syrup, served with fried potatoes is relished by Sindhis for Breakfast.The sweet and savory flavors are a delight to eat, and though nothing much to say about […] Read More

Patri Khichreen|Sindhi Style Khichdi

Khichdi Sindhi Style Khichdi, called Patri (Liquid like) Khichdi   is generally made  during summers and enjoyed with a variety of Subzis, ranging from Turnips to Spinach, Smooth gourds to potatoes. The rice and lentils are cooked together along with some black pepper corns, till creamy and usually served with a dash of desi ghee, some homemade […] Read More

Ambh Jo Murbo| Mango Preserve

Mango preserve So how many of you are enjoying a delicious mango season around you?. Any mango pickles, preserves, cakes, tarts, jam etc are being savored at your home? As for us, here in Mumbai, it surely is a season to devour bounty of Baadam and Hapus (Alphonso) variety of mangoes, and loads of tangy tender unripe […] Read More

Ambriyun ji Khatairn

Mango pickle in mustard oil I can go on and on about the number of ways raw mangoes (tender mangoes) could be pickled. Starting from North of India and moving towards South, you will probably come across zillion ways to make pickles with mangoes. And no I am not exaggerating ! From the exclusive, patience – testing- sun-cooked pickles that […] Read More

Tikho Mitho Murbo|Spiced Up Mango Jam

spicy mango jam So I promised you all that the month of April will be dedicated to pickles and conserves/preserves. So here I am , with yet another simple Mango Jam recipe. Generally a fruit jam is supposed to be sweet with the hint of tartness depending upon the fruit used. I have already shared a simple Mango […] Read More

Basar Ji khatairn| Onion Pickle| No Oil Pickle

Onion Pickle Basar Ji Khatairn (Basar = Onion, Khatairn = pickle, in Sindhi) or ‘Paariyan waari Khatairn‘ ( water based pickle )  is my most favorite pickle for various reasons. Firstly Onions are my favorite. I love the crunch of onions when added to salads, sandwiches, chaats, paavbhaji etc. Secondly, many people are afraid of making pickles […] Read More

Leeman Ji Khatairn| Lemon pickle|Zero oil Lemon Pickle

lemon pickle The month of April is here..so whats special about it, you might ask ? Well, it isn’t about the harsh weather (weather discussion could be so boring, especially if you are talking about notorious summer ), nothing to do with April fools and sick April fool jokes, it neither have anything to do with the […] Read More