A nutritious Porridge made from Jowar(sorghum) and Milk, with a subtle flavor of Green cardamom.
Do you believe in Astrology? Do you believe in Daily/Weekly Horoscopes/Predictions ? No, I ain’t gonna start an Anti- Astrology debate or whatsoever for now (or am I?? Who Knows?? I can’t foresee future). It’s just that my Daily forecast for today says that I am gonna outsmart myself today with some great writings …Me […]
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 […]
Toori, turai or ridgegourd, is very popular in Sindhi cuisine.Globally it is known by many different names, like Angled loofah/luffa, ridged loofah, ridged gourd, silk gourd, angled gourd, silk squash, Chinese okra sing qua, tori or toray (Indian), see gua (and other Chinese variations), patola (Philippines)etc As the name suggests, ridged gourds have ridges,while smooth […]
Half of the visitors arriving here would run away, for sure, after reading the name of this post…..Coz; that’s a normal reaction I expect from people who just can’t stand the bitterness of karela (bittergourd). But this post is for those other half, who will stay and would actually read the recipe…Kudos for them(bravo !). […]
Matki (Moth beans) Author: Alka Recipe type: Dal recipe Print Moth beans cooked in onion curry, makes a tasty dal dish Ingredients Matki (moth beans) 250 gm Onion 2 small Tomato 2 small Green chillies 2 Ginger Garlic 3-4 cloves(optional) Turmeric powder ¼ tsp Coriander powder 1 tsp Garam masala powder ½ tsp […]
Well, this one is a real favorite of my kid and so I can’t afford to give it a miss. Though it does not belong to Sindhi cuisine, but this recipe is highly altered to suit Indian palate and now packs of Maggie noodles are integral part of almost every kitchen. Maggie Noodles Serves: […]