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 […]
Sweet potatoes are the sweeter tuberous roots that are long and tapered, and have a rustic look , feel and taste. There are many varieties of these roots available around the world, ranging from pale yellow skinned to orange or from red to purplish hued skin. A rich source of Vit A and Beta-carotene, it […]
Lentils…there are possibly million ways to cook and relish lentils and India is a blessed country, with the sheer variety of lentils grown here, the number of way these get incorporated into our daily diet and the exhaustive combinations of meals that we can make, using split dried lentils or Dal….be it Chana dal, or […]
Many Sindhis begin their Sundays with a visit to roadside food cart for a hot , king sized, breakfast, fit to celebrate the holiday mood. The breakfast served on a lazy Sunday morning, at almost every nook and corner of Sindhi localities, happens to be either Dal pakwan, Dal moong, or else Chola Dhabhal (Chola […]
Awran Jo Murrabo or Indian Gooseberry Conserve is very popular amongst Sindhis, particularly, it is the most favorite of elder generation, because they are well aware of the health benefits of Amla or Indian Gooseberries. Probably all of us have heard about this ‘Wonder Berry’ and the numerous health benefits of consuming Amla on regular […]
Hectic mornings, empty stomach, loads of pending work and time crunch..an awful combination to drain away my energy. And when the thoughts of rolling out some Koki, Paranthas or cooking some elaborate breakfast like Dal Pakwan, is a big no no, that is when these pancakes come to my rescue…easy to whip up, easy to […]
The dreaded moment arrived..after enjoying two months of no alarm setting, no tiffin packing, no early- morning- rising, no school timetables and no studies, carefree days, its back to school routine…sigh ! Now with the life slowly coming back on a routine track, its time to plan menus ahead of each day, so as to […]
Now that we are done with Holi, the festival of colors for Indians, its time to share with you, this year’s Holi Special Sweet, Seero Malpuro or Malpua served with Sooji Halwa. Making a sweet dish is always a challenging job for me, because I am paranoid about adding the heaps of sugar as suggested […]
A nutritious Porridge made from Jowar(sorghum) and Milk, with a subtle flavor of Green cardamom.
An easy breezy recipe for making praline sweet, loaded with nuts and dryfruits… Diwali Special !