Kulchas (a sourdough flatbread made of refined flour in curd) is my go-to bread when it comes to heavy tasty Indian main dishes such as Chole, Mutton Curry or Butter Chicken. It is quite similar to how we make parathas but of course, it has a very different taste and is always a better and a healthier alternative to Bhatura Continue reading “Plain Ajwain Kulcha Or Plain Carom Seeds Sourdough Flatbread”
I’ve wanted to learn Thai cuisine for so long that I don’t even remember since when exactly… and finally, I did it!!
2018 has really started out well for me and I’m really grateful for it. Last year Vishal wanted to learn Italian cuisine as he and I both love Italian food, and he loves cooking, so he was very interested in going to an Italian cooking workshop and giving me a surprise by making pasta at home for me. So he searched a contact who taught Italian, but unfortunately, whenever they had Italian workshop, Vishal was busy. So he waited for some time and then gave up and told me about his plan and asked me to do it instead and then teach him so that he can cook Italian for me. Isn’t that sweet!!
Well, I agreed because I love cooking too, though I have already learned…
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Here’s a small video saying it all! ❤
Hello, all. This is a late post, so please forgive, but life’s been extremely busy (particularly this month.) Being the Editor In Cheif at Citrus, I was fortunate enough to get my hands on the first sample copy of Deceived.
This is a late post, so please forgive, but life’s been extremely busy (particularly this month.) Being the Editor In Cheif at Citrus, I was fortunate enough to get my hands on the first sample copy of Deceived.
The cover came out a bit dark in the sample, so the covers are getting reprinted at the moment and most probably we’ll have the first batch of ARCs delivered to the office by next weekend!
Anyway, here are a few pictures [I loved it even with a slightly dark cover and spent an entire day holding this baby]:
On a side note, as my responsibilities have increased at Citrus and as I’m writing the second draft of my second novel, I’ve decided to take a break from podcasting for a few months. So the podcast that I was preparing for this month won’t be going up anytime soon (it really takes a lot of time!)
Though, I’ll try and share flash fiction twice a month as an additional writing exercise.
I hope you guys liked the book’s sample. Please feel free to share your thoughts below. Comments are always welcome!
Hello, foodies! I’m back with an exciting recipe that’ll blow your socks off. It is quick and so delicious that you’ll be left craving for more.
This recipe of Stir Fried Baby Corn is my take on the classic stir-fry recipes (which are countless.) If you want to make Stir Fried Chicken then all you need to do is replace baby corns with chicken (just remember to boil chicken for 2-3 whistles instead of 1.)
So, let’s get going. Continue reading “Stir Fried Baby Corn”
I’ve been away from this blog for around 8 months and I can’t explain in words how much I missed posting recipes here. I’ve tried a lot of stuff in these 8 months and I’ve tried to click most of those experiments.
Today, I’m here with a really simple recipe for French Bread. Continue reading “French Bread Loaf”
I prefer milkshakes to other beverages because they are packed with the goodness of fresh fruits and milk. Adding ice cream to milkshakes load them with calories but they taste awesome! I love my milkshakes with ice cream only. Ice-cream makes them sweet, smooth and thick and they taste delicious! Continue reading “Strawberry Kiwi Milkshake”