Punjabi Rajma Masala

A popular comfort meal at punjabi homes is ‘Rajma Chawal’. Yes, we all love a plate of this soul satisfying dish when our moms cook it with spoonfuls of butter and love. Rajma or Kidney Beans, are a rich source of protein, fiber, manganese, phosphorus, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Iron & more. Including Kidney beans in…

Pumpkin Halwa (Dessert Recipe)

It is that time of the year again when every one starts falling in love with Pumpkin spiced lattes, when the dried yellow leaves cover the green grass like a blanket and when there is a slight chill during the long walks at night. Ladies and Gentlemen, autumn season is here and so are Pumpkins…

Masala Egg Toast

Inspired from the famous French Toast, today I am sharing a quick savoury version of an egg toast here. I’ll keep this post precise and straight away start with the introduction of this recipe. Power House Breakfast with Eggs – Nutritional Facts : Eggs are a well known source of proteins and said to contain…

Pumpkin Yogurt Dip

!Hola The Pumpkin Story begins like this : Sometime around the mid of this week, I spotted a beautiful Pumpkin at a wholesale vegetable market. Though it was bigger than what I usually purchase I still got it. And with that, the next thing you can probably guess – I was eager to try a…

The Inevitable Tiramisù (Veg.)

Tiramisù, a popular dessert that originated in the lands of Italy; is traditionally made by  layering finger biscuits (dipped in coffee) and a custard, made from eggs, mascarpone cheese and sugar. The word Tiramisu (in Italian), means ‘pick me up’ or ‘cheer me up’ ; this dessert totally lives up to its name. These days…

Homemade Fudgy Brownies

Hi !! I have been MIA from the blog for various reasons but I am back and super charged up to be sharing loads and loads of new content here. Now, I had baked a brownie on father’s day this year and a got asked about the recipe by so many people. Thus, here I…

Thandai Masala | Summer Drink

The festival of colours, ‘HOLI’ marks playful celebrations and of-course, the arrival of spring. And, to keep up with the short spring and long Indian Summers we need recipes that hydrate and energize us to be on our toes and keep moving. To rejoice the playful and extravagant spirit of Holi, I am sharing one of the traditional…

Healing Power of Chocolate

Couple of months back, I started off with the idea of creating content that revolves around food and fashion. Somewhere in this period, I have had moments where I expected my set of blog posts to run on the internet like those by established food and fashion bloggers. It is always good to dream big,…

Snack’d Ep.# 4 : Oats & Raisin Cookies (Vegan)

For the past month, I have been on a quest of compiling a set of healthy go to snacks on the blog. Today, the fourth one in the Snack’d Series is a vegan cookie recipe. My morning and evening tea rituals would not be complete without a biscuit/cookie. So, I had to crack a healthy recipe in this…

Snack’d Ep.#3 | FoxNuts/Makhanas

The last couple of days have been quite engaging for me. At times like these when I am absorbed by a set of tasks, time seems to travel at the speed of light; leaving me with the choice of unhealthy untimely meals. Blessed with a life, where I have my hands full with new opportunities and…