A special recipe from the pristine valleys of Kashmir. This recipe is credited partly to a Kashmiri acquaintance, my obsession of ordering Nadru (lotus steam) in Yakhni gravy at every opportunity and my research of various blogs and write ups on Yakhni gravy and its evolution from Turkish/Greek cuisine to Kashmiri cuisine. A slow cooked dish, without the strong masalas, Indianized over time, yet maintaining its origins, that's Yakhni Gravy for you. My version is sans any onion or garlic.
Chocolate truffles are a a boon to those who love quick desserts. It is also a very versatile dessert, in that, the combination of flavours are only limited by your imagination. Not just that, I'm showing you two super easy ways to make them! One with all of 3 ingredients and the other way with... Continue Reading →
Jump to Recipe Lately, I've been experimenting a lot with healthy cookie recipes. Though neither of us crave snacks on regular working weekdays, lock down and working from home has affected our food habits. If you haven't tried our Ragi-Cocoa Cookies yet, check it out here Given that we are also working out, protein snacks... Continue Reading →
Jump to Recipe Has the lock down got you snacking more? Or are you leaning towards the healthier side? Either way, this is a recipe that will definitely work for you. Neither of us is a big fan of packaged biscuits and prefer wholesome cookies instead. But such cookies not only cost a lot and... Continue Reading →
Jump to Recipe This dessert has a fun story to it! We were watching MasterChef Australia where Khanh, one of the contestants mentioned about a '30 minute' Swedish Chocolate Cake. His description of it being not only a quick bake, but a crowd-pleaser too, had Rahul sprinting into the kitchen! He challenged himself to bake... Continue Reading →
Jump to Recipe As much as a picture transports you back to a destination, we feel, so does the distinct taste of a dish. Recipes from our travels have been our way of collecting travel memorabilia. We love learning a local recipe on our travels and making our own take on it. Experimenting with flavours... Continue Reading →
Thimphu & Paro may be the face of Bhutan, But it's heart lies in Bumthang, Trongsa & Haa! Read to know the story of the Land of Ara, Suja, Snow & Happiness...
Travel Tips: Everything You Need To Plan Your Trip To Bhutan "If I'm a genuine terton (finder of treasures) then may I return with the treasure and my lamp still alight. However, if I am a devil, may I drown." Saying so, he dove into "The Burning Lake" in Bumthang with a burning butter lamp.... Continue Reading →
Travel Tips: Everything You Need To Plan Your Trip To Bhutan Thimphu to Haa Valley Having recently read about the Doklam issue, a bordering area between Bhutan and China, we were curious to witness this vastness on the other side of Bhutan. Little did we know that we were entering the quietest and most well... Continue Reading →
Click here to read our Travel Stories from 'Thousand Kilometres Across Bhutan' Planning a trip to Bhutan is different for Indians and for SAARC nationals than for other nationalities. If you don't belong to one of the SAARC countries including India, then you will need a visa and will have to contact a local travel... Continue Reading →