Mushroom in Kashmiri Yakhni Gravy

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.

Healthy & Creamy Pumpkin Sauce Pasta (Vegan)

Jump to Recipe We are always looking for healthy, yet tasty alternatives of our favourite foods. Experimenting with different flavours is something that we enjoy and don't mind being guinea pigs for it! During this lock down, we've had the chance to try some interesting flavours like pumpkin and sweet potato which can easily replace... Continue Reading →

Yummiest Banana Pancakes (Eggless and with Egg)

Jump to Recipe If you thought that pancakes are the stuff of expensive ready-to-make mixes or hotel buffets, then think again! Our version of these beautiful Banana babies is as delicious as they get.Made with ingredients easily available at home and with both eggless and egg versions. 🥞🥞🥞 Ohh the sweet smell of pancakes 🥰... Continue Reading →

At-Home Thai Green Curry!

Hey there folks, here's the answer to every potluck and every fancy date night dinner and every special family lunch!! This recipe does demand some specific ingredients, but nowadays you can even find it at your vegetable vendor. Some departmental stores also have a chopped up, ready-to-make kits enough for one meal. The quality of... Continue Reading →

Wheat Pancakes

Pancakes are our go-to breakfasts on Sundays. It's usually a 11 a.m. eat. So we can stuff ourselves and laze around in the afternoon, not having to worry about cooking lunch! It's a super easy, healthy and sort of indulgent dish depending on the topping 🙂 Update: We've just tried out an amazing version with... Continue Reading →

Turkish Menemen

As you guys know, we are big fans of eggs! We've even added a section on eggs (very ambitiously, I must say) on our blog 😀 One of our all time, absolute favorites is the Turkish Menemen. Now I know that a lot of people confuse it with Shakshuka. But the modern version of these... Continue Reading →

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