Chocolates are Mitul's weakness. This one was of the first things I had baked for him. And ever since, I have been getting requests of baking various chocolate based recipes every week!
The other day, I had a bit of fresh methi leaves left, not enough for parathas or a sabji by itself, so thought of trying out something different.
Not exaggerating, but this has become an at least-once-a-week-must-have sabji now.
It is like soul food. Mash it a little, add some lemon juice have it with freshly made rotis and ghee, with of course onions on the side.
Through the meal we didn't speak a word! The sabji is capturing.
Definitely a must try!
Just a look at this picture builds my appetite for this awesome snack!
Beautifully caramelised jaggery and pumpkin gives this paratha its unique taste.
This used to be my most favourite snack from childhood, and ofcourse, no body can make it better than my mother.
This was one of th very first recipes that I had made.
Another quick fix which is an ALL time favourite!
It literally takes 10 minutes to make this delicious sabji, and with hot baked rotis with ghee, is heavenly!
Try it ONCE and you can't stop having it with everything!
An absolute delight! Every weekend, we would always order out only steamed dumplings from one of the Chinese Kiosks close to our house. The dumplings would be accompanied by a nice chilli soya sauce and this lip-smacking chilli dip. It was such a mystery to find out what all they would add to make it taste like this! It took me about a week’s trial and error to get the almost perfect taste.
It tastes absolutely fantastic as a dip with any sandwiches, or any Chinese dish or even grilled chicken.
A must try!
A delicious combination of apples and cinnamon makes this so perfect for a nice breakfast to keep you fuelled for the whole day.
We would always have this for breakfast in the business and first class cabins and has been my favourite breakfast ever since.
Delicious, filling and a perfect way to fuel your day.