Even if you have prepared a stunningly delicious dish, an accompaniment to that can definitely enhance the taste. Here are a few simple flavored butter recipes, which go well with almost everything; from breads, to grilled meat, to roasted veggies and potatoes.
This is the ONE and ONLY chocolate dessert I can feast on! No other cake like this one, can say ‘’its time to celebrate’’! And what better reason than to make it on our anniversary. The recipe looks like a long tedious one, but trust me it isn’t. Its actually a lot of fun to make this cake. And what better rewards than an earshot grin of satisfaction from your better half!
I love baking, ABSOLUTELY love it! With my headphones and an awesome playlist, I can bake till my phone battery runs out. Then I would take a break to recharge it and get back to baking! The joy and ''happy feeling'' that some people feel with yoga / long drives / long walks / dancing / meeting friends; baking gives me all that.
It is the most enjoyable, de-stressing, relaxing and working out at the same time, kitchen experience I always look forward to.
If you think of it, interestingly and entertainingly, with all the careful and smooth mixing, rhythmic kneading and shaping, it definitely seems like Tai Chi, but of course in the kitchen!
One of the most simple, delicious and a typical Gujarati sabji. My transition from a Maharashtrian family to a Gujarati family was so much easier than I had expected it! Of course, food played a major part in easing my way through! I didn’t know gujju food would be so simple, innovative and delicious, that I was glad I married into a gujju family!
This was one of the first sabjis my mum-in-law had made for us, and ever since, has been one of my all time favorites!
A must try!
Dal dhokli is one of my most favorites! And in spite of being a Gujarati, Mitul can’t stand the smell of it. Since I was really craving for it today, Mitul was left with no choice but to choose something that I don’t like eating, and that he loves, and I would make that for him for dinner. AND OF COURSE he choose fish!
So finally with a clipped nose I quickly finished cooking for him, and then enjoyed making my dinner!
It is a very simple and a quick recipe. A perfect combination of dal, roti and spices. The way it’s made, it can even be called an Indian pasta dish!
One can do justice to it only after garnishing it with at least 1 – 2 tsp of ghee and then feasting on it!
Being a Gujarati, Mitul hates Dal Dhokli! It is one of the best Gujarati inventions! And being a Maharashtra, I can’t stand the smell of fish! And I don’t hear the end of that.
So today, finally we decided to reach a mid-ground, and I could make the most delicious and tasty dal dhokli for me, and Tuna Patties and a side salad for Mitul. Hence, both of us were super happy to feast on our individual favorite foods!