Tomato Sandwiches are my latest favourite. They are creamy, tangy and compliments tea very well. It is made using tomatoes, onion, cheese and mayonnaise. In Singapore it is school holidays this week, so I took the opportunity and invited my … Continue reading Tea-Time Tomato sandwich
It is an IndoChinese dish, which has combination of Indian Spices and Chinese condiments. It has a crispy outer texture with soft inside. The best Manchurian I ever had is at Five spice in Mumbai (Andheri). I make it a … Continue reading Vegetarian Manchurian with Gravy
Singapore is a food paradise, one of the celebration that attract foodies like me is Singapore Food Festival. STREAT is a signature event that took place last Friday. How could I and my friends miss that? It was organised at … Continue reading Singapore Food Festival and Nachos Chaat Recipe
This dish is a perfect marriage between Thai and Indian Cuisine. It has all the basic ingredients of authentic Thai Pineapple rice, with a touch of Tomato and Indian red Chilli. It can be served as a main dish and … Continue reading Pineapple Rice
Last Saturday My partner and I had participated in a culinary competition were we had to use coconut milk to show our creativity and uniqueness. I would like to confess that before that day, I had never used coconut milk … Continue reading Malai Kofta With Thai Touch
This post was drafted in start of May month but I some how missed posting it on time. Today I was surfing through my older drafts and came across it. This time round without delaying it any further I thought of posting it right away. Better late than never right? So here it is. I had served “Jeera rice with coconut twist” along with Healthy Malai kofta with Thai touch and Chocolate Strawberry pudding with Caramelised walnuts while participating in a culinary completion were we had to showcase out creativity with coconut milk. To my pleasant surprise my partner and I were … Continue reading Jeera Rice (Cumin Rice ) With Coconut Twist
Last weekend we had taken our Son to East Coast Park. It is a beach front park. We had hired a family bike to stroll around, Nishith enjoyed it a lot as he thought he was the one directing us as he had … Continue reading Mexican Magic – How to make Mexican Sandwich.