• Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese) Cutlet

    A crispy snack and a wonderful starter for any special occasion!!

  • Vegetable Pulao

    Quick, easy and delicious!! It is an Indian rice based dish with good flavor of veggies and spices. It goes well with pretty much every gravy based side dish. I usually serve it with chicken curry or paneer butter masala.

  • Fresh Corn Soup.

    It was corn season time in Bangalore and I so badly wanted to get this right. My previous attempts with corn weren’t that great, especially the sweet corn chicken soup. Almost all the corn based recipes used canned, pre cooked corns and that’s so much a deterrent for me. I wanted to use the fresh corn you get roadside. And then I came across David Lebovitz’s adaptation to this soup. This is pretty easy to make and once done stays for 4-5 days building up the flavor. My adaption was sweeter than I anticipated but I used a bit of soy sauce with every serving to get around it. If corn’s cheap in you area, this serves well! Some day I’ll add bacon to this 🙂

  • Mizuna coriander salad

    Lunch at memsql by Chef Daniel Norton

  • Banana Fritters ( Pazham Pori )

    This is a traditional Kerala snack. Bananas coated with flour and fried. It won’t taste the same with any banana other than Kerala banana / Nenthram pazham.

  • Sauteed Potatoes

    Sauteed potatoes are quintessential to the English breakfast. This recipe is with a dash of tanginess

  • Spinach Pasta Bake

    This is a simple dish but needs a lot of time for preparation. Also, if you don’t have cheese sauce then it becomes bit hard (although cheese sauce is easy to make). You can find the recipe of cheese sauce in my list.
    Credit goes to BBC Good Food.