Creamy, without any cream or roux! This recipe for Cream of Mushroom Soup makes use ingredients that you already have in your pantry and secret ingredient that makes it super healthy. Made extra simple in a pressure cooker!
￼ My spin on this classic Middle Eastern salad, is with Cauliflower grains instead of Bulgar or couscous. Cauliflower ‘rice’ has been a trending recipe on the internet for the last few years, with many even making cauliflower fried ‘rice’. This is an innovative cauliflower recipe, perfect if you’re on a paleo diet, vegetarian or vegan. My version uses cauliflower ‘florets’ or ‘grains’ in a manner that even veggie haters and picky eaters will be surprised with and love!
￼ Tzatziki is traditionally used as a sauce in Greek Cuisine, but I find that it makes for an awesome ‘dip’ too, especially for summer because it’s got cucumber that’s so cooling. It’s perhaps one of the easiest homemade / DIY recipes that’s super healthy too! Of course, the humble dill is the hero of this Tzatziki. Here, it’s paired with an awesome cocktail made with Johnnie Walker Red Label – The Red Fizz! These are the sort of recipes you want on hand to feed a crowd, but are really easy and effortless for entertaining at home.
￼ An easy Tomato & basil Bruschetta makes for a quick appetizer to feed a crowd. Perfect for the summer when you don’t want to spend too much time in the kitchen! It’s paired here with a cocktail called Red Label Snapper – fresh take on a classic Bloody Mary- made with Johnnie Walker Red Label instead of vodka! ￼
To say it briefly, lately, my life has been a mess. Shifting homes is turning out to be way more chaotic than I had ever imagined. I guess, for people like me who work from home, the impact is a bit more because one ends up feeling uprooted on the work front too. So when the folks at PepperTap reach
I’m not shy of making risottos, but honestly, ever since I discovered ‘baked risottos’, you know the kind that you start on the flame and then shut-off in the oven for the next 40-or-so minutes, I’ve had zero inclination to make it any other way! When I’m cooking just for the 2 of us, it frees me
Making desserts is my jam, it’s my thing, and I’ll happily make endless amounts of it for friends. But if for some reason, you’re trying to win me over, don’t make dessert for me, cook me dinner instead! And if you manage to sneak in umami, well, kudos to you! But seriously, ever since I had a [
While we’re all dying in the crazy heat in Mumbai, I think I might have stumbled upon a silver lining to this crazy situation… bread making! Any kind of yeasted dough rises like a dream in this hot and humid weather, making this the ideal weather to bake homemade breads. I usually cover the dough wi
If you’re looking for an alternative to the regular basil-pine nut pesto, then this arugula and cilantro (coriander as we like to call it in India) Pesto is a refreshing change! Walnuts are often used even in traditional pesto, instead of pine nuts (as they can be expensive).
Do you know what ‘kachumber’ is? It’s a sort of daily salad that accompanies Indian meals. Finely chopped tomatoes, cucumber, onions and dressed with something tangy (usually lemon juice), some chillies and salt and pepper. Simple, uncomplicated, but not something that you can make a meal of. But th