Raw Mango – Onion Stuffed Bitter Gourds

Bitter gourds are one of the most misunderstood vegetables out there I feel. I havent met many people in my life who claim to love these vegetables. In fact, I seem to find people who only consume this vegetable – more as a manner of medication (yes, this vegetable is wonderous as a cure for…

Cheese Scones with Apple Chutney

  Scones – The tea-time treat is synonymous with Great Britain. Any typical English tea-time is known to be kind of incomplete without Scones and Jam and clotted cream. In fact, English tea-time ceremonies have a variety of such beautiful treats such as Scones, cucumber and cheese sandwiches, Macaroons, Small tarts along with a collection…

Luqaimat – My Style

I read somewhere today morning, “Food has no religion”. It is one of the truest facts globally. We Indians, eat Italian, Mexican, Chinese and other cuisines most of the time…Similarly, Indian curry is consumed widely in England. Back home for example, I am a Gujarati but I enjoy Maharashtrian, Punjabi, Rajasthani, South-Indian and various other…

Sweet Potato Burger with BBQ Sauce

So, I’ve had this craving for a good burger for a very long time now. Most of my burger experiences have been either McDonalds or Burger King. Doesn’t matter that I haven’t eaten at either of them for almost 3 years now. I am not much of a burger person usually. I find the ones…

Fried Noodles – An Indo-Chinese version

Food always tends to get regionalised. Lets say for example, the Indian curries find themselves to be made a bit to suit the European palate or the Chinese foods that tend to be Indianised so as to suit the Indian food scene. It’s not particularly a bad thing. It’s a way culture evolve and help…