Recipe Review

November Recipe Reviews

Here’s a list of new recipes I tried this month: Main Dishes Desserts Main Dishes Baked Garlic Chicken – Low Carb (Genius Kitchen) What You Need * Boneless chicken thighs * Grass-fed butter * Low-sodium soy sauce * Minced garlic * Black pepper, dried rosemary Review Modifications Verdict Time: 10 min hands-on, 45 min in oven… Continue reading November Recipe Reviews

Recipe Review

Cracking the Code of Plain Parathas

I had always sucked at making plain parathas. They invariably turned out with some uncooked spots or were stiff and hard to eat. I was also made fun of because of the plain parathas I doled out, and this was when I had only about started cooking by myself (read, after getting married). Ask me to cook stuffed… Continue reading Cracking the Code of Plain Parathas

Recipe Review

Pindi Chole/Chana – The Missing Ingredient

I have been making rase ke chole (chana in gravy) for a number of years now. I recently tried to make pindi chana, which is spicy chana masala with much less gravy; in fact, the gravy has a thick saucy consistency. It goes best with bhature or poori. I had invited some guests over for… Continue reading Pindi Chole/Chana – The Missing Ingredient

Recipe Review

Maggi: Thy Name Savior

Who would not have, at one point or the other, not relied on maggi, in the absence of a.b.s.o.l.u.t.e.l.y any other options to quench ‘paapi pate’s bhook’. Stuck at home on a night, suddenly you realize there’s nothing at home to cook and its too late to step out to grab a bite, you turn… Continue reading Maggi: Thy Name Savior

Bangalore · Restaurant Review

The Tale of an Inch

Cafe Inch on 100 ft Road Indiranagar used to be a hot spot 3 years back. It was conveniently located, at 5 minutes drive from our residence at that time. It had swanky interiors – with varied kind of seating, occupied a decently huge area, and attracted a posh crowd. It was really our favorite… Continue reading The Tale of an Inch