Category: Vegetables

  Chutney # 28 Happy Women’s day to all the lovely ladies! I am dedicating this post to four wonderful women in my life (and there are many more), who have inspired me and continue to motivate me. The one quality I admire most in them .....[Read More]
One of my favorite vegetable is cauliflower. Alas, the winter season is receding. Cauliflowers are found in abundance in the market during the winters – large and fresh ones. I often use this vegetable in the winters make the simple cauliflower stir .....[Read More]
Of all seasons, autumn food is most about memory. As the leaves turn and the days shorten, we find ourselves craving hearty fate and local ingredients, longing for family recipes and traditions. - - Allison Alsup How very true! Thus craving for the .....[Read More]
Chutney # 17When I went home from office, yesterday, my mother-in-law asked me to taste a chutney, which she had made. As we love chutneys (especially she, me and my mother), I tasted it and was intrigued with its taste and could not name the chutney. .....[Read More]
Everyone who cooks, has a signature dish. A dish which they can cook well, a dish which always turns out good! A dish which can be prepared effortlessly and which does not let you down, a dish which can be stirred and served to guests, a dish which needs .....[Read More]
Did you know that in some parts of the world, especially in the coastal areas in India, the coconut tree is considers as Kalpavriksha. As per Hindu mythology, Kalpavriksha is a wish-fulfilling divine tree in Hindu mythology. It is considered sacred due .....[Read More]
Talking about tomatoes, here are some of the health benefits and varieties of this wonderful red fruit!Did you know?Though the tomato is considered a culinary vegetable which is widely used in various cuisines, worldwide, botanically it is a fruit belonging .....[Read More]
Drumsticks** – one of the commonly used as a vegetable in South Asia are in fact immature seed pods, which are rich in vitamin C.Drumsticks – one of the commonly used as a vegetable in South Asia are in fact immature seed pods, which are rich in vitamin .....[Read More]