We had been on our annual vacation to our native, when we suddenly made a plan to visit and explore the city of Delhi - a favorite destination for foodies and shopaholics.
Thursday, April 07, 2016
Methi Qeema prepared with freshly plucked fenugreek leaves from my garden is one of my favorite minced meat recipes.
It is a traditional dish of minced meat flavored with fresh fenugreek leaves. It brings out a very rustic flavor and is easy and simple to make. Also, if you don't eat red meat, you can replace it with chicken mince, yet the recipe remains the same.
I usually prepare it on slow fire rather than using pressure cooker. Though later one gets done very fast but there is a big difference in taste in both the method of cooking.
I love preparing my food with fresh produce and methi or fenugreek leaves is one of them which you can easily grow in your garden or balcony pot without much effort.
It goes perfectly with roti, paratha, naan or any Indian bread. Also, this makes for an easy and yummy lunch box recipe as well.
Wednesday, April 06, 2016
Monday, April 04, 2016
I came across this through HBG group on facebook where a lot of members have suggested this go to recipe for baking the perfect and moistest chocolate cake. For me it came out real extra moist and I think I should have reduced the water quantity a bit, but the taste was just awesome!
Friday, April 01, 2016
But when I came across the recipe of Hershey's Moist Chocolate Cake (recipe coming soon...), I couldn't resist making the frosting for it as mentioned in the site to the T.
It uses just 5 ingredients and gets its chocolatey flavor from the cocoa powder used. One thing to keep in mind while making this is to use extra fine powdered sugar. You also need to sift it so that there are no lumps or else you will end up getting a grainy textured frosting.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
It is basically an Indian whole wheat flat bread stuffed with spicy crumbled paneer mixture. I always use fresh grated paneer to get a delicious creamy taste.
It is a healthy and easy to make breakfast option and also to pack in your kids lunch boxes. It can be had with plain curd, chutney or any sauce of your choice.