Watermelon Feta Salad ~ My version

I buy feta cheese at ridiculous prices here in Hyderabad and have it spoil while I make grand plans to use it inventively. A few days ago, I discovered a still fresh stash of feta in my fridge and cringed at how much I paid for it and how carelessly I kept it. That discovery … Continue reading Watermelon Feta Salad ~ My version

Day 5 ~ {DIY} Lemon Infused Olive Oil for Salads and Soups

The aroma of a scented oil to finish off a salad or soup is enticing. After eyeing some fragrant flavoured oils on some online stores, I decided it wouldn't be so difficult to make some myself. The process is quite simple and yet, the resulting oil is such a great add on to finish a … Continue reading Day 5 ~ {DIY} Lemon Infused Olive Oil for Salads and Soups

Day 1 ~ Brown Rice Salad ~ Blogging Marathon

My comfort food is rice. When I have nothing else to cook with, no vegetables, no mood, no time, unexpected guests... basically anything to give me an excuse to eat rice will be taken! The fact that I hate getting flour under my nails is one of the main reasons I love rice. ¬† I … Continue reading Day 1 ~ Brown Rice Salad ~ Blogging Marathon

Celebrate the Monsoons ~ Masala Bhutta {Recipe for Indian Style Spicy Corn on the Cob}

A few weeks ago, I posted a recipe for Fresh Corn Papdi Chaat. I made this to celebrate the monsoons. In the parts where I live, fresh corn on the cob is still available and the recipe I am sharing here is one of my favourite ways to eat it. I first had this at … Continue reading Celebrate the Monsoons ~ Masala Bhutta {Recipe for Indian Style Spicy Corn on the Cob}

Beet and Orange Citrus Salad with Walnuts {Recipe}

My love for beetroot is well, err, nonexistent to tell you the truth. It cannot be easy to get over years of being subjected to an overcooked grey green goop of a 'curry' to be eaten with sambar and rice in a hostel mess or any one of the several (cheap) eating joints one frequents … Continue reading Beet and Orange Citrus Salad with Walnuts {Recipe}

Celebrate the Monsoons ~ Fresh Corn Papdi Chaat

The arrival of the monsoons, my favourite time of the year, sees cart loads of fresh corn being sold all over the city where I live. The easiest and most tempting way to eat it is freshly roasted and slightly charred over hot coal, rubbed down with red chilli powder, salt and lemon. Most people … Continue reading Celebrate the Monsoons ~ Fresh Corn Papdi Chaat