When the snow falls softly outside, and the temperature drops beyond the expected, heart craves nothing but a cozy corner all tucked up and some warm soup. To wrap the ice cold fingers around the bowl, slightly tilt the head towards the rising smoke of the soup to inhale the aroma and finally sip, [...]
There are a few dishes as simple and as universal as fried potatoes – but done in different ways in different parts of the world.
This cabbage roulade is just a fancy musical name for a very popular Indian Paatra or Pathrode. An all savory vegan dish, traditionally paatra is made with the beautiful leaves of colocasia/taro root/arbi. The leaves are layered, rolled, steamed, sliced like little pretty pinwheels, and then tempered with spices.
Indulge if you may…A deep fried delight. Aloo = Potato; Vada = Dumpling (well deep fried in this case).
These look like Khandvis, because they are Khandvis… only I have layered them & stuffed them. Basic old recipes are treasures, however sometimes when that adventurous itch rears it’s head, I need to give in to my temptations to the looming who knows what will happen. Sometimes the adventure is a disaster, [...]