This easy autumnal apple loaf cake is just the perfect pick-me-up quick bake and every bite feels like a warm hug.
This one-pot easy to make tangy sausage gnocchi is pack with flavour and can be made with mostly readily available pantry ingredients.
A quick and easy to make versatile Indian recipe, ‘Aloo Gobi’ is loved in most North Indian households and is packed with flavour. This recipe is as simple as it can get.
Tips on how to make a recipe cost less without reducing its quality. This will help you feed your family through the rising inflation.
This Goan Prawn Curry with okra and raw mango is an important pillar in the normal traditional Goan Xit, Koddi and Nustem combination.
This Goan coriander chutney is fresh, herby, nutty, sweet, sour and with just the right amount of salt. You’re definitely in for a treat with this recipe.
This caramelised and boozy pear upside-down cake is so fruity, moist and moreish. Normally I’d eat just a small piece of cake if I bake something but this time I just couldn’t resist. It was that good and I have to share this goodness with you all.
Every spice in India has some benefit or the other. When mixed together as concoctions these spices can literally heal you from any ailment.
Tuna Vindaye is a Mauritian delicacy. You can make Vindaye with anything including seafood, chicken or veg. Highly recommend.
These Chai-spiced stewed apples, filled with the goodness of various spices, are the perfect little treat to elevate your breakfast bowls.
Trust me when I say this, these ultimate breakfast egg muffins are all you need in your life right now. They are fluffy too.
Are you new in the kitchen? Have you just learnt to cook last year? This is the ultimate survival guide for a new cook.
The pandemic hasn’t ended but one thing which has been constantly comforting is food. Food trends to look out for in 2021. Read more here.
This beef mince pie is so comforting, luscious and rich. The meat is so juicy and has the right amount of spice. The potato mash is crispy, creamy and cheesy. It’s everything you’ll ever need.
This very juicy and well marinated leg of lamb is sure to satisfy your comfort food cravings.
Weekends are always for special comforting foods. This past weekend we enjoyed a very special recipe which is inspired by a Goan pork dish called Pork Solantulem.
With the lockdown easing learn how to cook for a crowd on a tiny budget without compromising on the taste and quality of food. Go ahead and start planning now! The time to party is nearly approaching.
Need a reassuring healthy drink during the COVID-19 pandemic? Here is one to keep all those flu like symptoms away, a mildly spiced golden milk.
This quarantine time is perfect to get yourself to do some pickling so definitely try out this easy aubergine pickle recipe.
This Goan sorpotel is a spicy pork gravy preparation which is best eaten after a few days and is served with sanna or even some sweet bread.
This year Easter 2021 is also going to be in lockdown but we’ve got you covered with some easy Easter meal dishes to try. Plan an Easter meal on lockdown with us.
There are numerous supplements available in the market to boost your immune system. However, it is vital to eat natural foods and exercise to build a strong immunity.
It is a known fact that food is inevitable for all beings. Whether you cook, bake or just order a takeout regularly every person comes in contact with food on a day to day basis. So, why not turn this necessity into a passion.
A nice rustic apple pie during this fall season perfectly describes everything about being at home in your PJs, the warmth of the scrumptiousness that oozes out of the apple filling and the crisp weather outside your window. This rustic apple pie in particular is perfect for fall or Thanksgiving. It is just so comforting…
Accompanying normal day-to-day meals with a glass of fine wine can give you an amazing gourmet experience every single time.
This raw mango chutney has the perfect balance of sweet, sour and spicy to it. It can be eaten as a relish. It is the perfect accompaniment to your rice meals. Other options with which you can enjoy this chutney is uttapam, inside a vada pav, inside wraps, etc. You can also enjoy it with hot chapatis or pita bread.
A very strong sour vinegar made by fermenting toddy and is commonly known as the Goan Toddy Vinegar.
Raw mango pickles are most loved by many of us in Goa. But, this water based pickle also known as Tora Shiro which simply means raw mango slices in Konkani (the local language spoken in Goa) is simply tangy and mouth-watering. MANGOES IN GOA “Mango is the national fruit of India.” “It is also the…
This sticky lime pickle is another one of my mum-in-laws signature pickle recipes. She calls it lime pickle however I had to name it the sticky lime pickle as it caramelises and becomes very sticky in consistency and texture as it matures over months.
Tendli pickle is a flavour-packed, pungent yet tangy-with a hint of sweetness- vegetable pickle made of the ivy gourd. What is an ivy gourd? Tendli as it is commonly known in Goa is also called Tindora or Ivy Gourd or scarlet gourd or the kowai fruit. For those who do not mind a little science,…
Prawn Balchão is a spicy shrimp based masala pickle and a favourite in most of the seafood-loving Goan houses. It can be made with Tiger Prawns too. It is a spicy-tangy, sweet type of pickle and can be made in advance without reheating it and eaten for months, if stored properly.
Some veggies or meats, and seafood too, along with some whole spices and vinegar is all you need to make an amazingly fresh and deliciously mouth craving pickle. And, I doubt you’ll find anything better than a nice homemade pickle.
Escape into a seafood paradise and turn your heads to learn this quick and hassle-free stir-fry recipe
This recheado masala is a must-have in all Goan kitchens. It is very versatile and wholesome. This is used for various Goan preparations.
I know that I have delayed this post for a very long time, but Mackerels stuffed with red masala is my all time favourite of Goan flavours mixed into one dish. And, I am so sure that it is one of the favourites of all you Goan folks wherever you may be. Those not from…
I grew up hearing the Konkani phrase Agxikar Chouriçokar which also means a person from Agassaim is a sausage seller (lover). Once upon a time, people from far and near used to come to Agassaim specially to buy these delicious and flavourful sausages which would be sold from some households in Agassaim and which looked like a long rosary in appearance.