Cranberry Pop Tarts & Pies

Pop Tarts are one of the simplest baking which I have done so far. I love Pop-Tarts because it is cute, easy and deliciously flaky. I am not a baking person and only do once the need arises. After becoming confident with this pie crust recipe, I decided to try my hands at this Pop-Tarts. Since…

Lau Badhi Tarkari

Lau Badhi Tarkari  is a simple light curry very popular in all Odia households. This Lau Badhi Tarkari recipe is easy to make. After a heavy and rich food of Sunday meals, this light and flavorful curry is the call of the day. Since  very less spices are used in this , it gives a very mild taste…

YEN THONGBA -(MANIPURI CHICKEN CURRY)

MANIPURI CHICKEN CURRY or YEN THONGBA is the most typical way of cooking chicken in the Manipuri community . This MANIPURI CHICKEN CURRY is full of flavors and taste best with country foul.Use of  Awa Phadigom ( Mexican coriander ) or culantro makes this curry quite different from other chicken curries , we are used to.…

Amaranth Greens

Grilled Tofu with Amaranth Greens

Amaranth Greens which is loaded with vitamins and essential minerals forms an integral part of various regional cuisines in the country.  It’s leaves resembles  to that of spinach and you can use them in the same manner as any leafy vegetables. Amaranth Greens despite being known as one of the super foods having rich content of proteins, anti-oxidants and…

Mangalore Buns

Mangalore Buns- A treasure from Udupi cuisine

Mangalore Buns or ‘Banana Buns’ is a popular Breakfast/Snack from  Mangalorean cuisine. This Mangalore Buns are actually soft, sweet and fluffy banana pooris served with a spicy coconut chutney. Mangalorean cuisine comprises of cuisines from Udupi as well as cuisine of other Mangalorean communities such as the Saraswat Brahmins, Mogaveeras, Billavas, Bunts, Mangalorean Catholics and the Bearys. Udupi cuisine…

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