Whilst living in Bangalore years ago, I learned how to make one of my favorite chutneys from Sheela. Then, I bought and fell in love with the pressure cooker thanks to her too! The combination of the two things I love has led me to create this lamb staple in our home! Mint Chutney Lamb Stew The Ingredients For the mint chutney 200 g Greek … Continue reading Lamb staple in our home!
So, I initially bought ground lamb to make my usual, easy peasy spiced meat sauce. Then, I thought, why not do something different? Besides, I need to learn and experiment with all sorts of dishes and cuisines so I could share it with all of you! Today, I am making a kind of pizza. Not an Italian kind but Armenian and surely not for vegetarians! … Continue reading A Kind of Pizza!
Remember I had a cheat day last Sunday by making the Chicken Tortilla Pie? Well, last night, I took out the roasted chicken from the refrigerator and used the breasts for dinner. I also had an aubergine, garlic, thyme and lemon in the vegetable drawer. So, what did I whip up? Well, technically, I sauteed and blended them really! Fusili with Creamy Herb Aubergine Sauce … Continue reading Sauteed and Blended!
Since we moved to Bangalore, I have become a hoarder. Every time I go grocery shopping and if I see something I have not found or seen on my previous shopping trip, I just buy them. What happens next is that I have a kind of a mini mart going on in my pantry! Shamelessly, I’ve had this packet of soba noodles in my pantry … Continue reading A kind of a mini mart going on in my pantry!
So, lately I have been thinking a lot about Katz Deli in NYC. Don’t know exactly why since I have never been there! I guess it’s because Katz gets a lot of promos and air time on TV on many travel and food programs. Or perhaps it’s because I am craving for a good pastrami sandwich at the moment. Anyway, I began to research on … Continue reading So tasty, juicy and succulent!
The first time I had this was way back when I lived in Hawaii. I would go to a nearby deli that served bagels with the works. My usual choice would be with lettuce, smoked salmon, a slice of tomato, alfalfa sprouts, capers and most importantly, my favorite, Sundried Tomato Cream Cheese Spread! The Ingredients 1/2 medium size Red Onion, chopped 4 cloves garlic, minced … Continue reading The works & my favorite!
Usually, the first thing that pops into mind when you hear the word lollipop is a stick with some kind of candy on it. Well, I think of it that way. Today, I am going to share with you another kind of lollipop! Crispy Mustard Chicken Lollipop The Ingredients 450 g Chicken lollipops salt and pepper 1/4 cup Dijon Mustard 1 clove garlic, minced 1/2 … Continue reading Another Kind of Lollipop!
Lately, I’ve been feeling a little heavy. So, thinking thin has been the goal when it comes to my cooking. Trust me, this does not always happen because I love just about anything (non-healthy food included) but at least I am trying. Today, I present you a recipe of very easy to make and a healthy meal! Cumin & Yogurt Oven Grilled Chicken served with Romaine … Continue reading Thinking Thin.