Chat with Pink Oven

Gone are days when cakes were sold only in bakeries and patisseries. These days many of the homes have an oven and cakes, breads, muffins, etc have become a regular affair. Baking is already well-sought option as a business that can be done from one's own kitchen and a minimum investment. Today's post is about … Continue reading Chat with Pink Oven

Murungakeerai Ragi Roti

Murungakeerai and Ragi (Moringa Leaves and Finger Millet) is a great combination. We get Murungakeerai almost all through the year in Kuwait. It is locally grown I hear. So whenever I see a fresh bunch in the store, I pick one. I make soup or add it to Adai or Ragi dosai. This can be … Continue reading Murungakeerai Ragi Roti

In(sta)spirations

Life gets monotonous and you stick with things that you are comfortable with and don’t really think of getting out of that zone. I was like that when it comes to cooking, but social media, especially Instagram has influenced the vegetables and groceries I buy these days and have helped to make the everyday meal … Continue reading In(sta)spirations

Ramadan Special – Semolina Cake

The Holy month of Ramadan started on May 28th. Living in Kuwait, the month of Ramadan is an experience by itself. People who believe in Islam, start their fast before the sunrise and break the fast after sunset. People even stop on the highway and do namaz without minding the extreme temperatures. Temporary tents are … Continue reading Ramadan Special – Semolina Cake

Keerai Masiyal (Mashed Greens)

Memories of the places where you grew up is mostly associated with the food that you grew up eating. Having grown up in a small town, I have had the luxury of eating the local produce. I consider it as a luxury because you get fresh, clean and a variety of greens and vegetables almost … Continue reading Keerai Masiyal (Mashed Greens)

Kambu (Pearl Millet) Dosai

One of my weekend protocols is to prepare and store the idly/dosa batter for rest of the next week. I'm sure it is the case with many of the working women and the dosa batter is a saviour when you are already battered at work!  But monotony is boring, hence I prepare the batter for … Continue reading Kambu (Pearl Millet) Dosai

Varagu Pongal (Kodo millet Pongal)

Once millets belonged only to villages and small towns that are agriculture based. But nowadays, millets are slowly becoming a part of daily diet even in the metropolitan cities. Thanks to the awareness on the nutrition value of millets ! To me, who hail from an agricultural town surrounded by small villages with farmlands millets … Continue reading Varagu Pongal (Kodo millet Pongal)