Khorak: A Sindhi delicacy An ensemble of well measured clarified butter, wheat flour, almonds, cashews, walnuts, pistachios, sugar and a few traditional spices such as cilantro seeds, cardamom seeds etc cooked to a rich brown firm cake. A traditional sweet that has seen many childhoods nourish and many post partum women gain strength. It is … Continue reading Khorak: a nourishing sweet
Cup of cappuccino with oat milk and less froth! Lighter feeling! Energizing cup! International Coffee Day! 1st October 2022.
South Indian Filter Coffee: served in stainless steel glass/cup with a steel bowl and spoon. The aroma is unmatched! The taste is authentic! International Coffee Day 1st October 2022
Thadri is a festival celebrated by the Sindhi community world over. The festival is also called Vadi Sattain by some. Some other Hindu communities celebrate the festival on the same day by various other names such as Saatam. The festival is in reverence of the Goddess of cooling known as Sheetla Mata. The Sindhis prepare … Continue reading Thadri 2022
Grilled Garden Salad
Grilled Garden Salad A refreshing sweet taste of young carrots with a kick from the flowing tahini is an absolute delight to salad lovers. Ingredients: 10 baby carrots 10 baby courgettes Two handfuls Arugula leaves A handful of walnuts (roasted) Half Hass Avocado (sliced) 1/4th cup Feta cheese 2 teaspoon olive oil 3 Tablespoons Tahini … Continue reading Grilled Garden Salad
Jars of Pickles!
The ancestors of the kitchen shelf Converted to the new look ! In pleasing colors to woo the chef Pickles of sorts from grandma's book! Taking pride on Indian tables Tangy, sweet, spicy load of flavors! They found place in old time fables Young and old with meals find savors!
Going Green (12) Butternut
The Grounded Vegetable Lying carelessly on the soil The bulb of bulk doesn't spoil Neither a butter, nor a nut This grounded veggie is a butternut Full of nutrients and satiating It calms the nerves if palpitating Buttery rich texture for creamy soups Or make it a meal for family groups Sikiladi
Going Green : (11)Basil
The freshness of herbs The lively green energy Basil in some cuisIne is necessary Snap it, pull it and just throw in, Giving a flavour to pizza and pasta Preparing the pesto as sauce or spread It goes well with many a bread Sikiladi
Going Green (9) Water Apple
The crunchy munchy taste Apple with a watery haste Fleshy skin looks velvety This fruit is of low density Sikiladi
Creamy slurps of kesar kulfi A lavish throw of sweet vermicelli Sago bubbles and Rose syrup Mumbai’s falooda in the cup A dessert par excellence A cooling choice of preference Sikiladi