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Choco-Strawberry French Toast

Its first day of the new year, I wish all my readers a very Happy New Year. And since we all are in last night party hangover (including me), I thought why not make a quick treat with a little twist and hence, Choco-Strawberry French Toast. We all know how to make french toast. But…

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Boondi Raita

For me lunch is not complete without a Curd. Since its a daily affair, I make sure it doesn’t get monotonous because curd certainly gives lot of nutrition. It not only meets your dairy needs but also works wonders for gut and digestion. So as I was saying that I bring lot of twists to curd to make…

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Amla Chutney (Gooseberry Chutney)

Yet another easy to make Chutney. Amla (Gooseberry) Chutney. I use Amla in many other forms in my diet as it is such a rich source of Vitamin C. Easily available and full of flavours. They very well relate to the saying- Big thing comes in small packages. So here I go with my Amla Chutney. Ingredients:…

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Baked Vegetables in Port Wine Sauce

When it come to eating light, the first option strikes my mind is Baked Vegetables because of following reasons: 1) Hassle free cooking 2) Super Healthy 3) Variety of flavours 4) Easy to experiment with. Well last reason because I always try to add one or the other twist to my Baked Vegetables and this time…

Visit To the City- Mumbai

The best part about being a naval wife is shifting. I get to explore new cities, new lives, new culture….in short with Time we Travel for all new Treats 🙂 So before I write about any other city, why not start with the one I stay at. Our first posting- Amchi Mumbai! A lot have been…

Kachri Chutney

Here I am again with my Rajasthani twist- Kachri Chutney. Kachri is a small form of wild cucumber, one of the very famous vegetable found in Rajasthan. It is so versatile that you can not only form chutney out of it, but dry it and use as a substitute of sour spice or make fresh…

Garlic Chutney (Lehsun Ki Chutney)

One of the all time favorite Rajasthani delicacies is Garlic Chutney. No matter if you have a side dish for roti (flat bread) or not, you should certainly have Garlic chutney on plate. Having said that, the top-charts on my Sunday to-do’s is making Garlic Chutney. There are many ways to make it, the most…