Stuffed Bread Roll

This recipe is most useful when you leftover dry cooked veggies. You can use anything to stuff inside or just use plain cheese. Here I used Cooked Capsicum and Potatoes. Ingredients 2 Slice of Bread 1 Egg Cheese 1 Cup Cooked Potato Capsicum Veggies (Anything to stuff Bread with) Salt to taste Butter/Oil Preparation Cut…

Potato Stuffed Capsicum

Whenever I feel Home Sick in Bangkok, I go to my Thai-Indian friends. One of these trips I went to Pattaya to a friend’s Home. His Mom cooked most amazing Stuffed Capsicum. I could not get the taste out of my mind for weeks. Finally, I tried to make it myself. To be frank, it…

Baingan Bharta aka Mashed Eggplant

Baingan Da Bharta or Indian Mashed Eggplant Recipe, this is one of my favorite dishes. Mom always made sure that she cooks this whenever I went back home for Holidays. She still does when I go home from Bangkok. One main problem faced cooking this in an apartment is that I cannot grill it on…

Allu Mattar (Potato Green Peas) Curry

Mattar (Green Peas) generally does not do well at our Home. Many in my family just move it to the side of the plate. I like it. I have shared Recipe for white Chick Peas and Black Chick Peas, Now is the time for Green Peas. Here is my Recipe for Green Peas. Ingredients 1…

Makki Di Roti aka Corn Roti

A few Days back I shared Sarso Da Saag Recipe, now let me complete the meal by giving you the recipe for Makki Di Roti. No Saag Recipe is complete without Makki Di Roti. Ingredients 1 1/2 Cup of Makki Flour 1/2 Cup of Wheat Flour Coriander Leaf 2 Finely Chopped Chilies Dried Methi Ajwain…

Plain Kulcha

Ever since I had Kulchas in Amritsar during trip to Harmandir Sahib ( Golden Temple) I wanted to know and make Kulchas myself. This did not happen until this Sunday. So here is the recipe I followed. Ingredients Dough : 2 Cups of Wheat Flour 1 Cup All-Purpose Flour 1 and 1/2 Cup of Milk…

Sarso Da Saag

If there was one Dish that every Punjabi Home look forward to in winters is Sarso Da Saag with Makki De Roti. If I could give it a english name it would be “Mashed Mustard/Spinach with Spices”. Does not sound good but it is the best thing to have in Winters. Here in Bangkok, I…

Dal Chutney

I have lived most of my life in South India, and grown to love Dosa! So when I moved to Bangkok for work, I could cook Sambar, Dal Tadka, and Chicken Curries but I missed Chutney. One key ingredient which I need was dry Coconut which I could not find easily at nearby Super Market….

Kulche on Tawa

Let’s make Kulche, a very popular Indian Bread which is eaten with Chole or boiled Yellow Matar. This recipe is pretty simple and is made on a tawa and the best part is you don’t need of a tandoor to make these. Ingredients: Warm water – ยฝ cup Sugar – 2 tsp Yeast – 2…

Chole (Chickpea) Masala

Trying to be more regular at Blogging, So I will put up the Recipes of Curries and Masala, I make at my Apartment here in Bangkok. I made Chole this week, so here isย  the recipe. Chole Masala Prerequisite: Soak Chickpea in water overnight. If this step is done, it will help you cook Chickpea…