A delicious Andhra style prawn curry recipe + all my favourites for the month of September.
I have absolutely no idea about Burmese cuisine or Myanmar cuisine, as it is known today. So this recipe is a borrowed one from Chef Luke Nguyen, a celebrity chef I admire a lot, both for his recipes and his travel cooking shows. I watch a lot of travelogues especially if it revolves around food. [...]
Why not one last recipe before 2016 arrives, especially when we love seafood so much! Prawns are indispensable for our summer parties, and one of our most favourite foods to throw on the barbie. But today we are having crunchy, crumbed prawns with a difference. Bye to breadcrumbs and welcome to desiccated coconut to crumb [...]
Only for a South Indian can ‘gunpowder’ mean something delicious! Gunpowder is a fiery spice blend that often graces the breakfast tables of many South Indian regions. It is usually mixed with ghee/clarified butter or sometimes just vegetable oil and used as a condiment to dosas and idlis (both breakfast staples of the region). Now [...]
The past week started off hectic, but very exciting. A new project came into fruition (spoiler alert!); of course you would soon get to hear about it. And this meant a lot of planning, cooking and shooting amidst other writing assignments. But I loved this hectic pace; I was in my best creative space which [...]
I have made some amazing friendships and relationships over the years but none has been as profound an experience as getting to know Seems Nair. We are good friends ‘virtually’ sharing our passion and love for food and I definitely look forward to a future where both of us can sit down over a cuppa [...]