This recipe is for the people who want to indulge and enjoy the life. This particular dish is called in different names like Kili Parotta, Ilai Parotta, Manchatti Parotta etc., We also came with a crazy name for this dish as “Pothacha Parotta” which means “the buried Parotta”. But, what makes this unique is the […]Read More The Famous Dum Parotta
In our definition, exotic is something which is not native or very regional or very rare to get or very seasonal. So, some of you might think that some of the fruits listed here are not really exotic. Let us go with our list now as we are done with our disclaimer. Peanut Butter Fruit […]Read More Exotic Fruits that we have tasted so far…
Inter-racial marriages are good for food as much as for people. Sometimes it gives birth to a unique mix of flavours from different cultures. Khow Suey (Also spelled as Khao Suey) is one of our most favourite Burmese food. To put simply, it is nothing but boiled rice noodles dipped in coconut milk stew served […]Read More Marriage of Burmese, Thai and Kerala Cuisines
Chicken is something which can be cooked in many ways. It can be deep fried, shallow-fried, grilled, slow-cooked, smoked or even burnt. But, one may not have all the equipments at home ready for cooking chicken in different modes. Here, we are going to explore an option which imitates another way of cooking. The idea […]Read More Making Tandoori-equivalent Chicken at home
As the title suggests, it is obviously the third story of this blog series about our food trip to Kerala. You may read previous stories here – Part1 and Part2. Our first homestay in Kochi was riverside and our second homestay was with lake-view. So, obviously our third homestay was with beach-view. We travelled to […]Read More Eatploration in Kerala – Part 3
This is continuation from our previous blog post. Contrary to our earlier post, we would like to cover travel and experience more in this blog post when compared to talking about foods. Kerala has almost all sorts of experiences ranging from beaches, backwaters (boating), rivers, falls, mountains etc., We covered rivers, backwaters and beaches in […]Read More Eatploration in Kerala – Part 2
Kerala is one of the southern states of India covered by ocean on the west and beautiful mountain ranges on the east. That way, Kerala is home to wonderful seafood as it has plenty of fishes, prawns and crabs in its coastal region and all sorts of spices in its mountainous regions. And, they have […]Read More Eatploration in Kerala – Part 1
Comfort foods are the food items on which people have high nostalgic or sentimental values while they are mostly high in carbohydrate level. To quote some examples, Idlies, Dosas, Rotis, Steamed white rice are some of the pan-Indian comfort foods. Every family in India consume leastways one of the above at least once a day […]Read More Indian comfort foods in zero carbs!
Do you know what is worse than an Indian summer? The answer is “Indian summer at its peak”. Though we see summer as a displeasure, nature grants us with many fruit seasons only during this time. Tender coconuts, Ice Apples, Mangoes and Water Melons start to decorate road-side shops during this season. Though they are […]Read More Summer Recipes
One fine day, we decided to put up our first ever food stall in a colourful Holi celebration event in our apartment. It was fun planning for the menu and coming up with pricing for them. We had several late night discussions and each of them helped us fine-tune our whole plan. We broadly devised […]Read More Thrilling story of our first food stall!
Sometimes we won’t understand the power of simple things in life. Idli is one such thing. If you haven’t heard of the name – Idli – ever, let me take the honour to introduce it to you. In a nutshell, Idlies are steamed soft ellipsoid balls made with fermented batter of soaked rice and urad […]Read More World Idli Day
Inspirations are everywhere. Especially when it comes to food, we often get inspired from other recipes. We try to take ideas from a foreign recipe and try to localize it or we take two or more different recipes and try to blend them into one special recipe. Many times such experiments lead to disaster output. […]Read More Koppara Kathirikkai – A successful experiment!