Dubki Wale Aloo

Spicy potato curry made with potatoes and nothing much really! Dubki Wale Aloo are best served with khasta kachori or with Indian breads like paratha and poori!

This weekend was pretty interesting. If you follow me on twitter and Instagram then you might be aware that I attended my first ever food blogger conference this weekend in Salt Lake City! It was quite an experience to say the least. There were hundreds of bloggers from all around the country, lots of great speakers and tons of food. It was great to meet people who share the same passion as you. Also, it was so great to finally put a face to some of my bloggers friends. I have followed a...

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Rajasthani Dal Bati

Dal Bati -a traditional dish from the state of Rajasthan in India. Hard wheat balls are baked and then eaten a spicy mix of lentils. It’s topped with lots of ghee which makes it extremely flavorful.

India has a very rich culture, that is of course well known all over the world. However I think how rich and diverse our food is not really known. Indian food in the west is synonyms with curry and naan. And that actually is just a fraction of our food. Each state in India has it’s own cuisine, which is totally different from one another. It’s so different that growing up in North, I would have hardly even eaten...

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Beetroot Kofta Curry

Want to eat something different for dinner? Then try this Beetroot Kofta Curry! Vegetarian beetroot dumplings served on top of a creamy tomato curry. Great with naan or rice!

How much is too much when it comes to kitchen utensils, appliances and gadgets? I guess this is a difficult question to answer especially when you are a food blogger. If you are a food blogger, then probably it’s never too much. I can’t even begin to list all that I have from pots to juicers to blenders to food processors to waffle makers and the list goes on. And don’t even get me started on the baking stuff, just don’t! To give you an idea, I have...

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