Monthly Archive: September 2014

Sabudana Kheer 0

Sabudana Kheer

Sabudana kheer The blogosphere has been sweetened to a great extent by posts on kheer, mainly the ones made with sago.:) I couldn’t resist the temptation as kheer is a dish that I love...

A Marvel of A Bread! 0

A Marvel of A Bread!

There are some food images that haunt you till the food spirits coax you to not waste precious days or weeks in replicating it. Or in trying to replicate it. This happened to me...

Potato, Salami & Bamboo shoot Soup 0

Potato, Salami & Bamboo shoot Soup

Cooking is more fun when you add your own twist to it. Like today. With the rain that showed no signs of stopping, I thought a filling soup would be just right. I had...

Chocolate Mousse 0

Chocolate Mousse

Today’s recipe was chosen from a tiny book titled “Everyday Chocolate”. The recipe isn’t everyday for me as mousse is something I don’t make often. Rose water was included in the recipe but I...

Khlimbra Hon/A Dish Made Of Basil Leaves& Fermented Fish 0

Khlimbra Hon/A Dish Made Of Basil Leaves& Fermented Fish

Khlimbra hon Every culture has a broth of some sort that they have with bread or with rice. For us, Dimasas, the basic broth is made with fermented fish, alkali, chillies and salt. The...

Banana Chocolate Tarts 0

Banana Chocolate Tarts

These tarts were inspired by a show on Food Safari about Mauritian cuisine. The first time I saw that particular show, the thought of using banana didn’t really inspire me. Since bananas are available...

Tomato Soup 0

Tomato Soup

I made an easy peasy tomato soup the other day. Tomatoes tend to get used more in sweet and sour chutneys than in soups. And to team it up with, I baked a dozen...

Chicken & Potato Pies 0

Chicken & Potato Pies

Chicken & potato pies One of the most heart-warming snacks that I’ll never tire of are these mini pies. Filled with the goodness of chicken and potatoes, seasoned with touch of salt, pepper and...

Corn (Manglai Maiju) & Chicken Soup 0

Corn (Manglai Maiju) & Chicken Soup

I have a weakness for this delicious multi-coloured corn that grows abundantly in my home district of Dima Hasao. These are available till the end of summer and we love them best either boiled...

Spiced-up Bread Pudding 0

Spiced-up Bread Pudding

If you love a hint of cardamom and saffron in your desserts, you’ll love this bread pudding. I usually make the regular bread pudding but the other day I spiced it up. The idea...