Anaarse Saga


Here is my journey from 2009 till 2016 with my chase for perfect, traditional anaarsa in my English Kitchen. The photographs are an evidence of my learning journey as a blogger! I hope you enjoy this wee excerpt from my diary! … More Anaarse Saga

Methi mania


Whatever is good for your soul… Do that! And we had a soul food Sunday with a spread predominantly made with fenugreek in two forms. Methi is seeds form for dal and leaves form for the vegetable side. … More Methi mania

Peanuts Mysore


This is a quick dessert prepared when short of ideas. Peanuts in the pantry play a quick respite to churn out the most delectable, fluffiest and crumbly sweet. This recipe is inspired from Kamalabai Ogale’s Ruchira.

Bataase: Sugar drops


When I checked for Bataase in the Asian stores….They were available packed in plastic containers. However on checking carefully, I noticed that more than half of Batase were crumbled in the container!! I dropped the idea of buying them. Instead decided to make them at home. Here they are slightly thin, but were good enough … More Bataase: Sugar drops

Tilgul, traditional sugar beads..challenging yet rewarding


It has been quite sometime since I published a post on the blog. Yes, work has been hectic as usual with a busy first term getting used to the new team and  of course the students. It is almost 8 years now since I am in this experiance. Everyone wakes up in the morning to get ready for their … More Tilgul, traditional sugar beads..challenging yet rewarding