Somehow, having meals in a bowl is more comforting and tasteful for me or maybe I’m just plain lazy, haha! I think that’s why noodles is always on the top of my favorite foods list. If I come across an authentic Southeast Asian store, I make sure to surf around and pick up something with familiar yet new flavors. Even though it’s quite difficult to find authentic sauces without fish sauce, anchovies, etc. I do manage to get my hands on a sauce or two to satisfy my taste buds. 😀Continue reading “Rice Vermicelli Tossed in Fresh Veggies and Chili Bean Sauce | Full Meal”
This recipe here is super quick and easy to prepare. Perfect for a lazy day, when you’re not in the mood to do much prep for your mid-day meal or supper. Pasta is that one ingredient that always saves you from all the labor you would have to go through otherwise. In addition to this, when you’re looking for a tangy flavor and maybe think preparing the sauce will consume more time, I feel baked beans are a perfect substitute for that.Continue reading “Quick Pasta With Baked Beans And Cheese”
There’s nothing better than a good bowl of noodles. It’s both comforting and wholesome, especially during winters; making it a great binge food. It’s definite that I’m going to have an itch to prepare noodle bowls more frequently than usual. So let’s get cooking one noodle at at a time. 🙂
Pad Thai is a stir-fried rice noodle dish prepared with tamarind sauce being the main ingredient and balanced out with palm sugar, hence making it a mildly flavored dish.Continue reading “Pad Thai | Vegetarian | Full Meal”
Digging into burgers is always a messy affair and why shouldn’t it be? I don’t think it would be a fun meal without the mess. 😀 You have to indulge yourself in the whole experience to really enjoy the goodness. No wonder, it’s most people’s favorite food because of the very same reason, especially with kids.
A burger is only good if all the elements in it are bursting with flavor. The ingredients should be fresh and of good quality. The patty I’ve made here contains a good amount of soya granules (I’ve used the brand Nutrela), and I’ve paired it with carrots and onions. Feel free to swap or add in more veggies to your liking. You can even add green peas, corn, broccoli, etc.Continue reading “Soya Burger With Chilli Garlic Hung-Curd Dip At Home | Full Meal”
Think of noodles and you instantly associate it with comfort, right? Well, at least a food lover will definitely agree with me. 😀
Best part about a stir-fry noodle recipe is that it doesn’t require any fixed ingredients. You’re free to use any fresh vegetables sitting in your fridge or of course whatever your taste buds are calling out for. Same can be done with my recipe below. Adjust the quantities as per your liking and create your own version of this versatile dish.Continue reading “Vegetable Stir-Fry Noodles in Hoisin Sauce”
The best part about homemade pita pockets is that all the ingredients can easily be found in an Indian kitchen. Hence, one doesn’t have to make the effort to go out and gather any special items for the recipe. It’s also a good change from your regular curries and chapati. Even though it takes a little time for the preparation, but the end result will definitely leave you satisfied.
I’ve tried to break down the process in an easy way for you all, especially for first timers, as a lengthy recipe can get overwhelming sometimes.Continue reading “Pita Pockets with Homemade Pita Bread – (No Oven, No Yeast)”
We’re all in a situation where ordering from restaurants is not a norm anymore or at least until we’re able to flatten the curve in terms of COVID-19 cases. The only way to satiate your food cravings is to head to the kitchen and put on the chef’s hat.
That’s how my flatmates and I took it upon ourselves to plate up a fancy looking dish and I think we did a pretty good job. I must say even though staying in lockdown for more than two months now is definitely not a pleasant feeling, but on the flip side, it has helped us build memories we’d want to cherish for life.
So, let’s not wait and scroll down to see how easy it is to whip up a delicious meal.Continue reading “Stir-fried Vegetables with Buttered Rice & Black Pepper Sauce”
There are several ingredients you can add to your noodles. It all depends on the taste that you are looking for at that point of time. For now, chili lemon sauce sounded good in my head, so I thought of giving it a try. It turned out great. The recipe was flavorsome and nutritious too because of all the vegetables I added to my noodles. Although, this time I used store-bought red chili sauce, you can also make chili sauce at home. Here is the link to one of my chili sauce recipes – Cayenne Pepper Garlic Chutney. Lemon juice gives the recipe a fresh taste in place of adding vinegar.
Once again I would say the same thing I do for mostly all my recipes – feel free to add your favorite vegetables and you will definitely end up creating a new recipe which you’ll be proud of. 🙂Continue reading “Vegetable Hakka Noodles in Chili Lemon Sauce”