Winter is in its last leg which means red chilli peppers are soon going to go out of season. This led me to buy them in bulk and look for ways to preserve them. Having made chili garlic chutney a couple of times, I wanted to try something new and found this really easy way to preserve red chillies on It’s Not Complicated. The method is mentioned in detail with clear instructions and explaining the use of each ingredient. I liked it so much that I ended up making two big jars of it. 😀Continue reading “Toasted Mushrooms, Preserved Red Chilies and Cheese Sliders”
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”
This salad that I’ve made here can be considered as a whole meal as it’s packed with the goodness of greens like spinach and broccoli, protein-rich soya granules and honey mustard dressing prepared with my fresh Homemade Mustard Sauce.
Switch veggies as per your liking. My main aim here is to use everyday ingredients in different ways than they’re generally used.
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My earliest memory of having roasted corn on the cob/bhutta is on the street side; mostly during my travels, while coming back home from my boarding school in the hills. The weather would be chilly and I’d see the vendor roasting fresh corncobs over coal, airing it out to give it a perfectly charred flavor and rubbing the corn with lemon, salt and chili.
Best part is that it can easily be done at home in maximum 10 minutes with hardly any preparation required. It makes up for a great evening snack. Enjoy the rains while nibbling on to your hot and juicy bhutta/challi.Continue reading “Roasted Corn on the Cob | Street Style Bhutta”