Do you have a fondness or cravings for sweets!! Here is exactly what you need to try my new discovery in Kaamchor Style!
I have a sweet tooth and unfortunately cravings do not have a fixed time. One day I really got horrible craving to eat something that is really chocolatey, juicy and appetizing to satisfy my sweet tooth wish. And that’s when Chocolate Rabri Toast was discovered in my kaamchor rasoi as a quick solution. Continue reading Indulgence was never such a discovery!
Green chillies – 2
Red chillies – 2
Sambhar Powder – 1 Tablespoon
Turmeric powder – 1 Teaspoon
Curry leaves – 7-8 Leaves
Orange peel – Cut into small pieces for easy eating
Tamarind extract – 2 Tablespoon
Jaggery – A tiny chunk
Continue reading Orange Peel Kozhambhu
Hello, I’m Reesha , I’m a 4th grader @ Classicalprep charter school. I love cooking. Recently I won 1 st price in kids cooking competition. I like to share my recipe with you.
The urge to create something tangible is deeply human. A connection with tradition, an art which has been handed over decades, centuries or even longer. Food plays a significant role in a person’s life and some of the recipes have been secrets handed down only in the family. Many of the dishes we make today have been handed to us by our ancestors. Most of them carry the history that makes us proud of them
Continue reading Handcrafted Seviyan – A Piece Of Hyderabadi History
Rajasthan is known for its dessert, castles and palaces but at the same time its food is also awe inspiring.
Scarcity of water or fresh water is not a challenge for the Rajasthani people. I should rather say food is a fine art form in Rajasthan. Best part is that most of the Rajasthani food is whole grain based which makes it very healthy.
Continue reading Rustic Exotic Rajasthani Food
Mazhar quietly sits behind his desk as crowds drift in to his shop, some to have a taste of the famed Jauzi ka Halwa and other for a takeaway back home for some of the best sweets being made at his shop. The shop, a 100 year old history to it looks old and run down and is bang in the middle of the Nampally Traffic Street in Hyderabad.
Continue reading Jauzi Ka Halwa
Bura Na Mano Holi Hai! Holi is a festival which is celebrated by almost everyone in India with much enthusiasm. A true Holi celebration time and again starts in the wee hours of the morning when kids and adults alike spend hours filling water balloons in preparation of the day ahead. Then come the drums of coloured water…pichkaris and of course the Gulaal!
Continue reading Kaamchor Ki Rasois Se…Special Holi Menu!
Gujarati food is considered to be very oily while truth is just opposite. Gujarat has perhaps the biggest kitty of steamed, baked and boiled food.
And most of these snacks are complete food by themselves. Not only are they made with lots of fresh vegetables but they have a perfect balance of protein and carbohydrates.
Continue reading Gujrati Food,Beyond Fafda and Thepla
Puffed rice is widely used in India as a tea time snack and is very light and healthy. I love puffed rice or laiya or murmure as it is known in different parts in India and can be seen snacking on it at all times but one of the best ways that I like eating puffed rice is in the form of poha with lots of tomatoes, onions and spices!
Continue reading Healthy Puffed Rice Poha ~ Tasty and ideal dish for weight watchers!