Bhajiya Pav

As someone who was living in Mumbai for most of her life, I am going to commit blasphemy by uttering the next few words – I am not a big fan of the Vada Pav. Let the lynching begin. Somehow, all my life I tried to like it because duh! But I simply could not…

Banana Flittas

One advice I would like to give people who are yet to be married is that to look for someone with similar taste in food. A surprisingly lot of time and effort in your life is with regard to food – buying, making, eating. If you don’t agree on that, it is not going to…

Rava Kunuku / Semolina Fritters #MonsoonMojo

   I live in a weird location. Suddenly it’s hot beyond measure and suddenly it starts to pour. One minute you want a lemonade and the next moment you are craving for a piping hot masala chai. So if we want to enjoy the rain (we really want to ) then we need a quick…

Blogging Marathon – Tokneneng

  Today is the final day of this week’s Blogging Marathon on Fritters! My recipe for today is perfect for for days when one is too lazy to make an elaborate snack. It is the recipe for a street food from Philippines called Tokneneng which is frying hard boiled chicken eggs in a fiery orange batter….

Blogging Marathon-Perkedel Ketang

Today is Day 2 of the 3 day Blogging Marathon on Fritters. My recipe for the day is for Perkedel Ketang which is a potato based fritter from Indonesia. It is yummy, easy and actually does not need too much oil. And as I write this, my two year old has already finished one and…

Blogging Marathon – Apple Fritters

Before you frown, let me tell you that I am one of you. I am also not in favor of cooking fruits in any way and believe that they taste best when eaten raw. Well, I don’t  even peel fruits if I can help it.But (of course there is a but) some recipes go beyond…