Mint & Coriander Dip

Continuing with my hung curd spree, today I am posting a quick mint and coriander dip with hung curd. We celebrated my daughter’s birthday over the weekend which is the reason I was left with some mint & coriander chutney as also a whole load of chips that feature in the photos. So I just…

Mint & Olive Bread

Like I said in my previous post, only when you have an ingredient in excess with a limited shelf life, you realize there are so many dishes that can be made with it. My next discovery with mint was the mint flavoured bread with olives in it. It is surely a must try for all…

Mint Rice

Remember I was telling you about the new vegetable vendor in our complex who was giving out free tomatoes? Seems like too many people cast their evil jealous eye on me and hence that vendor has stopped coming. Boo hoo. Serves me right for shouting out ‘free tomatoes’ from the rooftops. Anyway, the last time…

Mint Pakoda

There is a nice cool breeze blowing now in Bangalore and it sometimes results in a mild fog in the morning. When you step out of the house you rub your hands together for the little warmth that it gives you. You want all meals to be piping hot and you know you shouldn’t leave…

Pudina Shorba

Mint or Pudina is a flavour I like to add to whatever dishes I can. Mint, be it fresh or dried, has a strong flavour and makes its presence felt beautifully even when added in small quantities. My go-to recipes for a fresh bunch of mint leaves is either mint rice or raita. So an almost…

Pea & Mint Soup

I have missed my peas terribly. Fresh peas were never available in Malaysia and I have a grudge against frozen ones. Don’t ask me why. It is a grudge, it is not supposed to be based on cold logic and reasonable arguments. Since they are my favorite and I could not have them for the…