Sweet Corn and Scallion Dumplings Recipe

Corn Scallion Dumpling Recipe 2

Dumplings, the Chinese kind that is, have to be the simplest thing to make. Very similar to an Indian karanji or Mexican empanada, they can be dished up steamed or fried. I personally love the steamed ones because I can eat them without any guilt. And I really do prefer them that way. What is… 

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Rice and Vegetable Croquettes Recipe

vegetable and rice croquette

I am calling these rice and vegetable croquettes to simplify the name, but they should actually be called ‘kitchen sink’ croquettes, or ‘clean out your fridge’ croquettes. You will be amazed at the different ingredients here. One thing is for sure! They are chock full of a variety of vegetables, high in fiber, not to… 

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Meatless Quesadillas – gooey punch


Quesadillas (kay-see-dee-yaa) are probably the most popular Mexican food. Kids or grown-ups, no one can really refuse one. I like the ones that ooze cheese from the sides, and are made with attention to detail so that there are no empty patches, no opportunity lost to stuff them with goodies and cheese. I must have… 

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Tofu Kebabs or Tofu Paneer Tikka – Pan grilled perfection

Tofu Kebab

Its been a long time since I have had time to blog about something. This recipe is something I make often and is a favorite but seems so commonplace to us that it does not feel like something you would blog about. I make this with tofu, but the same technique can be applied to… 

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SBDP or Sev Batata Dahi Puri – anytime delight!

Sev Puri Dahi Puri Chaat

Chaat is that Indian delight which can awaken your senses any time of the day, month or the year, whether its sweltering heat outside or a snowy blizzard. It has several taste elements such as hot, sour, sweet, salty and is probably an acquired taste. I remember eating bhel and pani puri even as a… 

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