This is the simplest recipe I found on youtube. It is so easy; no chopping and no time consuming prepping! It is also great for people who suffer from Crohn's. It is one of the few indian recipes that do not include onion and tomatoes. I recently came across a friend who has Crohn's disease.… Continue reading Bhuna Chicken
There are so many ways you can cook a chicken curry that every time I think about making it I need at least ten minutes to decide which one I would like to make today. Every region (not just state, region) of India has its own significant style of cooking chicken curry, having lived in India for… Continue reading Chicken Curry – My Style!
I often thought there must be something wrong with me for being drawn to people who wanted to share their pain. Because I really enjoyed their company. I thought, what is wrong with me? Can it be true that I take pleasure in people's pain? But when I thought more about it. I realised it… Continue reading Honestly Speaking
I find it a strange irony that most living beings have a tendency to plan, when no one really knows what is going to happen next. We all plan something for the future; it could be for the coming evening, next hour, day, month, year and so on. Even animals plan for the future. Whether it… Continue reading Planning Uncertainties
A friend invited me for lunch once and she served a vegetable dish (sabji) like I had never had before. It was mixed vegetables including pasta. The taste of very well cooked pasta in vegetables tasted amazing as all the flavours were completely infused into the pasta. So one day as I was running out… Continue reading Spaghetti Bake
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I am going to keep this short and simple. Let me start by saying that I am just another person...trying. And in this journey of trying, I am enjoying all the adventures that come by. There is nothing more I love than an honest conversation. I love to listen to people share their experiences from all walks… Continue reading About me