L5:”Greens mean sarson ka saag”

This recipe has not only been requested by a close friend but is strongly inspired by a documentary series I have fallen in love with. It goes by the name “Raja, Rasoi Aur Anya Kahaniyaan” which translates to kings, kitchens and untold stories. Throughout the series, they explore different cuisines over regions in India, one…

L3: “Aloo means potato”

  Aloo’s are a really versatile vegetable and this recipe is a testament to that. Aloo Tikki roughly translates to a small parcel of potato, in this case, it’s a deliciously soft and lightly spiced hug to cure winter blues. While this recipe sticks to a more original approach of frying the tikkis, you can opt…

L2:”Chaat masala is gold dust”

Fresh, tangy and fun, that is the essence of chaat. Although it’s known as a roadside snack in Pakistan and India, it was served as more of an after school treat for me and my siblings. Making it myself, I found that most of the work is in the preparation of the ingredients and then…

L1:”That’s some nice rice.”

  White rice is the foundation of so many dishes. One of my mother’s first lessons was that when treated properly rice can really elevate your entire meal. At this point, you must be thinking that the cooking process is just boiling rice in water right? Wrong. The special ingredient is butter. Not only does…