Malaysian Nasi Lemak Recipe| How To Make Vegetarian Nasi Lemak

Do you guys like Nasi Lemak? I sure do!

Malaysian Nasi Lemak is a riot of flavours. Creamy, coconut-ty rice that is fragrant with pandan and lemongrass, served with various delicious accompaniments – what’s to not love?

It is quite easy to prepare restaurant-style Nasi Lemak at home, too. I present to you today a vegetarian recipe for the same. Do try this out, and share your feedback.

Check out the recipe, just in on my  other blog!

Niramish Aloor Dum|Bengali Dum Aloo Recipe

Aloor Dum is perhaps one of the best-known foods from the Bengali cuisine, apart from the gorgeous sweets of course. The special way the Bengalis have of cooking potatoes – spicy, with a sweetish tinge to them – has bowled over many, including me.

Today, I present to you the recipe for Niramish Aloor Dum (literally ‘no-meat dum aloo‘ in Bengali), in other words an entirely vegetarian sabzi. Since this dish is typically prepared for Pujo and other religious occasions, it is made vegetarian, without the use of even onion or garlic.

This is my take on the Niramish Aloor Dum, a pressure-cooker version that gets cooked in a jiffy but tastes every bit as scrumptious as the traditional version.

Check out the recipe, just in on my photo blog!