Love Rajma Masala?
Here’s presenting my simple pressure cooker version of Rajma Masala, tried and tested to yield a super flavourful dish every time you make it. Once you have the rajma soaked and ready, executing this recipe is a breeze.
I use minimal spices in my Rajma Masala and absolutely no cream, but the pressure cooking ensures that it still turns out creamy and delicious. Pair it with steamed rice, jeera rice, pooris, rotis or parathas – this is a pleasure to eat any which way!
Check out the recipe, just in on my other blog.
Toddlerhood – the time when a child is between 1 and 3 years of age – is a precious phase. This is the time when kids are at their most notorious, driving their parents up the wall every so often – yet, this is when they are at their most vulnerable and adorable best. This is also when the time when they are exploring the world around them, food included. They are slowly learning to navigate the world, understand what they like and what they don’t and, as parents, it is our duty to help them do just that. In terms of food, toddlers should be exposed to a variety of finger foods – stuff they can easily hold in their little hands and eat on their own. This has a number of benefits, from improvement in gross and fine motor co-ordination and sensory integration to improved bonding with the parents and a deeper sense of ‘home’.
This week, the theme at Foodie Monday Blog Hop is just that – #ToddlerFingerFoods. For this theme, which is super close to my heart, I decided to prepare one of the bub’s favourite toddler snacks – pretty Cocktail Idli Flowers or naturally coloured mini idlis arranged into flowers.
Check out the recipe, just in on my photo blog!
Eid is just around the corner! Here’s wishing good times to all those who are celebrating! 🙂
Today, I present to you a recipe for Bread Rolls or Bread & Mixed Vegetable Cutlets that you can make for Iftaar, the routine breaking of the fast during Ramzaan. You can also make these on the occasion of Eid, a hearty and nutritious vegetarian snack, a snack that I have happy memories of.
Check out the recipe, just in on my photo blog! 🙂