“Have the tickets come out yet?”, is the question I’ve asked for every month that I’ve found out about Table 13. What is Table 13, you ask? Well it’s a pop up dinner that is hosted by chef Pablo Naranjo Agular, from Le15 café. Each dinner is theme based and hosted for around 10 people,… Continue reading A seat at Table 13
My last trip to Goa was filled with exploring new beaches and eating good food. And one thing I will take back from my trip is the croquettes we ate at the tiny bakeries across the city. Fresh and hot, they’re made with either beef, chicken or fish. We parcelled a couple in a brown… Continue reading Oh Goa, I miss your beef croquettes!
My mum makes this for us at home on a Friday night. Fresh Mackerel, Methi (also known as Fenugreek) leaves and a whole bunch of spices. Super super healthy and delicious! This is all that needs to be said. Recipe: – Mackerel 1kg -Methi leaves 1-2 bundles depending on size of the bundle -Onions 3… Continue reading Mama’s Methi Mackerel 🐟
It’s Monday, its raining here in Bombay and oh, did I mention it’s Monday? I always need a big push or treat on a Monday to make it brighter. And it’s usually in the form of some nice comfort food. And when I say the words “treat” or “comfort food”, it doesn’t necessarily mean that… Continue reading Meatloaf Monday
I’m all for cornflakes, yogurt and honey as a breakfast option but I’m also for a spicy cornflakes mixture to accompany my evening chai. This is an easily available snack found in most local grocery stores in India but it’s an even easier snack to make yourself. I’m often reminded of my grandmum sitting by… Continue reading Spicy Cornflakes Chivda 🌽
Beef kheema! 🥘 Spicy, packed with protein and an equal amount of vegetables and just yum! Ive added videos with the steps to cook this dish, with the ingredients mentioned below: • 1/2 kg lean beef mince • Chopped vegetables of your choice- I used mushrooms and cauliflower because I love them 😋 (also, the… Continue reading Beef Kheema 🥘 always a good idea
Chaat: a savoury snack served from food stalls in India. Chaat contains a little bit of everything, fresh vegetables, sweet, spicy & tangy sauces, fresh yogurt and a whole lotta crunch! The monsoons have struck with full effect and so I decided to stay in and make this chaat with a couple of basic ingredients.… Continue reading Homemade snacks: Chaat