Pesto Baked Eggs

"I wish there was an option to patent recipes " says my husband when he tasted this dish. He said, "why don't they serve such dishes in restaurants, wow its soo good." These were the comments from my egg lover husband. I wasn't originally a great fan of eggs but he loves and needs his eggs... Continue Reading →

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Basil Pesto

Being a working woman in India, my mom always prepared some staples like tomato ketchup, ginger garlic paste, idli dosa batters etc every weekend to get through the work week. Likewise, I have developed a habit of making some staples over here in the US like hummus, pesto, almond butter etc that help us with our... Continue Reading →

Skillet Brownies

Ever since Ive transitioned from an IT job to the culinary world Ive always made the desserts for my family from scratch and never bought any since then.When I was doing my masters in Syracuse in 2008, I happened to take home a boxed package of brownie mix to India. I made my mom taste... Continue Reading →

French Vanilla Icecream

Having learnt the method of making ice cream at Culinary school I vowed to myself never to buy store bought ice cream from the grocery stores (of course I do visit gourmet ice-cream shops to keep myself updated of the industry trends).The taste of fresh home made ice cream beats every other store bought ice cream... Continue Reading →

Amaranth Tomato Curry

Amaranth leaves are also called Thotakura in Telugu and Chauli in Hindi.Although we find the red amaranthus in asian stores regularly, the green one is hard to come by and I absolutely relish these in the spring season when they are available in stores.I am a strong believer in seasonal eating which warrants adding more... Continue Reading →

Saag Jeera Aloo

Potatoes were like a banned item in our house while growing up.My dad was an extremely health conscious person and would only allow potato dishes on special occasions.That feeling somehow continued with me post marriage in that I don't cook potatoes that often except for special occasions at home, not for any reason but just... Continue Reading →

Avocado Toast

Me, My husband and my two dogs just got back from a lovely weekend getaway for our 5th wedding anniversary. It was a lovely, private, cozy vacation home down south in Malibu, CA.My dogs had so much fun running around the property without a leash, while me and my husband enjoyed the lovely views, star... Continue Reading →

Poached Eggs

In this method of cooking eggs we crack the eggs into a bowl and gently slide it into a pan of simmering water to delicately cook the egg whites and still maintain a runny yolk.Poached eggs can be used on eggs benedict, pasta, meats, noodles etc.Preparation time10 minutesServes2 EggsServing Size2 eggsCalories Per ServingApproximately 145 per... Continue Reading →

Over Easy Eggs

In this method of cooking eggs you crack the eggs in a pan and let cook until whites are set and flip until the other side is cooked keeping the yolk still runny.This style of eggs can be used to top off on other recipes like pasta,burritos, meats, burgers etc.Preparation time10 minutesServes1Serving Size1 eggCalories Per... Continue Reading →

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