I just wrote a post about my favourite quick snack: paneer bhurji rolls. As a companion post, I thought it would make sense to write about how to make paneer at home. It’s actually very easy and absolutely worth it, given how amazing fresh paneer tastes! All you need is: 2 litres Whole Milk 1/4 to 1/2 cup Lime Juice Salt (optional) A cheese cloth … Continue reading How to Make Paneer
The one thing I hate about busy days is that one doesn’t get to sit down and properly enjoy one’s lunch. I hate rushed meals, you see. So on days when I am swamped, I just eat cookies or brownies for lunch and make up for it with two delicious dinners when I get home. I know, however, that this isn’t the healthiest way to … Continue reading Paneer Bhurji Roll: A Great Portable Snack!
I’ve started drinking fresh juices! If you’ve been reading other posts of mine, you know that I struggle with eating vegetables. I especially hate how crunchy they are. Which is why, if I ever eat them, I eat them very cooked. I have found, however, that I can “drink my vegetables”, even raw vegetables, without too much difficulty. A carrot, beet (beetroot), orange, and ginger concoction I … Continue reading Drink your Vegetables!!!: A Healthy Carrot Beet Juice Recipe
Dearest readers, I must begin by apologizing for my long absence. I’ve had a very busy summer indeed. But, I am back now, and I thought a great way to apologize would be to bake you all some delicious cupcakes. Yes, yes, I know that some people are saying that cupcakes are ‘dead’ now and all that, but really, that’s all stuff and nonsense. Like chocolate, … Continue reading Easy Chocolate Cupcakes (with Dark Chocolate Centers and Cream Cheese Frosting)
My protest against the weather continues, as I explore yet another summery treat at home this morning, pigheadedly refusing to acknowledge that it is cold and frigid outside. Given the huge windows and skylight in my apartment, it isn’t that difficult to pretend that it’s summer; all I have to do is imagine that it’s as warm and sunny outside as it is on my … Continue reading Mint-Limeade for a Summer Study Break
The wonderful weather we had over the Easter weekend had me excited about summer being around the corner. Then, as some of you know, the weather took a turn for the worse; it’s been rainy, grey and relatively unpleasant, on and off, since that weekend, and summer seems like a far away dream. This combined with the fact that I miss India, my parent’s home, … Continue reading Buttery, Fiery Fish Kebabs, Inspired by Hyderabad
The Toronto Islands are surprisingly beautiful, all things considered. I’ve been before, several years ago, but it was only on a recent trip there for the first time in years, that I realized how picturesque the islands are! Obviously, they’ve got nothing on any island in the Caribbean, but for a beach in a busy metropolitan centre, it’s pretty gorgeous. Far more peaceful than the … Continue reading An Island Paradise 5 Minutes from Downtown Toronto?