monetizing food blog

Hey this is DK here. One of the questions that we, very frequently get asked is, "How much money are you making from your blog"? I am sure this is a question you too would have if you are thinking of starting a food blog or, if you are already running one for some time… Read More

musk melon lassi

A hot summer morning, you are back from a sweating jogging session and if you are served with a cool musk melon Smoothie. How would you feel? If it was me, I would feel out of the world. The aromatic, refreshingly rich flavor of muskmelon along with curd is a combination like none other. The… Read More

Eggless Tutti Frutti Cookies

A few weeks back, my husband had to go to Hyderabad on a business trip. This was his first trip ever to the IT city and amongst all the things that we knew about the city, Karachi biscuits was one that kept all of us a little amazed. Why? Because Karachi had nothing to do… Read More

Mishti Doi

Do you have a sweet tooth? Then I am sure you are going to like this one just as me. Mishti Doi, as it is called in Bengali is a sweeter version of the Curd that you normally eat. Mishti Doi means, sweet curd. And as you would already have guessed, it is made of… Read More

sweet jalebi

Jalebi – If you are in India and you have not had Jalebi, then you have missed one of the favorite delicacy in here. Jalebi, which is often quoted because of its twisted shape, in examples when you want to tell somebody that he is a crooked fellow is not anything near to this reputation… Read More

watermelon juice

Nothing is as refreshing as water melon, in the scorching heat in summers. The fruit is a big green ball of sweet pink water but with a lot of benefits. It is a rich source of Vitamin A (an antioxidant), Vitamin B which is acts a strong energy booster, Vitamin-C which helps in building immunity… Read More

mathanga thoran

Matanga is a South Indian name for Pumpkin. And any vegetable that is stir fried along with grated coconut is called “Thoran” in Kerala. So that makes “Matanga Thoran” more or, less a Keralite dish. Thoran is an authentic traditional side dish normally served along with Steamed rice. Since this dish that we are talking… Read More

bael ka sharbat

During the last 25 odd days that I spent at my hometown, one thing that I had the most was bael ka sharbat. The bel fruit is also called as wood apple or, elephant apple. Funny names, I know. Why it is called so? The answer is simple. Bel fruit had a very hard and… Read More

mother's day

First of all, let me wish all my readers a very happy Mother's day. It is always a great feeling to be with your mom and at the moment, I am experiencing it. It's been almost an year and half that I got a chance to visit my hometown and spend some time with my… Read More

Idiyappam

Who says noodles is not Indian? Or, it could have been inspired by some Chinese traveler who had traveled to India long ago. If you are wondering, what is it that I am talking about, then let me clear the air and tell you about today’s recipe. It is called Noolappam (“Nool” means “thread” in… Read More