Almond And Coconut Pudding

Pretty as a picture isn’t it? And a breeze to make too. The simpler a dish, the more I am drawn to it. This is the kind of dessert that you can whip up in no time for sudden visitors. Use some fancy ramkins or molds to make this humble pudding look elegant and attractive. A creamy dreamy dessert that is ready in a jiffy. Notes-

Bengali Alur Dum By Donna George

Morphy and Me’s first guest post by my bestie Donna George. Donna is my ‘go-to’ person for everything under the sun and the reason behind why I finally started my very own food blog. So this one is really really special. Here’s a recipe you will surely enjoy. Donna hails from God’s own country, Kerala and currently lives in Bangalore with her husband and little daughter. Post marriage she realized her true passion lied in cooking and hence began blogging and discussing food at every given opportunity. Her major inspiration to start off the blog was her dear husband who…

Aalu Methi / Potato and Fenugreek Greens Stir Fry

Bangalore feels like heaven and I am loving the cold wet weather, which is much welcome after the really hot summer we had. The only complaint Hubby dearest has is the idea of going grocery shopping on a cold Saturday morning. I agree, the idea of getting out of the cozy warm bed and walking on muddy puddles of water isn’t exactly appealing. There are certain things ‘Google baba’ is definitely sought for. So I looked up Vegetables Online India and loads of options popped up , like Big Basket. Of course I had heard of them. They seem to…

Palak Paneer

A yummy combi of fresh green leafy spinach and soft cottage cheese , this is my all time favourite paneer dish. The basic recipe is from Tarla Dalal’s – book of paneer recipes. I have made a few changes to simplify the process. I think the only hard work required in this recipe is washing and cleani

Crispy Arbi / Colocasia

The first time i had this dish was in Nandu mama and Kala aunty’s place. A lovely south Indian fare with steaming hot rice , aunty’s famous lemon rasam and crispy fried colocasia. There is no other way i enjoy this vegetable. The best part about this recipe is that there isn’t any deep- frying involve