Trying to revive a lost recipe that pleased the colonial taste buds.
Apologies to the real Mex, this is a homely recreation of the American Tex Mex.
Add an egg to anything, and it tastes better. This is a quick-to-assemble eggcellent egg salad.
Pasta needs PR. Couple it up with this green sauce and see this recipe reinstall pasta in the healthy foods category. Also the best way to get your child to eat the greens they usually avoid.
The recipe, to mum, I appealed, used up a gourd for its peel. Simplicity, thats the deal, the real taste is in the peel.
True benediction is when your child asks for eggs to be done a certain way and when the parent passes that test with flying colours. Poached eggs, was my test in boiling waters.
If the recipe is called Ghee Roast, there will be ghee. Lots of it. So do the ghee with glee. And remember, there is no ghee roast without byadgi chillies. I used both. Here’s the recipe and story.
I prayed to the Burmese Bhagwans of food that it turn out well, lest my family and I would have to settle for peanut butter sandwiches for dinner. This is my LD Khao Suey recipe.
My son wants, what he calls, storybook breakfasts. Food items in the shape of things like UFOs or emojis and while he eats it, I have to string them all together and tell him a story. Today I made him French Toast. The way my classmate used to get them in school, for lunch.
When I say the gravy is the soul, this is what I mean. I feel as accomplished as a new tenor in an opera as I made this beautiful Kerala Lurma LD Style for the first time and what a maiden voyage it turned out to be!