We all know that food and beverages are a match made in heaven, but usually what we don’t know are the pairs beyond wine and cheese that exist, are simple to make and equally sumptuous. Welcome to this new section on my blog called Cocktails And Cuisine With Aditi, wherein I shall share some classic, some offbeat, some regular and some unique food and beverage combos that you will enjoy trying.
So during the lockdown, cooking has become one of the major ways to release stress and also to let one’s creative juices flow. Here is a traditional Bengali recipe shared by Chef Arjun from Cuebebar. A very home-style cooking, simple and delicious for sure.
As part of the lockdown series, I am trying more and more recipes at home and although this dish has been one of my favourites since long, I never made it at home. But then today, I thought why not, try this amazingly simple dish that my son also loves a lot. So here is my version of simple home-cooked prawn curry recipe.
This recipe is shared by a very dear friend Chef Dibyendu Roy, who is the Executive Chef at Marriott Resort & Spa, Miramar. He and his wife Shimul Saha Roy have together created this recipe and these days during the lockdown, the chef is exploring the joy of simple home-cooked meals.
Coming to this choco-peanut butter nice cream, I chose both chocolate and peanut butter because its a combination that I personally love, very simple to make and delicious!
Two things led me to make these cookies today, one I was itching to do something because I was bored and secondly I was craving for cookies, so what better than to bake my own.
For food enthusiasts out there, who like to experiment and enjoy different types of cuisines, World Tapas Day is just around the corner. A quick background on tapas; tapas are small bites of food – snacks or finger food which is accompanied by beer. In Spain, drinks are enjoyed in small glasses called “cañas” and this Cañas y Tapas culture is now becoming a favourite of Indians as well.
While preparing for traditional Sunday lunches at home, we often spend a lot of time thinking about what to make for the dessert, because I feel it is one of the key elements of a meal. This Sunday since we were preparing a typical North Indian Thali with Butter Chicken, Dal Makhani and Kadhai Paneer, I thought of making Kheer for the dessert.