My parents used to make a lot of fish while we were growing up, having fish curry with steamed rice, fish pakodas, tandoori macchi and other varieties was a staple. I’m from Jammu so Kashmiri fish curry used to be a popular choice with our own little variation. The aroma of fennel, cinnamon and mustard oil makes this dish stand out from any other fish curry. I bet this dish would become your hot favourite. So, what are you waiting for? Make this fish curry recipe now and enjoy it with your loved ones.
Hey guys, it’s been a hot minute since I posted here anything. I’m back with a delicious regional and traditional recipe from my hometown Jammu & Kashmir. I’ve shared the detailed video on my YouTube channel of not only Ambal (yellow pumpkin) but Rajma as well which is a popular combination back in Jammu. Abmal is a Dogri dish, a sweet and sour pumpkin curry which is often cooked in weddings in the Jammu region. I’m yet to meet anyone who doesn’t love this delicious tangy dish.
Hey guys! I hope everyone is well and staying healthy. Quarantine has been an adventure to say the least- as I imagine it has been for a lot of people! Also, these days it’s very tempting to sit on the couch all day watching Netflix and binge eating. I think in these difficult times when unchecked and unmonitored things seems pretty convenient , we must take care of our health. A healthy diet is particularly important now than ever before. Regular exercise and proper food will not only help you build immunity but also keep your weight in check.
Disclaimer- This article is especially for the Officers of Defence Services Staff College,Wellington. However, Anyone visiting the Nilgiris should give it a read to know the amazing food joints in and around the area.
Hey guys first and foremost let me congratulate you all for making it to the Salubrious climes.
Sri Lanka’s south coast is endowed with prettiest tropical beaches which’ll guarantee to leave you surprised and delighted at every turn! Imagine palm trees (and palm tree swings), fresh coconut water, stunning blue sea and honey coloured sandy beaches for days! This was certainly my kinda destination and we decided to explore the southern belt of Sri Lanka rather than cramming in as many places as possible on the island in a short space of time.
Amritsar or Ambarsar as colloquially called is synonyms with the Golden Temple, a place where food and faith fuses, where serenity and tranquility reverberates! Not only is it the home of the Sikh religion, but also a culinary capital of India, unarguably the apex of all the scrumptious food, Hence, the Foodie’s delight and shopper’s paradise.
Brightly coloured walls, Mediterranean styled heritage houses with high compound walls laden with vibrant bougainvillea vines, neat and clean streets where South Indian filter coffee and croissants go together! Yes it’s Pondichery- A mix of modern heritage and spiritual lifestyle. The French influence is everywhere right from the food to architecture, from roads to cafes and streets to hearts!
“Everything gets better with a cup of coffee..or so they said”
A trip to Bali wouldn’t be complete without tasting the world’s costliest, unique and infamous coffee- “Kopi Luwak”. Well if you’ve seen the movie ‘The Bucket List’, then you know what I’m talking about!