Basic Tomato Curry Sauce

I tend to make curries at least 3 times a week so like to make concentrated basic tomato curry sauce which can be added to curries and dalls when required. It saves me the preparation Read More …

Pineapple, mango and passion fruit chutney (vegan)

  Like most Indians I tend to make a selection of chutneys and pickles to serve with our food.  I remember my mum and MIL coming up with different variations of chutneys and raitas depending Read More …

Vegan Tempeh Sandwiches and Toasties

  Doing Veganuary 2020 is introducing me to new ingredients. Tempeh is one of them. Being a food blogger – I had heard of tempeh but never cooked with it. It was my son who Read More …

Visit to a Chilli Farm Review

My husband treated me to an Afternoon Tea for Two Gift Experience voucher.  The places we could use the voucher within driving distance of our home were limited.  We chose to go to Edible Ornaments Read More …

Our Veganuary Journey Day 2

How is your second day of veganuary going?  If you have joined  Veganuary  – their website has lots of tips on how to make small lifestyle changes to follow a vegan diet.  They also email you Read More …

Bombay Sandwich Recipe using Corn Tortillas

I saw this video on Youtube a couple of weeks ago  showing how to make a Bombay sandwich  using chappatis if you did not have bread.  I couldn’t wait to try out the recipe.  My first experience Read More …

Carrot and Green Chilies Salad/Pickle with Mustard (Raita gajar marcha)

This dish is made in all Indian homes and served as a condiment with the main meal. It adds to the flavours of the dishes you have in your plate (thali).  Indian thali will have Read More …

Spicy Cheese Toasties layered with carrot and coriander chutney

It’s been a long time since I ate bread in any form as we have all gone off bread recently.  Last week, I bought some  multi seeded bread and made some cheese toasties using lemon Read More …

Couscous with Healthy Vegetables

Couscous – the food’s so nice they named it twice. -Dale Whenever I read posts of bloggers from India, I get really envious when they mention the meals they have cooked to take in their Read More …