- Zucchini Tikki
- Grilled Chicken with Mushroom Sauce
- Mutton Ginger Varuval
- Veg Paneer Roll
- Cabbage Rice
- Mushroom Dosa
- Peanut Butter Chapati
- Homemade Szechuan Sauce
- Homemade Pasta Sauce
- Curry Leaves Prawn
- Malabar Chicken Curry
- Bajji Milagai Masala
- Dhingri Dolma (Awadhi style Mushroom Paneer Masala)
- Grilled Lamb Chops
- Homemade Cranberry Sauce
- Crumb Fried Mushroom
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Janmashtami is celebrated with religious observance by Hindus across the country. On the occasion of Gokulashtami, umpteen varieties of scrumptious sweet dishes are prepared from milk and curd. Since Lord Krishna relished dairy products, most of the recipes are sweets that are made from dairy products.
Onam Sadhya is traditionally a vegetarian feast that can have upto 26 home-made dishes and is served traditionally on a Plantain leaf. Here are some of the dishes that you can make at home for your own Onam Sadya.
All about the history of Saffron, uses of Saffron including health benefits, its importance and cultivation of Kashmir saffron varieties.
On July 11th, 2015, Team echoVME in association with Urban Tree Homes organized their first ever bloggers meet in The Beverley Hotel, Kilpauk. The event was by prior registration and around 100 bloggers participated in the event. The event aimed to provide a platform for bloggers to interact & network, recognize the bloggers community in Chennai and also announce the winners of Urban Chennai Blogger Award!.
As a food blogger, my love has always been food. Food has always been my passion; my way to express love towards those around me. But the person who got me started in my love affair with food is my mother.
Punjab – the very mention of this rich state, brings to mind images of lush greenery, mustard fields with bright yellow flowers, butter chicken and other tandoori delicacies.
Most people wish to do something to make the lives of those less privileged than us, better. But we are clueless about how we’ll do this. There are numerous charities/NGOs where you can donate your leftover food.
Think of the Coast and you think Beach! Think of the beach eat outs and if you belong to Chennai you can already smell the aroma – wafting towards you, beckoning you.
Find out how you can keep the fruits, vegetables, meat and diary products fresh for longer time and extend the shelflife by storing them properly.