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Oct 20, 2014

How to make healthy Bisibele-Bath with Poha

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Bisibele-bath is almost a staple in South-Indian households, especially Kannada kitchens, I feel. There is something about this sambar-rice that we all love, and the fact that it is healthy also, adds to the allure.

How to make bisibele bath with poha

For a while now, I’ve been experimenting with poha, how to make various South Indian main course items with this lighter version, so that I still get to eat the comfort food, but with less carbs.

Oct 13, 2014

Eggless bread pudding

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A couple of days ago, something very delectable appeared on my FB feed. HaathiTime was craving carbs, and posted a very yummy photo of the bread pudding she made. And that’s it. It was like madness creeping onto me. I HAD TO TRY IT!

Eggless bread pudding

The recipe she posted had egg, so I had to make it eggless, and so I had to customize the recipe a bit. And then, this pregnant friend of mine at work had been asking me to bake her something , and so where others at work. I thought, why not make a big batch of bread pudding and serve everyone I know at work! :)

Sep 14, 2014

A little bit of Tuscany…

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some awesome wine and a great time is what you get when you visit the restaurant Tuscany in Hyderabad’s Hotel Trident.

Having eaten there before and loved their food, I was super excited when I was asked to do a food review, when their Michelin Star Chef Adriano Baldassarre was visiting Hyderabad to do a special food festival based on the theme – Regions of Italy.

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Yes, it was really a little bit of Tuscany there, what with some great vegetarian food served along with wonderful wine, enhancing the whole experience. The music was soft, making it possible for us to have a good conversation with Ms.Rajveer Kaur, their Communications Manager and Ms.Aadishree Chury, the Restaurant Manager for Tuscany, both women very knowledgeable about the food they like and serve.

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Every meal in Tuscany is served with some freshly baked Focaccia bread, which goes extremely well with the olive oil served at the table.