Vegetarian Lasagna

This is – quite possibly one of the best ever Vegetarian Lasagna I’ve eaten! 

How to make Vegetarian Lasagna from Scratch recipe | Step by step pictures | Homemade Vegetable Vegetarian Lasagna recipe by foodomania.com

True story. (Refer headline to this post). Vegetarian Lasagna has been on my to-cook list for so long. I finally got down to making this last year. To my surprise, I nailed the recipe in the first time. I tried it again last week and decided to share the recipe with all of you!

A cross between Pasta and a Casserole dish, Lasagna combines best of both worlds. It is time consuming and requires good planning for all the different layers. But if you plan well, it is a breeze to put together! You don’t need to be intimidated by this recipe at all!    (more…)

Sindhi Koki

An attempt to make the Sindhi Koki recipe

How to make healthy Sindhi Koki Recipe at home with step by step pictures - by Kavitha Ramaswamy @ Foodomania.com

My Sindhi friend and colleague tells me this is veryyyyy close to her authentic Koki recipe.

Why did I tell you this?

Because it is difficult to nail the perfect Sindhi Koki. So I’m mighty pleased that I came thisssss close to the Koki she is used to. I’m going to keep trying. But apparently every Sindhi household has its own version of the Koki. So there are tonnes of possibilities.    (more…)

Green Peas Kachori

Green Peas Kachori with step by step instructions

Multigrain Peas Kachori Recipe by Foodomania.com

I made Peas Kachori! That’s something I thought I’d never say.

I always thought Kachori involved a lot of labor (which is not all that wrong) and was difficult. Well guess what? After making tonnes and tonnes of bread recipes, Kachori seems like a walk in the park! Not to mention, spicier and tastier than any pizza or calzone I’ve ever made.    (more…)

Thenkuzhal

Thenkuzhal murukku –  a classic South Indian deep-fried snack usually prepared around festivals.

Iyengar Tamilian Thenkuzhal Murukku Recipe with Step by Step pictures by foodomania.com

I have fond memories of eating the thenkuzhal dough year after year during Diwali. Yeah, I’m a dough-eater. Don’t judge, okay? Sometimes, dough tastes amazing! And so does the end dish of the dough.

We make this snack about once or twice a year during festivals (most commonly during Diwali). We would make it more often, but the lengthy process often stops us from making the extra effort more frequently. Once in a while though – I urge you to try this snack – for this is a great one to have in your culinary repertoire.  (more…)