From the very first moments of my life I have been fortunate enough to have parents who introduced me to a wide range of cuisines . Even though I grew up in a small town in India, since my parents are well traveled, I knew about many dishes even before they were popular in India. Also, my mom is a magnificent cook and makes some scrumptious dishes. When I moved to the US, I missed my home cooked food terribly. I realized two things: first, I love to eat good food, and second, if I want to eat it I should know how to cook it. Thus began my journey towards culinary adventures. It has grown to the point where I thoroughly enjoy cooking and find it almost therapeutic.
I am so happy to have landed in a place where I have the opportunity to taste the world cuisine.After being here for more than a decade I realized that Indian cuisine, which is so diverse, is a hidden gem in the culinary world. There are amazing dishes other than Chicken Tikka Masala and Naan in the Indian cuisine, which doesn’t seem to be apparent to many people from countries across the planet. Different parts of India use entirely different spices, so knowing ‘Curry’ is not enough! I would love to share our medley of delicacies here on my blog which can be spread around the world for everyone to see.
With my blog, I hope to bring a bit of India into recipes from cuisines around the world.
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Gorgeous images that arouse the textures and tastes of delightful meals, and all accompanied by very well-written recipes. Thank you, Anagha. It was nice to meet you this evening at Open House!