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We love to eat and we love to cook. We, here, is me and my wife. Its the passion I share with my wife. We love cooking for friends and family. It gives us profound happiness when our friends go for that second serving, making us feel like we really did something wonderful. We thought it will be a really nice idea to start sharing this passion of our with the world.  This blog is an attempt to take up cooking and talking about it as a serious hobby.

Published on April 18, 2010 at 12:37 pm  Comments (17)  

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  1. Dear Sir,

    its really nice to know such relishing ,fantastic recipes from ur blog. i am really interested and hope to get new ideas about cooking as and when u update them in ur site.
    Please keep me updated…..


    Susmita Dey

  2. They say the way to a man’s heart is through is stomach.Thanks to desicook for such heartwarming posts.

  3. Nice Job man, I have gone through all your recipes and found them interesting. I would really love to try them one by one. Keep posting new ones…
    All the best……….


  4. Haven’t heard from you in a while… and see that you haven’t posted in a while either. How are you?

  5. I don’t know how I ended up at your site but I will tell you some thing it is AWESOME very informative authentic and practical looking.
    One more thing I will say, Instead of music if you can add audio instruction that would be nice.

  6. Which part of India are you from? I am from Bangladesh. I do experiment, but I do try sometimes to stick to the authentic recipe. Would like to share recipe if you want give my recipes a try and then post it on your site.

  7. Salam
    I am a Chef and I firmly believe that there are so many food genius the appreciate

  8. Hi
    Love your videos and recipes! Can you please do a video on how to make a good Palau pander? Thank you.

  9. sir i need receioe of “KEEMA BHARE SAALAN MURG KA PULAO”(mughlai,indian hyderabadi dish) plz help me i am finding this receipe from months but i m not getting plz help me in getting

  10. Hi Dost (Kaash ‘About Us’ mein aap dono ka naam bhi likhte),

    Good site…good recipes…thoda tedious kaam hai….lekin would be helpful if, apart from the YouTube videos you could also ‘write’ the preparation process below ingredients section……would be helpful to print it and take it to places where ‘internet’ is not available but need to cook.

    Do keep uploading and thanks…..

    Regardless…here’s one of my favorite ‘Italian bread pudding’ recipe you might want to put on your site….

    Italian Bread and Butter Pudding:
    Serves 8
    1) ¾ cup butter (1 and ½ stick unsalted)
    2) 1/2 cup golden raisins
    3) 12-14 white bread slices (crust removed) or Panettone bread slices
    4) 5 large beaten eggs
    5) ½ cup sugar
    6) 1 and ½ cup milk
    7) ½ cup sliced almonds (optional)
    8) 1 cup heavy cream (optional – sub with milk)
    9) ½ tsp nutmeg powder
    10) 1 tsp Vanilla essence
    11) ½ tsp Almond extract (optional)
    12) 1 tsp dry coconut powder (optional)

    1) Preheat oven to 300 F
    2) Grease a 6 cup oven proof glass dish with butter (Square sized Pyrex tray).
    3) Cut the slices of bread into half, spread them out in a cookie sheet, and dry them in the oven for 5 mins.
    4) Remove the cookie sheet from the oven and increase the temperature to 350 F.
    5) Beat eggs with sugar in a bowl and stir in the milk and cream.
    6) Add nutmeg, Vanilla essence and coconut powder
    7) Spread the bread with the butter and place a layer on the bottom of the prepared dish, then sprinkle with raisins and Almond slices and then pour the egg mixture on top of each layer.
    8) Continue making layers, ending with a layer of moistened bread and top off with some raisins and almond slices.
    9) Place the pudding in a roasting pan or bakeware, fill the pan halfway with water, and bake in the center of the oven for about 50 mins, or until well-risen, browned, and set in the middle.
    10) Serve warm or cold in the same dish.

  11. Greetings,

    Hope all well? Just signed up.Hope to hear from you soon.

  12. Just going through blog, amazing recipies. Keep up the good work!

  13. bfimage

  14. fab recipes…pls keep me updated

  15. You have copied and pasted the famous cook jiggs kalra’ recipes from his books , and pass them on as yours ! What a cheat !

  16. Exactly….all recipes lifted word to word from the famous book by Jiggs Kalra. At the very least, you should give credit to the master. Otherwise people will call you what the above poster has called ….a cheat.

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