Ambat Chukka is one interesting green. It looks like spinach/palak and tastes like Gongura but it is neither. In fact, it is unique in its own way. It is tangy, sour, and absolutely versatile to use so read all about this interesting ingredient below.Read More »Ambat Chukka(Green Sorrel)nutrition benefits you need to know
Madras Cucumber is something that I discovered on my recent trip to the market.Read More »Madras Cucumber/Southekayi nutrition and its culinary uses
Aakur/Ankur is an edible fern that grows in marshy and mangrove areas. In fact, it is considered to be a delicacy in Goa.Read More »Aakur/Ankur: The Monsoon special edible fern
Finally, I got my hands on this amazing ingredient. I had always seen it on screen (mainly in Western cookery shows) or read in books. I knew how it felt, tasted, and looked from all the descriptions I had but that doesn’t really justify it, does it? There is something about looking, feeling, tasting, and cooking a food ingredient.Read More »Asparagus: Types, Nutrition, and usage.
Moras Bhaji is a beautiful salty succulent that grows in damp regions like mangroves, dunes, beaches, etc which is available mainly during early monsoons.Read More »Moras Bhaji: The salty succulent of the Monsoons