Delicious

Shahi Paneer

It’s already looking very delicious. Water is just dripping out of my mouth. For those of you who don’t know, this dish is called SHAHI PANEER.

This is a north Indian dish made with paneer (cottage cheese), and tomato based spicy gravy laced with some hot Indian spices.

I have cooked after a long time. Actually, I have eaten properly after a long time and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was eating it and water was not just dripping out of my mouth but also from my nose, because of all those hot spices.

Am I turning into a proper housewife who loves cooking new dishes and loves experimenting? Although the dish is not new but I was cooking it for the first time and according to my roommate, it was near perfect ­čÖé

I don’t know when I will cook for myself again, maybe after a month or so. But till that time I want to savour the taste of this dish in my mouth.

Happy cooking fellow bloggers and readers.

P.S – Inbox me if anyone wants the┬árecipe of the dish.

 

Gaurav Gupta

 

 

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Happiness

Upma

Happiness. This is one word which has a different meaning for different individuals at different stages of their lives.

Happiness cannot be defined. You can feel happiness in numerous ways. Talking to the person you love the most, doing the things you are passionate about, exploring new things, writing, painting. The list of things that can make a person happy can go on and on.

I am away from home, family and my love. So for me having the home cooked food with my mother’s recipe is a great source of happiness.

I made this Salty Rawa (Upma) while talking to my mom on the phone. Like always, she guided me how to make this dish. And having this dish with my housemates and getting compliments for the same from them has made me proud and happy both at the same time.

Posting this blog as I wanted to share my happiness with the fellow bloggers and the rest of the world. Because someone once said to me “Happiness grow manifolds if it is shared with others”.

P.S – Inbox me if anyone wants the┬árecipe of the dish.

 

Gaurav Gupta