My First Kitchen

Baking requires Math

Most of us have had a love-hate relationship with Math - I certainly have. But as I started baking more, I realized how much numbers, and math in general matters, even in the simplest recipe. You start the baking process with predictions - not just visualizing the end product, but calculating how to ensure that… Continue reading Baking requires Math

Indian, Main course, Non-vegetarian, One-pot meals, Recipes, Rice

Chicken Biryani

It's a known fact around the world that India is a very diverse country. We have diversity in every imaginable sense - different food, different languages, different religions, different beliefs, different preferences. But, one major unifying factor in India is probably the country's love for Biryani. We may not be able to agree upon whose… Continue reading Chicken Biryani

10-minute meals, Asian, Cooking for one, Healthy Eating, Main course, No-cook meals, Recipes, Salads, The KETO diet

South East Asian Slaw with Peanut Dressing

I've had countless attempts at being healthy, and pretty much all of them failed. I simply loved greasy, fat foods too much. But a recent bout of food poisoning limited the list of foods I could consume. Despite the difficult first week of abstaining from unhealthy, empty calories, I found myself enjoying organic, all-natural food… Continue reading South East Asian Slaw with Peanut Dressing

Indian, Main course, Non-vegetarian, One-pot meals, Recipes, Rice, The KETO diet

No-Grain ‘Keto’ Chicken Biryani

Biryani is an absolute favorite for people across the world. Its rich, wholesome, flavorful taste usually has people on a specific diet steering clear of it altogether, which is a complete loss on their part, if you ask me! But, that doesn't have to be the case. Biryani was created to make everyone happy, to… Continue reading No-Grain ‘Keto’ Chicken Biryani