No more ‘Top Ramen’ and ‘Sandwich’ days. Cooking yourself is not really tough. All you need is a few basic ingredients, without which Indian cooking is almost impossible, and we have the rest for you.
Make sure to have the following in the kitchen:
Red chilli powder
Garam masala powder
Whole garam masala (peppercorns, cloves, cinnamon, cumin seeds, cardamom)
Dried mango powder
Pav bhaji masala
These ready-made powders are very convenient. Just add a teaspoon of sambhar powder to your dal and see the difference in taste it brings about.
If you are a bachelor, stuck up in an isolated place and missing your mom’s cooking like anything, browse through this section for some quick and easy recipes. Yes, contrary to popular belief, plenty of bachelors around the world can whip up lovely delicacies in a jiffy, with whatever’s available in the house. Conversely, many a married guy makes for the worst cook. However, bachelor culinary expertise is fast becoming an artifact these. days, thanks to frozen and take-away foods. Whatever be the ambience, check out these quick delights and have a rolling time