The featured image is of my lunch plate consisting of Cabbage Sabzi, Cucumber Salad, Sago Papad, Mango, Masala Moong Dal and Gram Flour Vegetables Pan Cake.
The featured image is of Pav Bhaji. This dish is a Mumbai local. It’s a mix of all the vegetables, butter and some masalas; to be eaten with Pav.
The featured image is of usually what a Gujarati lunch looks like. Still some items are missing like papad and pickle. Nevertheless, there are two sabzis in the plate. One is Potato Cabbage sabzi and the other one is Soya Curry. Along with Roti, Dhokla, Dal and Chutney. A wholesome meal.
The featured image is of Sweet Corns in Spinach Gravy. Absolutely healthy and a treat in the mouth.
Cooked a few dishes this week, but they were ultra delicious.
We in Mumbai had an extremely gloomy week with heavy rains throughout. And already due to the Corona Virus we are at home most of the time, but the rains actually felt like another lockdown.
In this time, I utilised it the most by cooking some delicious dishes.
The featured image is of Mushroom Masala.
In Mumbai, it has been raining heavily from the past 3 days, because of which I couldn’t take Junior for a walk. I tried giving him his required exercise and burnt his energy at home only as much as I could. However, we still had a fun week.
The featured image is of sweet and tangy Risotto.
Let me take you through my activities in the past week, obviously, apart from the boring routine 😁
A colourful picture gallery of what Junior and me did in the last week.