I am Shelja Garg born and brought up in Haryana, India. Currently Living (Residing) in California with my loving husband (Ashish Garg) and adorable Son (Adhyansh Garg), who is just
2½ 3 4 years old.
I am also like other housewives who learned to cook after marriage. I helped my mother in the kitchen on few occasions before marriage but never prepare dishes on my own. After marriage when I came to the USA for my husband project I did not know much about cooking. That’s when I started searching the blog to try new recipes. I used to call my mother initially to prepare even basic dishes. I learned a lot from my Mom and MIL and very grateful to them for being very patient with me.
In this blog, am going to publish recipes which I learned from my Mom, website, Recipes books and TV Shows. I usually cook the only vegetarian recipe with the exception of Egg so in my blog, you will find the same. All recipes are already tasted and tested on my family members.
This blog is totally dedicated to my Family & Friends, especially to my husband who is the big foodie and always enjoy my food and encourage me to try new recipes. This blog idea came from one of our friends who suggested me to start my own blog.
I would like to thank each and every person who visits my blog. If you like my recipe please like, share and send me the photos of your tried recipes. I would love to hear from you!
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Indian Bread Recipes
Parathas usually served in the breakfast in northern India, especially in Punjabi families. Parathas are flatbreads, which can be prepared with stuffing or without stuffing and spread some ghee/oil wh... more
Onion paratha is the best and quickly made paratha. Best thing, onion is easily available in every kitchen. On weekends, I usually make different types of stuffed paratha, especially on Sunday brunch.... more
Aloo onion paratha: Here comes all Punjabi favorite paratha aloo pyaz da paratha J. Punjabis can have aloo paratha anytime with a lot of butter on top of it without worrying about calories. I am not g... more
In this cold weather, what could be better than piping a hot yummy Soup. Today I am posting light and full of flavor recipe for a restaurant-style lemon and coriander soup. I tried my tongue on this ... more
The stock is a liquid flavored extract from vegetable, seafood, bones, and chicken, used as the base of soups, sauces, and other dishes. Stock, generally, always involves bones, simmered for a long ti... more
Quinoa and black-eyed peas (lobia), both are very good source of fiber. High fiber food keeps you feeling full because of they digestive slowly which is good for weight control. Quinoa and Black-eyed... more
Chickpea belongs to legumes family, which contains a lot of fiber, minerals, protein and vitamins. Chana chaat is very quick Snack recipe if you have leftover boiled chickpeas. This salad is the... more
Green chutney is the most key ingredient of chaat and sandwiches. There are many variations in preparing green chutney depending upon the uses for chaat, pakoras or side dish. This green chutney ... more
This is another healthy dish prepared with Lauki. Lauki is known by various name like Ghiya, Dhoodhi, Bottle gourd. Lauki has a lot of nutrients values so every mom wants to add this in their daily me... more
Raita is the part of Northern Indian cuisine and available in various varieties like onion raita, cucumber Raita, Carrot raita, Lauki Raita, and much more. Raita is yogurt based side condiment dish se... more
Fresh and cool Pineapple Raita is the best compliment for any dish. Fresh pineapple tastes tremendous in the raita however you can use canned pineapple as well. Pineapple raita is quite common on the ... more
Rice Kheer/Rice puddings: Rice Kheer is famous Indian dessert mainly during festivals, celebrations or marriages. Rice Kheer is an indian version of rice pudding and also known as payesh (Bengali... more
Til Mawa Ladoo/Khoya ladoo is a delicious dessert made from few ingredients: Mawa, sesame seed, and sugar. Makarsakranti is around the corner so thought to share some makar Sankranti recipe with you ... more
Happy Akshaya Tritiya to all. Offering yellow color sweets and clothes to lord Krishna are considered very auspicious on this day. Today, I thought of making something similar so I prepared Mango Shri... more
Mangos are one of my family favorite fruits especially my junior “A’ loves anything made from Mango and sugar. He has a very Sweet tooth. He always demands Mangoes dessert so I am getting ... more
Here is another quick drink recipe of mango is mango lassi. Lassi is popular traditional yogurt drink from India. It could be sweet or salted and can be flavored with spices and fruits. Lassi has man... more
A healthy refreshing drink made from ripe banana, strawberry, and chocolate. Banana and strawberries are very healthy and ideal option for growing kids. Banana has a lot of nutrients and strawberry is... more
Summer is at its high, so tried few energy drinks at home. The best orange season is winter but we can get good oranges in summer too. If you could find tasty oranges, prepare this refreshing drink, g... more
Mango shake is a rich, creamy, thick and yummy drink made with mango and milk. Mango shake is not my favorite; I don’t like mangoes however both Ashi and Addy loves mangoes a lot. They are madly... more
Sweet Pongal/Sakkarai Pongal: Sweet Pongal is made from rice and Moong dal cooked with jaggery and nuts. Sweet Pongal is the sweet dish, must prepare a dish during Pongal or Makara Sankranti festival.... more
Quinoa is a good gluten-free source of protein, iron, and fiber. It is a good substitute for rice though the taste is not good as rice but if we talk about the nutritious value that is even more... more
Jeera/ cumin Rice is very popular and easy recipe, which goes well with most of the north Indian dish. Since jeera rice is very mild in flavor, it can be eaten along with any dal, rasam, sambar or any... more
Saffron Sweet Rice/Meethe Chawal: Meethe Chawal (sweet Rice) is delicately flavored rice dish, infused with cardamom powder, spices, saffron, and kewra or Rose essence. This is traditionally Punjabi d... more