Putting up some Love…

Cooking for love is the best kinds…

carrot halva gajjar halwa Indian dessert

The secret ingredient of every successful recipe is ‘Love’

A couple of days back I came across a blog via the zerotohero challenge. Steven Santos on Made by Steven: ~ Slow cooking from around the world, here in Japan reminded me just how much fun cooking really is. And the bonus was, he even has a section on Indian food…it’s nice to see all the traditional cooking that I adore from a non-Indian perspective. Loved his post on Murg Methi. I left a few lines on his ‘About’ page

I love cooking too….a means to express my love for my family…especially my husband and my siblings….at times even a means to de-stress. Putting up a good dish makes me happy! But I am not too adventurous…I think your blog maybe an interesting way to broaden my culinary horizons…”

Apart from photography, cooking interests me quite a bit. However I confess my culinary adventures are extreme bursts of frenzied cooking followed by days of lounging around doing mundane stuff. I hope that Steve’s posts will inspire me to try out new things & on a more regular basis. As of now here’s to the Gajar ka Halwa (Carrot Halwa) that is my husband’s favourite.

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P.S. Shot taken in my kitchen after cooking Carrot halwa to send to my Husband who is out on an assignment for a few months. Posted in response to the zerotohero Day 12. Link provided thanks to Recipe of the month by http://rajdhani.co.in for an easy recipe of this Indian delicacy for those interested…Bon apetit !


2 thoughts on “Putting up some Love…

  1. OMG, I made Carrot Halwa on Friday.
    Great minds think alike. 🙂
    And thank you very much for the kind words about my blog and post. I really appreciate it.

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