Thursday, 20 August 2015

How To Make Red Thai Curry Paste or Namprik Gaeng Daeng At Home; Review Of Borosil Sumo Amaze

Foodelicious-Thai Red Curry Paste

Hello all!
In my last post of Tandoori Aloo Sandwich using Borosil’s Jumbo Grill, I had mentioned that I would be reviewing two more of the Borosil products. So here’s my review on Borosil’s Sumo Amaze which is a 750W mixer grinder. The third Borosil product review would be posted very soon.

The mixer grinder has a neatly designed body made of dual colour ABS plastic.

It comes with three food grade stainless steel jars for blending (1.5L capacity), dry grinding (1.2L capacity) and a wet grinding jar (400ml capacity). The jars have a better capacity as compared to the jars of the mixer grinder I have been using.

Friday, 7 August 2015

‘Tandoori Aloo Sandwich’ Using The Newly Launched Borosil Jumbo Grill: A Product Review

Foodelicious- Tandoori Aloo Sandwich
Being a food blogger, I am not only trying to create and eat good food but also looking out to try various food related gadgets, appliances which I could use to make my cooking easier and better. Those could range from simple peelers to complicated electrical appliances. I use them all. Smile
Borosil, India,  is a well known name in the glassware industry, it being the pioneer. It is the market leader for laboratory glassware and microwavable kitchenware in India.
Recently, they have ventured into the manufacture of kitchen appliances. They sent me three of their kitchen appliances for product reviews.
To start off with, I am sharing the review of their latest launch into the Indian market, that’s the Borosil-Jumbo Grill. My regular readers know my penchant for the grill and the grill marks on the food I serve, especially the sandwiches and the seekh kebabs.

Friday, 24 July 2015

‘Sawatdee’ Thai Food Festival At Barbeque Nation- A Review

Foodelicious- Review of Sawatdee


Barbeque Nation is one of the most successful casual dining restaurants. It is the pioneer to promote DIY, ‘ Do It Yourself’ cuisine with a concept of live on-the-table grill, in India.

I was recently invited there, for their on going Thai Food Festival ‘Sawatdee’ which in Thailand means, ‘hello’. The festival has begun on 17th July and will continue till 2nd August in all the Barbeque Nation Outlets at Mumbai. I was told that the festival offered to provide me an experience, a feast of South East Asia by bringing a slice of Thailand to my platter.

Saturday, 4 July 2015

Everything In A Place, A Place For Everything- A Review On Dining Etiquette Workshop

Foodelicious- Dining Etiquettes Review

Hello All!

‘Etiquette’ : this word is normally picked up by children in their foundation years from their parents and the school teachers. At that age probably they do not even understand what the word means but as one grows, the importance of the word sets in life. The word ‘etiquette’ means,  a code of conduct, a social norm that suggests a sense of dignity or appropriate behaviour. The word itself has been derived from a French word which means ‘a tag’.

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Sun Dried Tomatoes/ Oven Dried Tomatoes In Olive Oil

Foodelicious- Oven Dried Tomatoes
The most important thing that got me attracted to my current abode is that it’s very well lit. There’s a lot of sunlight coming into the house. I get rising sunlight straight into my kitchen, so the kitchen and all the other rooms feel quite bright. I had shared a few pictures of my kitchen on my FB page earlier.
While I was packing in Chennai, the one thing that I would keep aspiring to do once we settle down in our new abode was sun drying some home made potato wafers and to make a batch of sun dried tomatoes using the sunlight coming in my kitchen balcony. So, once we settled down, the first thing that I did was buying a large batch of plum red tomatoes for sun drying.

Thursday, 21 May 2015

Halsinkayi Rassa ..A Heirloom Recipe For 6th Blog Anniversary | Vegan | Step Wise

Foodelicious-halasinkayi rassa
Hello all!
21st May marks the anniversary day of my blog and today happens to be the 6th blog anniversary. Time does fly..looking back, there are so many memories associated with my blog..right from the day I started with my first post Maavinkaayi Chutney, to my recent last post on Vegan Galauti Kebab.
Yeah, I know that the kebab post was almost 2months back. Past two months were frantically busy during which I packed, moved into a new city and got settled. But today being a special day, I decided to post without any procrastination.


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