What defines minimal styling? It’s more of keeping the dish or the main element as the star, which commands all your attention. I am trying to experiment and change or evolve a little in my style
A basic recipe with the right ingredients can make a difference. Spaghetti Aglio e olio with cherry tomatoes is one such dish. We love this simple recipe, with Olive oil being the star ingredient.
Here is a recipe inspired by the Hakka noodles I had from street vendors back in Assam. It is filled with vegetables and is a sure shot winner in my family.
Pineapple adds sweetness and freshness to Grilled Cajun shrimps skewers with herb couscous. I grilled these over a grill pan indoors, but fire can add a lot of difference to the taste.
Colorful food appeals to us. Beetroot happens to be one of my favorite ingredients to add color to my food.
Spinach falafels stand out in terms of taste and texture. These delicious crispy falafels never fail to impress.
Winter is all about food that makes you feel cozy and nostalgic. Paneer bhurji with chapattis or Indian bread is one such dish. Fresh homegrown tomatoes and peas with cottage cheese can lead to quite a few possibilities. However, scrambled cottage cheese or paneer bhurji makes its way to the favorite spot
Our Friday movie night got perfect with some roasted bell pepper guacamole, cherry tomatoes, salsa, and chips.
You can call it a dessert, but I prefer it for breakfast. Oats kheer with saffron yoghurt to make your mornings a little better. You can choose to add saffron directly to the oats kheer.
Food stylists love to tell a story through their pictures. And what better way than an action shot. They are fun to shoot but can get a little complicated. Here are a few tricks and tips for making your job a tab bit easier while capturing movement on camera.
Be warned!! It’s one of the hottest chilies in the world. To create a sauce with it takes patience and extreme care.
Parmigiano Reggiano is the “ King of cheese” and is” referred to as a perfect food.
Tuna sandwiches are a delight, and with the right kind of bread…