Super yummy black eyed peas

pressure cook black eyed peas (I think I did 4 or 5 whistles and it was really soft, but it still tastes fine and texture was fine in the kura).

coconut oil, 1 garlic clove, cumin – fry it

add 2 tomatoes pureed. cook it for a while. add salt. add chopped carrots. cook it a little. add puree of about 8 cashews and some dry coconut. cook a while. add coriander powder, garam masala, red chili powder. add the beans. turn it off.


10/10 it was really good.


Miso Tahini Kale kura

First put a little coconut oil and 1 garlic clove chopped. Then add the kale stems. Fry them for a while. Then add chopped kale. Add salt. Cook it for a while. Add a chopped tomato. Cook some more. At the end add miso and tahini.

It’s really good. A good way to eat kale.


I realized I didn’t post stuff

I’ve been eating pappu, sambar, rice, and stuff like that. Here’s some other things I’ve eaten.

  • Ricotta pancakes (still didn’t get the texture right)
  • Spinach, ricotta, asiago ravioli made with wonton wrappers – these are good if they have tons of filling and not too much wrapper
  • Wonton samosas – I decided I don’t like baked wonton wrappers
  • Asiago wonton crackers – They burnt
  • Guddu kura (gravy) – So good, so good
  • Chocolate halwa – I remembered that halwa sux after eating it

That’s all I can remember for now. Moral of the story is that wonton wrappers are overrated.

Peas Kichdi

Put ghee, cumin, cashews. Fry. Add a pinch of garam masala, lots of dhanya powder, some cumin powder, salt, and some red chili powder. Fry a bit. Add the peas and break them up. Add the rice. Mix it good. Pressure cook it. With about 3/4 cup rice to 1 and 1/3 cup water for 20 min. I used long grain brown rice. Wait for first whistle then put it on low. It was so good.

Shit picture but emmy fud.


Note: Actually I accidentally put lots of dhanya powder but that’s good cuz more masala equals more better.

Peanut Coconut Broccoli

I tried the combo when I ┬áhad half a can of coconut milk leftover from coconut curry. So I made this. It was rly gud. You basically can’t go wrong…so no need for a recipe…


Everything Rice

I like mixed rices. Having leftover rice is great. Here’s today’s version.

3 cloves garlic, 1 half onion, cumin, some butter, turmeric, salt, chili powder, peanut butter, wee bit of soy sauce, curry powder, cumin powder, rice, 2 eggs.

Tastes great. I was going for Indian tasting.



Broccoli Egg Scramble

Pour a wee bit of oil in a non-stick pan. Add jeera, mustard seeds. Add cut broccoli. Cook with the lid on, stirring once in a while. Make sure it doesn’t burn too much. Don’t add water. While it’s cooking, mix 2 eggs, some curry powder, red chili powder, salt. After the broccoli is mostly done, push it to the edges and pour the egg mixture. Scramble/cook it until it’s done.

Super easy.

And fast. It takes like 15 min to make.

10/10 would make again.