Yay!!!!! DFT is back just in time at the onset of winters, comfort food and celebrating Thanksgiving! Bringing a healthy yet delicious dish this month to celebrate the International Diabetes Month!
I know its been a while but it has been on my mind, just not finding the time to get to it. But that shouldn’t be the excuse. Hopefully not again. So living in this busy world where everyone is so busy in their daily routine from work, kids, household chores, cooking etc, we need quick and easy choices where we don’t have to spend so much time.
What is Karvachauth? This year Karwachauth is going to be observed on Oct 30th. It is a festival which is celebrated mostly by North Indian women where the festival begins just before sunrise and until after the moonrise. “Karva” means earthen pot and “Chauth” means fourth referencing that the festival falls on fourth day of the kartik month of the Hindu calendar.
I know its been a while I have posted. I have been busy with my brother’s wedding so didn’t get a chance to make anything. Everything went well which is what we all want. Had loads of food and sweets. Trying to get back on track after all the cleaning and organizing. Today I am bringing a simple, easy and delicious condiment which my mom always keeps handy, Laal Mirch ki Chutney.