My first unnamed dish

Tomato basil paste Cooking oil ButterGarlic onion pasteChili garlic sauceSaltFinely chopped onionGaram masalaCoriander powderTatter totsFarmrich mozzarella bitesFried in a pan till it felt right & garnished with fresh coriander. Advertisements

Cinema food

Nachos and cheese sauce. They taste delicious, don’t remember what they cost but are pretty good with coke.

McDonald’s Worldwide Menu

via mentalfloss.com That’s the Korean McBingsoo, looks and sounds delicious. Oh and how I miss the Indian Salsa Wrap! (h/t @noahlsinger for the link) There’s a Wikipedia page too for McDonald’s global menu:… Continue reading

A real vegetarian pizza in the US

Dominos doesn’t disappoint. Hand Tossed Pacific Veggie Pizza $15 Tomato Sauce, Cheese, No Mushrooms, Onions, Black Olives, Diced Tomatoes, Roasted Red Peppers, No Spinach, Feta Cheese, Shredded Parmesan, Shredded Provolone Cheese, Pineapple

Hummus Roll with crazy good Apple-Onion chutney

  The apple chutney was on the menu with another dish, asked them to add it to the roll & it tasted damn good. Faegans, $8

Amazing Fried Potatoes with a fancy name: Hash Browns

Fried on low heat for 20 minutes with oil, butter and some spices. To be had with Garlic chutney (vada pav chutney). Must thank my room-mate for this discovery. Dunkin Donuts has hash browns on… Continue reading

Must Try Food Across India [Infograph]

Not all is vegetarian, but a pretty good pic. via twitter

Ricotta Calzone

Pineapples, green pepper, onion, mozzarella & ricotta cheese. Good but without onions would’ve been better. ~$7  

Chipotle veg bowl

The closest an American dish comes to Indian food. Technically Mexican. Everything veg minus guacamole with tortilla as side. ~$7

The best veg lunch spread in US

The bhel was followed by this assorted vegetarian spread, from beans to gravy dishes, to rice and curry. At Bhatti Indian Grill (100 Lexington Ave, 27th Street) NYC.