Day 42 – How to fix a hole in your clothes

Finding holes in our clothes is a rather nasty sight. So learning to mend them is extremely important. Because misfortunes do happen and we may come face to face with an unsightly hole in our favorite dresses which we do not want to discard yet. Mending them provides a new life to our clothes or … Continue reading Day 42 – How to fix a hole in your clothes

Day 41 – Basic Indian Gravies – Yellow gravy

The next Indian gravy in the basic Indian gravies of the ¬†Homemaking Skills Series ¬†is the yellow gravy. This is highly versatile and can be used in making a wide variety of curries. The flavour of cashew nut and yoghurt gives a unique flavour to the gravy. Ingredients : 3 large onions 2 tbsp ginger … Continue reading Day 41 – Basic Indian Gravies – Yellow gravy

Day 40 – Basic Indian Gravies – Green Gravy

The green color in this gravy comes from spinach, a highly nutritious green leafy vegetable. This basic gravy can be used to make a large variety of other gravies like palak paneer, aloo palak and palak chicken. It tastes delicious and can be stored in the freezer for later use. This is also called the … Continue reading Day 40 – Basic Indian Gravies – Green Gravy

Day 39 : Basic Indian Gravies – Brown Gravy

Brown gravy is prepared in a variety of ways. This particular version is something that I really love as it can be considered a no fail one. Brown gravies are commonly used for both meat and vegetables. Ingredients 3 large onions 15 cashew nuts 1 tbsp ginger garlic paste 5 tbsp oil Salt to taste … Continue reading Day 39 : Basic Indian Gravies – Brown Gravy

Day 37 : Basic Indian Gravy – Makhni Gravy

In today's post of the Homemaking Skills Series, I'm going to tell you about basic Indian Gravies. Being an Indian, I know the importance of laying a flavorful gravy dish on the table. It's an ecstatic feeling when you see your loved ones smacking their fingers, taking in the last bit of the gravy. Then … Continue reading Day 37 : Basic Indian Gravy – Makhni Gravy