Press and Media

even though i am a shy person, i have had a some shares of media and press mentions. this is despite the fact that i hesitate to promote my blog and focus more on creating and sharing good recipes. i believe creating good content is more important than self promotion.

veg recipes of india has been mentioned in the following media and press features:

  • featured in the femina magazine issue (Oct 15 2017) in their featured article on top 50 bloggers in various niches. pic here.
  • featured in patrika newspaper (August – 2017). pic here. article has been featured in all the patrika newspapers across different towns and cities of india.
  • drumstick rasam recipe published in timesofindia hyderabad edition. check the newspaper pic here.
  • the blog received a mention in maharashtratimes. check the newspaper pic here.
  • my interview with the roasted tomato soup recipe featured in the smart life magazine – you can read the image here.
  • a health magazine from the manorama group in their publication of dec 2012.
  • the blog was featured on the 2nd number on top 13 indian food blogs who use social media effectively. you can read the curated list both here and here.
  • mango iced tea published at the popular website thekitchn.com
  • my interview was published in foremost indian beauty and fashion website www.makeupandbeauty.com. the entire interview can be read here.
  • my interview by fellow food blogger helene published at food writer friday.
  • a very nice and touching testimonial by fellow food blogger divya at divyascookbook.com

many recipes from my blog are mentioned in the www.huffingtonpost.com.

  1. sweet lassi at slideshow
  2. methi matar malai at slideshow
  3. moong dal dhokla at slideshow
  4. south indian mushroom & peas curry at here and here
  5. peas kachori at slideshow
  6. radish sambar at slideshow
  7. punjabi dum aloo at slideshow
  8. garlic dal at slideshow
  9. garlic naan at slideshow
  10. mango iced tea at here and here
  11. sarson ka saag at slideshow
  12. bharwan bhindi at slideshow
  13. paneer butter masala at slideshow
  14. kashmiri dum aloo at slideshow
  15. mushroom biryani e dum pukht at slideshow
  16. mushroom vindaloo at slideshow
  17. bhindi masala at this slideshow
  18. bhindi bhaji at slideshow
  19. pomegranate vanilla mousse at here and here
  20. mushroom manchurian at slideshow
  21. egg paratha at slideshow
  22. mango banana papaya smoothie at slideshow
  23. baingan bhaja at slideshow
  24. muhamarra dip at slideshow
  25. kadai mushroom at slideshow
  26. punjabi style green chutney at slideshow
  27. peri peri sauce at slideshow

73 comments/reviews

  1. Dear Dassana,

    Please accept my heartfelt appreciation of your work. Each one of them is a hit…
    I wish you and the team very best in all your endeavors !!

    I have a suggestion /request for you. Would it possible to provide a provision for us to make a note of a certain changes we would make according to our taste preference ? Like for example I might have used 1 green chilli in place of two or 1/2 tsp less of chilli powder etc.
    This helps me to repeat the taste next time i make the recipe. Thanks.

    • thank you asha. also thanks for the suggestion. by providing a provision means, that the reader can edit or make changes and keep a note of it? if yes than currently with the program i am using it is not possible to make a note of the changes from the reader’s end. let me know if this is what you meant.

  2. Surviving based on your recipes..thank you so much..
    For helping out all bachelors away from their mother…
    🙂

    • thanks a lot 🙏

  3. Hi Dassana,
    I want to try your Hyderabadi veg biryani.
    Can I replace curds with something vegan?
    Would it still taste the same?
    I read somewhere that cashew paste can be used instead of curds.
    Can you tell me how many cashews and how to make a paste out of it?
    Thanks .

    • sushma, you can use thick coconut milk or cashew paste or cashew curd as substitutes for curd. just add a bit of lemon juice to get that slightly sour taste in the biryani that comes from curd. for cashew paste, soak 1/2 cup cashews hot water for 30 mins. then grind with some water to get a paste. for cashew curd, you can check this link – https://www.vegrecipesofindia.com/how-to-make-cashew-yogurt/

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