Vishualfoodie

Author's details

Name: Vishaka Rautela
Date registered: November 23, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Pakistani Mutton & Egg Masala — May 13, 2018
  2. Mac & Cheese VF version — January 5, 2018
  3. Mangalorean Chicken Ghee Roast — November 8, 2017
  4. Mushroom Dum Biryani — October 26, 2017
  5. Mocha Mousse with Roasted Almonds — September 26, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. Salted Caramel Mousse cake — 7 comments
  2. Sholeh Zard – A persian delicacy — 3 comments
  3. Mangalorean Chicken Sukka — 3 comments
  4. Stuffed Rigatoni in Arrabiata sauce — 2 comments
  5. Kori Roti (Chicken curry over Rice crisps) — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

May 13

Pakistani Mutton & Egg Masala

Its mothers day today and since i have been travelling a bit, i decided to pamper the family instead of vice versa. A while ago, someone had sent a file of Pakistani recipes which i had saved. This is the only recipe i had tried from the file and it was well received by my …

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Jan 05

Mac & Cheese VF version

A compulsory bandh in Mumbai got me cooking finally. Didn’t have any groceries at home so made the most of what was there. A creamy Mac & Cheese mixed with some sausage and a combination of Parmesan and processed cheese and topped with crunchy buttered bread crumbs. What a delicious lunch it was, just missed …

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Nov 08

Mangalorean Chicken Ghee Roast

Digging into my Mangalorean roots, I realised that one dish we never made at home was Ghee Roast. It is pretty famous on many Mangalore specialty restaurant menus but for some reason Mom never made this one. I know many vegetarians including my sister Savera who loves a ghee roast. Mushroom One being her favourite. …

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Oct 26

Mushroom Dum Biryani

Your sister says she is coming over for lunch and her constant gripe is that I don’t cook anything for her. So this time I thought would take an effort to make something elaborate. Now when it’s a Tuesday and she follows a no nonveg day, that would certainly leave me in a fix. Lazy …

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Sep 26

Mocha Mousse with Roasted Almonds

I was never a coffee lover till I got pregnant with my son. Suddenly had major coffee cravings even though its not recommended during pregnancy. We used to live in Hyderabad then and I used to go to Rainbow Hospital for my check ups. Bang opposite there was this some deli cum mart (don’t remember …

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Sep 26

Lemon Garlic Cream Chicken

Sometimes you need a change in flavour. Indian chicken curries tend to favour spicy or red gravies. One day I wanted to try something different but not international. A dish that is multi faceted and can be eaten as a started by itself or with rice or roti. I turned to my friend Alifya who …

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Sep 26

Murg Angara

Since getting involved with new ventures, I barely have time to try out new dishes. Sometimes even when I do I don’t have the time to click pictures esp for my blog. Everyone has been on my case – Get the blog active again. Slowly and steadily I am attempting to again I always land …

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Jul 11

Chicken Dum Biryani

Eid is the one occasion where the aromas and flavours of Biryani call out to me. I love a good mutton biryani and was really keen to make the one I has posted in my blog a while back but the kids vetoed my brilliant plan and insisted on a chicken biryani. Now I had …

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Jul 05

Coimbatore’s Hotel Annapoorna’s Sambhar

I have this friend who loves her sambhar rice and could gorge on it daily. I would keep cribbing that ‘how can u eat the same thing nearly every day’. But she would grin with satisfaction and I knew she was in foodie bliss One day she sent me a video of this sambhar and …

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Jun 16

Eggless Swedish Chocolate Toscatarta

This is a chocolate version of the Swedish Almond Cake or Toscatarta. The butter moist sponge is fudgy and oh so chocolatey while the crisp almond top gives it a beautiful contrast. Good eggless recipes are hard to find. And this ones a keeper. It’s a recipe shared by Anuja Sule from Simple Baking and …

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