Welcome to the world of simple and easy recipes...

We, the ‘aakrantham crew’ extend our special greetings to the beginners in cooking, the novice Bachelors, suffering husbands for being the guinea pig of wife’s culinary experimentations and the most sophisticated cooking experts who, out of their intricate and above-average try-outs have forgotten their beginning point in cooking. Yes! Our aim is to show the simplified paths of cooking, to depict the formulae for day-to-day needs to kill the hunger, to help out someone who is completely new to kitchen and those whose breaths stop hearing the name of dishes with words like ‘forelle’, ‘pecam’, ‘oreo’, ‘agua’ e.t.c in it.

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Welcome to the world of simple and easy recipes...!!

Jokes apart, I’ve been hearing from many of my emigrant friends who stays apart from family and cook on their own, that most of the cookery sites expose showy and complicated recipes which is quite knotty to digest for people like them who hardly knows what a ‘marsh mellow’ and a ‘star anise’ means, but only knows the basic ingredients starting from salt, chilli, turmeric, onion, tomato, coriander, sugar, milk, cardamom so and so... And if ever a simple recipe for a brinjal/ladies-finger fry or a fish curry to be made with rice for lunch, then they’ll have to spend dirham/dinar/pound to call back home. 

The same is the case with College students who rent a house together and plan to start cooking. They’ll start the first day with rice, curd and scrambled egg; next day with fish fry and chilli chutney, but the third day definitely they’ll have to run towards the nearest local mess/restaurant..!! And all these class of people badly need a one-stop solution for their cooking problems and doubts, an easy stage where they can discuss and get their doubts clarified, take the recipe for next day’s curry, a blog-space which renders simple and ‘can be made with least available ingredients’ kind of dishes.

And here we are, hoping that we can be of the best help to the above mentioned categories, expecting all your co-operation to go forward step-by-step, and serve you to learn from the basics and slowly advance to the hitches. Watch this space for more... Wait and see..!!

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