Riccha Arora is an IT business consultant by profession and a food blogger by passion. A foodie of Indian origin, Riccha lived in Singapore before moving to Ho Chi Minh City. She loves picking up insights into cuisine from every corner of the globe. Check her out on Facebook on https://www.facebook.com/arorassassykitchen?ref=aymt_homepage_panel.
Served up with crusty tortillas, this spiced soup makes a filling lunch or warming dinner.
Quite possibly the ultimate comfort food, nothing can really top a good bowl of hearty macaroni and cheese. While classic cheddary options are divine, other combinations of cheeses and various ingredients can combine to make this classic American dish even better.
Chicken pot pie is a classic American dish — the traditional version is filled with creamy chicken and seasoned vegetables.
Rogan josh is a popular Indian dish that can be found on almost every menu in every Indian restaurant around the world. Brimming with the flavours of fennel and ginger, and marked by its striking red colour, it is indeed a celebration of all the senses. Although it’s generally seen as a North Indian dish from Kashmir, rogan josh actually has its roots in Persia.