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1 monika December 8, 2008 at 5:56 pm

hi sunita, i always liked sunita`s world. it truly reflects your talents, be it in cooking, writing, photography, time management and may be more.
all the best. hope to see you again on the cycle path.

Hi Monika, it’s really nice to see you here…looking forward to meeting you again :-)


2 Ruby December 12, 2008 at 8:22 pm

you have really some yummy recipes.

Thank you :-)


3 Kashmira December 24, 2008 at 8:07 am

Hi Sunita,
The Think Spice roundup links don’t seem to work :(


Thanks for letting me know…they’ve been fixed :-)


4 Siri December 25, 2008 at 7:58 pm

Hey Sunita,

It has been a while that I visited your page and I am absolutely thrilled to see this new home of yours. All the recipes looks lovely as always..:)

Happy Holidays.


Siri, it’s so nice to see you here again. Glad you like my new home.
Happy holidays to you too :-)


5 Vibha Garg January 27, 2009 at 4:25 am

Hi Sunita,
I am a big fan of your site. I wanted to try your ‘Coffee banana Cake’.
I stay in India and wanted to know by what name would I be able to get musscovado sugar. Is it same as dark colored jaggery?


6 Sunita January 27, 2009 at 6:25 am

Hi Vibha, glad you like my humble world. If you do not find muscovado sugar, then use any other dark brown sugar.


7 mamta jain January 15, 2011 at 7:47 am

I would like to get some recipes of eggless icing.& bread making at home.


8 Jaya February 21, 2009 at 8:06 pm

Hi Sunita,

You had made this amazing looking pasta dish with an almond vegetable sauce (I think) back during your blogspot days. I can’t seem to find that recipe here. Am I just missing it, or is it not included in your site?

Thanks in advance!


9 Sunita February 22, 2009 at 5:30 am

Hi Jaya,

Please check in the recipe index tab on my navbar (pasta)…I think you’re talking about the pasta with an almond, roasted red pepper and tomato sauce.


10 K.Prasad February 22, 2009 at 2:34 pm

Hi Sunita,

I would have loved to see Indian dishes like Uttapa ..

I just loved your dishes….especially fish..also like to see fishes other than salmon….I did not find variety

I am getting soo hungry…hate you :)

You should try your own restaurant ..surely work..


11 Seema March 24, 2009 at 9:41 pm

Hi Sunits, I have gone through your site and loved all the dishes that you bake- it’s so creative and very appetizing to say in the least, also I like reading your posts.

Your website is also very nice. i have just started blogging and do drop by my website at



12 Manju May 7, 2009 at 7:06 am

HI Sunitha
Am a regular visitor to your all your recipes are yummy i have tried some of them. Could you pls post the recipes for Rajma curry and Dal makhani recipes some dishes for roti.

Thanks in advance


13 Jeet Saikia June 10, 2009 at 10:32 am


I am sudeshna’s friend. Have seen your site today. Itz wonderfull. Wud like to know more about spices which is not available in India.


Jeet Saikia,


14 Manju June 12, 2009 at 9:06 am

Hi Sunitha

Can you pls post the recipe for Biscuit Pudding.
Thanks in advance


15 Jill July 4, 2009 at 11:22 am

Hi Sunita, really enjoyed your food blog. Can’t wait to sample some of your cooking. Please can we have a nut free and egg free cake recipe. Rhea is allergic to both. love Jill


16 Sunita July 4, 2009 at 12:38 pm

Jill, it’s nice to see you here.
As for the cake for li’l Rhea, will think of something.


17 Hélène July 25, 2009 at 5:39 am

On your last post there was nowhere where I could leave you a comment. That curry dish is looking so yummy.


18 indian forum August 16, 2009 at 10:27 am

Keep blogging,really like the flow in your blog posts!.


19 Karthika September 1, 2009 at 9:16 pm

Hi Sunita,

Do you know of any yeast substitutes that work? I cant stand the smell of yeast so I am looking for substitutes, I tried a few on googling but those didn’t yield good results. If you know of any, please let me know about it.



20 Sunita September 1, 2009 at 9:18 pm

Sorry Karthika, I haven’t used any yeast substitutes yet. Will let you know if I find any.


21 Dr. Sunil Kr. Saikia September 12, 2009 at 5:17 pm

Dear Sunita,
Thank you very much for attempting to popularise Assamese Food in all over the world. I sincerely appreciate your attempt . We need more people like you who can contribute in various areas of Assamese culture before the world audience. I have been also writing large numer of articles on Assamese Food Habits, NE Food Habits, Travalouge, Management articles in various forums. My humble suggestion is that if possible try to collect as many as indegeneous food habits alone with the benefits of taking a particular food item. Pl. do some research in such areas. Anyway I salute you & thank you again. With warm regards, Yours Dr. Sunil Saikia, Guwahati


22 Sunita September 13, 2009 at 9:01 am

Thank you so much for the words of encouragement.

What I have here, are what I have grown up eating, what I feed my family and friends, or my experiments with food. I would, of course love to do more research, as far as Assamese food is concerned; in fact, it has been a dream of mine. But, being away from Assam and other family commitments means that I am a bit restricted. But, then, maybe someday! Anyway, thanks again for dropping by and leaving your mark.


23 khadish September 26, 2009 at 8:43 pm

hi sunita this is just to let u no that ur site is good.. did u make the software of ur site or u got it done for u.. n do u upload every weeks additions ur self…so where bouts r u in uk..n u have done ne cooking/baking course??


24 Binu October 15, 2009 at 1:07 am

Hi Sunita,
All your recipes are healthy and children friendly. I tried your apple teacake. This was the first time I used honey in place of sugar when baking, children enjoyed it and now it is part of their lunch box.


25 Sunita October 15, 2009 at 6:50 am

Binu, glad your children loved the cake :-)


26 darshan October 16, 2009 at 5:37 pm

Hope the festival of lights enlightens your home and heart with peace and serenity. Wishing you loads of joy and happiness on Diwali.——————————————————————————–


27 Sunita October 16, 2009 at 10:07 pm

Thank you for your wishes; the same to you and yours too


28 sanjeeta kk November 5, 2009 at 12:17 pm

Hi Sunita,

Got to browse your site while surfing on the net for recipes. Great presentation and simply awesome pictures. How I wish those cookies to jump out of my system ! Very nice pictures and readings.
I am sanjeeta kk from chennai and share almost the same profile and thoughts of yours.
Started a web site recently to keep my passion for food alive. Would like to get in touch with you and share ideas and thoughts about food & health. Hope to hear from you soon.
Best wishes and regards. Take care,
sanjeeta kk


29 Vibha Garg November 6, 2009 at 5:19 pm

Hi Sunita,

Just wnted to check one quick thng.
I have tried almost all chicken recipes from ur blogs n all hve cme out 2 b awesome.
All r fan at home already!
But now m feelin that chicken section is gettin a bit neglected ;) .
I just wnted to try smethn new, smethn lke smoked chicken wth charcoal n all..
pls help me out…few guests of mine r cmin 2morrrow n i just wnt to treat thm wth smethn new. !

Pls..pls..update that section wth few more recipes!! :)


30 Sunita November 7, 2009 at 2:07 pm

Hi Vibha, I haven’t made any new reciopes with chicken recently. Plan torectify that soon, i hope :-)

As for your immediate request, I’m not sure if it will help that much, but probably you could refer to this post-


31 Saraswathi December 3, 2009 at 10:01 am

Hi Sunita, First time here you have a great site and very nice recipes. Do drop in when time permits.
Checkout the events at thanks


32 ashish chopra February 25, 2010 at 1:17 am

I love your blog.I for sure will follow it on a regular basis and it goes on my list of favourites.
Keep writing .


33 Yamini June 25, 2010 at 11:14 am

Hi Sunita,
I love the new look of your blog – all the elements are very nicely put together in a very reader-friendly format. and as always, every post is really wonderful with drool-worthy pics :) cheers!


34 Rashida July 7, 2010 at 11:33 am

Dear Sunita,

Your inspiring lunch recipe was very delicious and easy. Thanks.


35 Maegha Sharma August 12, 2010 at 5:45 am

Hiiii Sunita Ba!! It was rilly rilly nice n i luvd ur blog….Wotched Rengoni n Agastyha’s video also…it was awesum..Great goin,,Gonna try ur marmalade sponge cake nw…newys,, tc n lukin forward to many of ur recipies… :)
With love,,
Maegha :) )


36 Andrew Mclaughlin August 29, 2010 at 4:59 pm

Hi Sunita,
We were inspired by your recipe for ‘Ma’s mung dal’ in the Guardian, and this led us to your website. What a brilliant source of information about Indian cooking, and how positively your readers have responded.
My wife Cathy really enjoys breadmaking, and authentic spicy dishes and is keen to try out some of these recipes.
Just one minor query, you regularly use ‘cups’ as a measure for dry ingredients, but cups seem to come in so many different sizes, and recipes refer to Enlish, Australian, or even American cups! She is worried that this will lead to insufficient or excessive quantities. Do you have an equivalent volume which we can use that will be equal to one of the cups you use?
Thanks for your help on this and keep up the excellant work. We will feedback after trying each recipe.
Best wishes.

Andrew & Cathy


37 Sunita August 30, 2010 at 9:39 pm

Hi Andrew and Cathy, thanks so much for your kind words, glad that you are liking this space.

As for the measurements, I understand your apprehensions and I will give an equivalent of my cup measurements very soon.



38 Paramita Dey December 1, 2010 at 4:47 pm

Hi Sunita,
I love your blog and while reading them,I can picturise a cozy home with the smell of baking providing the warmth and a mom huddled with two lovely kids at the fireplace waiting for the dad.
I love to cook for family and friends but am not very confident of baking.After going thru your recipes ,I feel confident enough to try them at least.
Btw,I am an ex-Cottonian(English Dept.) .I have sent you a friend request in FB.Keep blogging!!


39 Priya January 12, 2011 at 3:28 am

Hi Sunitha!

Love your website! all the recipes are easy to make, I do a lot of cooking and baking for my family and friends, I had a small query.
How do I avoid the smell of egg in cakes, I have tried using honey in the batter however it does not seem to help.
I am a vegetarian and end up not eating all my yummy cakes(with eggs) coz of the smell :( please help!!!


40 Tara February 1, 2011 at 6:57 am

Hello Sunita~

I wanted to thank you for your blog and for a particular recipe that will have me coming back to you for more ideas in the future.

I just came across your blog today looking for an egg-less lemon cake recipe for cupcakes. I found your mini lemon bundts. I wanted to bake and went to my fridge… No eggs. : ( Ice on the roads outside so I wound’t be driving to go get eggs. After reading a few recipes I decided yours sounded the best. I must admit that your blog also attracted’s very pretty.

I made your mini lemon bunts as cupcakes with the glaze and we LOVED them! I substituted melted butter for oil and used all purpose flour, as that it what I had on hand. They turned out moist,sweet and wonderful. I would never think there were no eggs in them by how light and moist they are. I will make these even when I do have eggs. My vegetarian friends are going to love them!

Thank you!

I subscribed to you on youtube. Your videos are really great. I hope you make more.

Take care-blessings-Tara


41 Sunita February 1, 2011 at 1:20 pm

Thanks Tara, glad you are liking this space :-)


42 Sarah March 12, 2011 at 10:25 pm

You are a lemon curd genius! Just made this and was thankful for the lack of butter as I didn’t have any and like you, I keep sneaking in the fridge for “just a taste!” I’m serving this with Meyer lemon scones…thanks again for a lovely recipe!


43 Radhika August 30, 2011 at 4:29 pm

Hi Sunita,
I stumbled upon your blog while looking for Assamese recipes. Loved your blog, and am going to be a follower :)
I am Telugu married to an Assamese. I love most of my mother-in-law’s dishes, she makes yummy food. And we have a big Assamese group here in Ontario, Canada. It’d be nice if I can cook some authentic Assamese food for them atleast once.
Also, saw your latest post about your daughter, she is very pretty… God bless your kids…
Best wishes and nice meeting you through your blog.


44 Sunita August 31, 2011 at 8:56 am

Hi Radhika, thanks for your kind words and wishes, glad that you are liking it here. Hope you find this place useful.


45 Smitha September 6, 2011 at 12:54 am

Hi Sunita,

I was blog hopping and came across your blog. This is the first time I have come across a Assamese blog. Would love to see more Assamese recipes. Enjoyed reading it.


46 shahin November 9, 2011 at 10:11 am

hi sunita

thankyou so much for all the wonderful recipes. i’m always on the look out for new ideas. i was searching the net for palak murgh recipes, and had tried variations of several. found your version and its perfect! hubby very happy too! always a bonus!!


47 Gitartha Pathak April 2, 2012 at 4:08 am

Tumar website -to sai khub bhal lagil.
I live in Dallas, USA with my wife and daughter.
I like cooking & I do experiment with food a lot.
Liked your receipes a lot.


48 Abu Zabed Ullah April 28, 2012 at 11:42 pm

Hi Sunita,
I was born and brought up in Guwahati and currently residing in Columbus, Ohio along with my wife. She is American and I have an uphill task of teaching her the language, customs and cuisines . The recipes and the cooking videos in your blog shall help. Thank you and keep up the good work!

- Dipu


49 Sunita May 3, 2012 at 10:23 am

You are most welcome, glad you like my space.


50 Sudha May 11, 2012 at 7:44 pm

Hi Sunita, Hope you are doing well ! I love your reading your posts and trying out your recipes. I have been a silent follower for the past 3 years! Why havent you updated your site since new year? Really miss your posts ! My love to Rengoni & Agasthya. God bless you and your lovely little family.


51 Meena June 30, 2012 at 11:56 am

Hi Sunita,

I’ve been a faithful follower of your blog. You are a great inspiration. need a help from you. Next weekend, i have to prepare 100 pieces of eggless cakes for my daughters school function. As it is for the school, it has to be nuts free. Can you help me with the measurements and the recipe? IF you can send me the details in a mail to the address provided. it will be of great help. My address is

Thanks and regards,


52 Rana Sarmah August 22, 2012 at 8:35 am

like your thekera tenga article.


53 Dev September 24, 2012 at 8:34 pm

Hi Sunita,
My name is Dev, I am from Nepal, Living in Rotherham. I am looking to start a blog on Nepalese food. A quick questions: which camera do you use on your shoot ? (the picture quality I think is great !) Do you use any picture enhancement software ?
Thanks for sharing your world.


54 Sunita September 29, 2012 at 8:47 pm

Hi Dev,

Glad you like my world.
I use a Nikon D40; a pretty basic DSLR, which has served me for more than six years now. I use the editing software that came along with the camera.
Hope this helps and all the best with your new blog. Nepalese food sounds great!



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