Kasuri pants are back in-stock! Simple and casual, these pants are perfect to wear comfortably while going out or staying in at home. These uniquely patterned pants will immediately become your favorite.
Meisen003.In this kimono, abstracted patterns are repeated in symmetry. Although it is a digital line, since it is a technique of Kasuri, there is also an analog atmosphere.The textile technique which became the foundation of meisen is stripes and ikat. In the 16th century, striped fabrics flowed into Japan in trade with China, India and Southeast Asia, and became popular in the Edo period. Kasuri, ikat's technology was born in India, it is said to have flowed into Japan via Southeast Asia and Okinawa. This was also mass-produced in the Edo era. Both are originated from the Indian cultural sphere and can be said to be a technique that became Japanese in the Edo period. Kasuri weaves a previously dyed yarn and makes a pattern, so a unique ambiguous pattern can be made, soft.Since Kasuri has been used as a material for everyday wear, in this pattern there are few images of luxury goods. It is probably the image of Kasuri that has been positioned as casual outing clothes between formal clothing (mainly silk) and casual wear (mainly cotton).
We have restocked on our Kasuri Dresses! A simple and versatile dress you can throw on and dress down for a casual look or dress up for a formal occasion. You can find these dresses in-store or online at kirikomade.com.
This pattern mixes Kiku and Karakusa. Kiku depicts the chrysanthemum flower which represents longevity and rejuvenation. Karakusa represents the links between leaves and vines of plants. It is a symbol of eternity and sometimes a symbol for a family's legacy. There are many Karakusa patterns but the Kiku Karakusa pattern is the most popular. It is made by first placing the Kiku pattern then filling in the empty space with Karakusa.
Sorry it's taken me a while to post this blog and recipe I made these Millet and Fenugreek Flatbreads (a.k.a Thepla) as soon as I harvested the #kasuri fenugreek leaves a good few days ago and made them the next day, taking pics as I went along.........but the allotment needed my attention after the rains.
If you wish to read here's my blog and recipe ➡️link in my bio
While my main machine is in getting serviced I needed a from scratch project. I worked on the star blocks during the week and finished them last weekend, but too late for a photo. This was the best shot I could get with Miss Cleo helping! Made using @modafabrics #kasuri and #indigo ranges.
The Healthy Version Without Cream & Butter ...... Ingredients :
250 grams #paneer , cut in cubes
1 large #tomato , chopped
1 tablespoon #LemonJuice
1 tsp #ginger
5 #garlic pods
1 big #onion , #finely chopped
1/4 teaspoon red #chilipowder
2 teaspoon #coriander powder
Salt to taste
2 teaspoon #kasurimethi
1 tablespoon finely chopped #coriander /cilantro leaves
3 tablespoon #Oil /butter
3/4 & 1/2 cup Water
1 green #cardemon
1 stick #cinnamon
2 3 #greenchillies
1/4 tsp #turmeric
Whole spices :
2 green #cardamom
Cut #paneer into cubes & set aside.
Wash & chop the #tomato .
Heat 2 tablespoons butter or oil in a kadai.
Add the chopped #tomato to the pan.
Add the whole #spices .
Saute for 2 minutes.
Add minced #ginger#garlic & saute well till the raw smell goes off.
Add finely chopped #onion & saute till the onion changes color slightly or cook well the #gravy thickens.
Add #coriander power & chili powder.
Remove & blend the gravy well in a grinder mixer to get a fine #tomato puree.
Add the puree back to the pan.
Add 1/3 cups of water & bring to a boil.
Season with salt.
Add 1/2 cup more water & mix well.
Simmer till gravy thickens & reaches required consistency.
Add the paneer cubes & simmer for 2 more minutes.
Add crushed #kasuri methi & mix well.
Remove from flame.
Add chopped cilantro leaves, lemon juice & mix well gently without breaking the paneer cubes.
Serve paneer lababdar hot with rice /roti /puri /parantha / rice or pulao.