Tamarind chutney | sweet chutney

It’s another one of the most popular chutney in north Indian household. A very simple dip with bare minimum ingredients. All it needs is soaked tamarind and jaggery and a little seasoning. RECIPE: INGREDIENTS: Tamarind: 100gms Jaggery: 100gms Salt: 1tsp Red chillies powder: a pinch Cumin powder: a pinch Dried mint powder (optional): a pinch…

Tomato Soup | Hearty and warm soup recipe|

This is one of the easiest and most popular soup recipe across the globe. Every household has a family recipe for this soup which they hold on to and take pride in . And why wouldn’t they, as it’s one of the favourite the comfort food everywhere. The recipe I share here is the one…

Pork Lasagna Recipe|Easiest Lasagna Recipe

Ohh…. that’s a beaut!! If you do not prefer pork, it can easily be replaced with minced chicken or beef, changing the cooking time accordingly. To make the marinara sauce I used in this recipe: click here. You can substitute it with store bought/ canned/ your favorite marinara sauce. This basic recipe shared above is…

Nalli Nihari | A Nawabi Mutton Curry

I’m not going to describe the meaning and history behind this gorgeously delicious and complex flavoured curry. You can easily find that on Google. What’s more important is the complex process of cooking it. Mughal cuisine is usually a long and detailed cooking with lots of different spices and ingredients involved. This one’s no exception….

Laal Maas | Rajasthan style Red Meat Curry (Mutton)

One of the most popular dish of royals of Rajasthan is their mutton curry, more popularly known as Laal Maas (translated exactly as Red Meat). Its called so by the bright red color its gravy holds which it gets from sharp and bright coloured dried red chillies of Rajasthan. It’s a very simple recipe with…

Krapow Kai | Thai style stir fried Chicken with Basil

Spending last 4years in Thailand (Bangkok) really helped me discover thai cuisine on a very basic and regional level. Before moving to Bangkok, thai cuisine was typically defined by thai green curry or thai red curry in a fancy thai restaurant back in India and the curries too were slightly modified and tempered to suit…

Hummus: three ways |Mediterranean Chickpea dip

Hummus is essentially a Mediterranean dip or spread made from chickpea, tahini, garlic and olive oil. A easy to whip dip with very few ingredients, it is also an incredibly great spread and can be used in sandwiches and wraps etc. I love putting it in my party platter too. There can be many variations…

Fish Curry | South Indian Fish Curry

A mouth watering and finger licking recipe! This recipe actually started as a quick fix for lunch on a busy afternoon, when I didn’t have much time to think and make something elaborate. I rushed through my refrigerator and pantry to see what I’ve got to whip something quick. I found frozen fish in my…

Salsa |Mexican Dip : Salsa | Salsa Spread

One of the most popular dip in Mexican food, also the most easy and quickest to make. Winner for any party is a perfect platter with assorted dips and spread and one of the most versatile is tomato basil Salsa. Goes perfectly with chips, Nachos, bread pretzels, crackers you name it. You can make many…