Sarson ka Saag

Sarson Ka Saag aka spicy mustard greens is a winter staple in Northern India. It’s usually served with makki roti (a flatbread made with maize flour), a dollop of butter and makes a nutritious meal!

If there’s one thing that I really like about Indian cooking, it’s how much we cook using seasonal ingredients. I think that is so important!

One should always cook and eat seasonal because the taste of these ingredients when they are in season is so much better than when they are not season. Like the sweet berries, they taste amazing in summers but not much during winters. Isn’t...

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Dahi Aloo

Spicy crushed potatoes dunked in a tangy yogurt curry – that’s my favorite Dahi Aloo for you!

At my home, mom made dahi aloo whenever we were bored of eating the same veggies. This was a great change to our usual meals and we really relished it.

My COOKBOOK is about to release in less than a week! I can hardly believe it!

It feels like yesterday when I signed the contract with the publishers. The next few months just flew by with testing recipes and photography. I won’t lie, writing and photographing a cookbook is tons of work!

We are talking about hundreds of...

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Matar Paneer

Make rich and creamy Matar Paneer at home with this step by step recipe!

Matar Paneer is one of the most popular paneer recipes where paneer (Indian cottage cheese) and matar (green peas) are simmered together in a luscious gravy made with tomatoes, onions and spices.

I don’t know what took me so long to share this recipe!  The combination of soft paneer and sweet green peas makes this dish one of its kind. I am sharing today how to make creamy restaurant style matar paneer at home.

As with most restaurant style recipes, the ingredient list might look a bit long...

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