I think I have mentioned this before that bell pepper is my favorite vegetable in this world. I can eat it anytime and with any meal. When I was a kid, we only used to get green bell peppers in India [which by the way are called...Continue reading
Before I say anything about this recipe, here’s a disclaimer – my knowledge of South Indian food is limited. Whatever recipes I share from down south are what I have tasted at restaurants or watched on TV. My mom never cooked cabbage with coconut so I don’t know how authentic this recipe of cabbage poriyal is but I have tried to recreate the same flavor that I have observed/tasted in restaurants. So not sure about the...Continue reading
Life in India is incomplete without chole (chickpeas). I seriously mean it and you will totally agree with me especially if you are from North India. They are everywhere – weddings, parties, festivals, get-together, road-side etc. If you have invited someone for lunch you are...Continue reading
I am going to share some simple recipes on my blog from now on especially Indian recipes. I thought it would help people who are new to Indian cooking. I can’t believe I have not posted a single lentil (dal) recipe on my blog when I eat it daily! So get ready for...Continue reading
Paneer Tikka Masala is a popular Indian curry where marinated pieces of paneer are simmered in a tomato based creamy curry. This dish goes extremely well with naan or paratha!
You know the most famous Indian food in the world? It’s Chicken Tikka Masala, at least that’s what I have read. You talk to anyone in UK, USA even if they wouldn’t know much about Indian food they would definitely know about chicken tikka masala. I think the...Continue reading