Want to get the perfect shami kababs every time? This is the recipe to follow.
This broth based biryani is incredibly aromatic and flavourful without being spicy. It has been a part of every special occasion for me growing up in Aligarh.
Chunks of beef cooked in a thick tomato and paprika based broth. This stew has a rustic character and dates back to centuries.
This beef stew is a Eid specialty and also often used to be a main item for daawats (events) at our home back in India.
These rolls are my go to, for times when I want something quick and easy. They are also great for those ramadan days when you feel drained and do not want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. I also love to pack these and take away for trips, as they are healthy and fulfilling and not messy to eat.
These are my mother-in-laws famous beef kababs that are eggless and gluten-free. These freezer-friendly kababs are juicy, succulent and full of flavor.
A spicy, onion based curry, which uses whole spices and unusual cooking techniques. Sharing a very treasured recipe today. This is not only special because it is my late grandmother’s recipe but also because this is something that you would not find at any Indian restaurant.
This is the easiest chili recipe ever. It doesn’t require any chopping or prepping. You throw all the ingredients together in an instant pot and open to find them magically transformed into a warm and delicious chili con carne.
You need not miss biryani even when you are avoiding carbs. Because here comes the cauli biryani, satisfying those biryani cravings.
Melt-in-your-mouth meatballs soaked into a flavorful broth, with chunks of carrot and spinach. And if that’s not enough, those tiny bits of pasta will complete the Italian vibes.