This is an instant pick me up for the dishes with which you need to add some spice. Using my mother’s recipe, this achaar definitely brings the spice game up.
A fool proof way to get perfectly cooked basmati rice every time.
The favourite classic salad of the Indian subcontinent.
This instant achaar is a delicious way of consuming amla (Indian gooseberries) on a regular basis.
The combination of keema and zucchini comes out super delicious. It’s a wholesome and filling dish, perfect for the weekdays.
An everyday sabzi that tastes delicious despite being simple and easy to make.
Made with flattened (and dried) rice, poha is a famous street food in India. There are different variations of poha in different regions. This one is from Bhopal.
A perfect add on to your daawat menu. This shahi zeera pulao is a great replacement for plain rice on special occasions. Serve it along any kinds of curries, sabzis or sauces.
Shahi Tukray are a dessert that is served at weddings and special events in India and Pakistan. It combines layers of bread, milk, khoya and nuts to make a harmonious dish which tastes divine.
Kala Chana aka brown chickpeas is a more nutritious cousin of the white variety of chickpeas. Its a great option to add to your Ramadan menu, be it for suhoor or for iftar.