It’s all about mushrooms: How to clean, store, cook and serve?
Sweet Potato and Spinach Sabzi
This is a very versatile sabzi which is often there in my fridge. It could be put to use in a number of ways.
Hungarian Beef Goulash
Chunks of beef cooked in a thick tomato and paprika based broth. This stew has a rustic character and dates back to centuries.
Beef Stew (Indian Style)
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.
Everyday Simple Chicken ka Shorba (Chicken Curry)
A mildly spiced, easy to make curry. Perfect for your everyday meals.
Simple Everyday Egg Bhurji (Khagina- Indian Style Scrambled Eggs)
Onion, tomatoes and a handful of spices make for a delicious scrambled style eggs. I gave my own twist here by adding some paneer (Indian cottage cheese) which is optional.
Simple Everyday Sabzi- Beans Aaloo (Green beans with potatoes)
This is the simplest, yet most delicious way to cook sabzi (vegetable) that you might come across. I love the combination of green beans with potatoes with flavours of garlic and chili.
Akhni (Regional Indian Wedding Speciality)
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.
No Butter-Butter Chicken
Who says that you can’t make a butter chicken without butter. This creamy and smooth no butter version is as good as the butter loaded one, with way less calories. Serve it along cauliflower rice and enjoy your guilt free meal.
How to make Cauliflower Rice?
Cauliflower rice can serve as a low carb, low calorie base for curries and sauces. It’s a great substitute for rice for people who are watching their calories or following a particular diet like keto, paleo, Whole30 etc.