Dal Makhni is an Indian (Punjabi) Dish, it’s popular and found in every Indian restaurant in the world. This delightful treat tastes so good, you’d want to have it again and again.
This post is dedicated to all those who emailed me and asked many questions about Indian Roti (Chapati). Why the roti is not soft? Why it does not puff? And so on.
Don’t be fooled by the name (Quick Beef Curry), this curry tastes authentic. It got everything a good curry has and more. The beef is tender and the spice mix is just right.
The other day I went out with friends, we walked around the mall, bought few things, I mean everything! I love shopping it heals 🙂 … We sat in a coffee shop, but while there, the smell of cinnamon hit me. I was sipping coffee and craving Indian tea. Did […]
This post is dear to me since I’m dedicating it to my friend Zainab. She is from Pakistan and saying that means she is very particular about the flavor of food. Zainab is used to spicy and flavorful food, but at the same time, likes to keep things light. I […]
Every time it rains, I crave for samosa accompanied by a strong Indian tea but It’s not raining here and I don’t need an excuse to enjoy yummy baked aloo samosa 🙂
I get no credit for this recipe of Mallur Chicken. It was given to me by Chef Damodaran. He is an Indian Chef who also happened to be in Guinness World Records.
My first experience with Lachcha Paratha was no doubt pleasant. This crispy-layered version of paratha made me enjoy thick Indian gravies a lot more than I used to. Lachcha Paratha holds much flavor than the regular paratha. You can have an omelet with this bread and it will taste much […]
Why Spicy Beef Kebab?! I can’t tell you how many versions of Kebabs, I have tried in my entire life. The Iranian versions, Arabic, and of course countless Indian versions. Since I mentioned that I have to say that I’ve enjoyed all of them so far. Today I’m sharing an […]
Palak Paneer is an Indian vegetarian dish. There are two stars in this recipe, the spinach and the cheese (Paneer). Palak paneer is creamy in texture and usually served with paratha or chapati on the side.
In an older post I have shared a recipe for making ricotta cheese. Paneer or some call it Indian Cottage Cheese, tastes almost the same as ricotta. It is a straightforward recipe, and hardly takes time, let’s learn how to make Paneer.
If you don’t know what Rasgullas are, then let me add to your knowledge, it’s cheese balls! I’m not kidding. These Rasgullas are made from Paneer, which is actually Ricotta Cheese. When I was a kid, I used to think that this dessert is made from egg whites, since it’s […]