This dish is flavoured with a hint of bay leaf and enriched with a little olive oil instead of butter. In classic German fashion, serve it with sausage.
Crispy outside and tender inside, these golden bites are irresistible. Adding bacon, onion and green capsicum adds a twist to the classic recipe.
Use fresh mushrooms for this dish. They add a wonderfully concentrated flavour to this fast and easy dish. Serve with creamy pasta and a tender tomato salad. Delicious!
My husband enjoys bharta and honestly I sometimes I don't have time to roast the baigan in the oven or stove for over an hour so over the years I have cheated and developed this quick bharta recipe.
This is a quick and easy recipe to make if you are in a rush for dinner!
This 'Safed Gosht' is my father-in-law’s recipe. He loves strong flavours and cooks this curry with lots of garam masala and garlic. This year, I'll cook it for him and Papa. Happy Father's Day!
This is a side dish cooked mainly in rural Western India. Simple to make and a good accompaniment with chapatis or naans. Serve hot or cold.
A very simple and tasty south Indian salad.
Here's my version of lassi, also used as a light dessert in summer.
Very healthy and superb tasty kheer ,cashew nut kheer Mouth watering kheer,once you eat feel like eating again n again hmmmmmm ahhhhhhhh yammyyyyyyy
Besan halwa is a rich, sweet, traditional Punjabi favourite for celebrations and puja. It's also great for curing sore throats.
A fancy dish of soaked rice, milk and nuts.
This quick and easy recipe was shared by my friend Manesh Singh. He has been cooking professionally for years now and is coming up with a cookbook soon.
I have always LOVED carrot murrabba. This is my mom's recipe. The carrots in this recipe are perfect- neither too crunchy nor too soft. Coated with syrup, they are jewel red, glistening like sticks of rubies. The crushed cardamom brings another dimension to the flavour.
A friend brought this lovely salad to our pot luck over the weekend. This is really easy to make and is a classic in Romania.
This is a quick and easy version of the Punjabi classic 'Gajar pag'. When I was a child, this dish was one of my favourite things in the world!
This is a tangy, sweet-sour curry made with mango and jeera. I love it with rice. You can use either raw or ripe mangoes, as long they're juicy. This dish has thin gravy, so better to nor serve with chapatis.
A mouth watering tasty snack sold on the street side. If you want to eat a healthy version of this at home, this is how you make it.
This is a very tasty chutney, prepared in moments in the mixie. I've used lemon juice, coriander, green chilli, peanuts and ginger. Serve in raita, soups, with papad, rice, chapati, paronthi... It adds a kick to anything!
Give yourself a break from the usual tomato gravies and make this wonderful uncooked sauce with fresh garden tomatoes. Just make pasta and dinner's ready!