This Aloo Paratha recipe is what you want to try for a savoury snack or a light meal when you want something simple but a little bit more elaborate than a sandwich.
Aloo Tikki is a potato cutlet with a well-balanced aroma of spices and herbs. Enjoy it as is or as a filling in pita bread, flatbread or tortilla wrap and have it for your packed lunch and a picnic.
Keema Karela offers deliciously rich minced meat curry with a slightly bitter karela. A curry dish that can be enjoyed with naan bread or roti/ chapati as a dry-curry, or with plain rice as a luscious curry with gravy.
Rasmalai with milk powder is a cloud-like fluffy milk dumpling soaked in delicately fragranced and sweetened milk. It’s a delightful dessert that will make you want more and more.
Besan Barfi is basically chickpea fudge that tastes scrumptiously yummy thanks to the spice and the nuts. Unlike other recipes alike, this one uses much less sugar so you won’t feel guilty when you eat it more than a piece.
Dahi Baingan – the aubergine in spicy yoghurt – has a smoky bittersweet aroma from the roasted aubergine with tangy and spicy yoghurt sauce. It’s delicious to enjoy with roti/ chapati, naan bread or plain white Basmati rice.
This recipe will help you make naan bread with no yeast. Yet it’s fluffy and slightly chewy naan bread that is best to enjoy with your delicious curries. It’s easy and simple. You only need ordinary ingredients from your kitchen.
Cooking basmati rice should be easy peasy. This ultimate guide will show you how to cook basmati rice perfectly every time in various methods
Chicken seekh kabab is spicy and juicy grilled chicken mince on the skewer. It’s succulent and delicious to have as a starter with naan bread and some spicy tomato chutney.
Besan Ladoo is scrumptious sweet treat balls made of chickpea flour. This recipe will help you make this Mithai that is not too sweet so you won’t feel guilty or worried about having it.