Gajar ka halwa is a slow-cooked dessert from Pakistan and India. It’s a delightful dessert to enjoy either hot or cold.
This chicken biryani rice is simple and easy to make. Traditionally enjoyed for celebration and special occasions, this chicken biryani can also be your comfort dish
Khaman dhokla is a steamed savoury cake made of gram flour/ chickpea flour and is flavoured with spicy and lemony oil. It is a traditional Gujarati dish that is now popular among Pakistani and Indian cuisines.
Kitchari is thick rice porridge/ congee cooked with legumes or lentils and whole spices. Kitchari mung beans taste like soft overcooked rice with spice aroma and rich flavour of mung beans.
This aubergine curry is delicious to eat with roti/ chapati, naan bread, pitta bread or flatbread. It’s easy and quick to make.
Aloo palak is a delicious spinach and potato curry that you can enjoy with roti/ chapati, naan bread, or pitta bread. But, you can also have this vegan dish with plain rice, or any other rice dish such biryani, or pilau rice.
Cucumber tomato salad with spicy dressing is one salad that you want to enjoy after having rich food such as chicken kebabs or lamb burger or meat curries. But, having said that, the salad is delicious to enjoy as is. Without any other excuses apart from loving the taste.
Rujak Serut is tangy and spicy Indonesian sweet potato slaw with tamarind dressing. It’s delicious as is or as a salad on the side.
Lauki gosht is meat and bottle gourd curry that is cooked in well-balanced spices. It’s delicious to enjoy with roti/ chapati, naan bread or pitta bread
These Indonesian sweet potato balls have a slightly chewy texture. They are called Kolak Biji Salak which you enjoy with brown sugar syrup and drizzle of creamy coconut milk. They’re delicious for dessert or just afternoon snack. Yummy.