For all the paneer lovers out there. My first memory of having Paneer Makhani was about 20 years ago near Christmas time in Kaalash Manchester. Warning this is an addictive dish full of flavour, calories and should only be eaten on a cheat day!!!
Most indians hate wasting food, this is one of them meals that is quick and easy. When you have left over wraps or chapati (indian flat bread) make this delicious dish. It
is an amazing meal for breakfast or supper, the ginger and spice make it very homely and warming, the wraps makes it filling.
These are amazing snacks, you can make them on batch and freeze them and then just fry them as and when you need them! Serve them with chutney or yogurt depending on how spicy you like it. Continue reading “Kachori Spicy balls”
This is a super simple curry that you can make with very simple ingriedients. Cauliflower has an impressive array of nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other phytochemicals. I make this atleast once a week its one of the best meals to have after a good work out at the gym, IMHO. Give it a go and let me know what you think. Continue reading “Cauliflower Pea Curry”
This is one of them dishes that makes you want to lick the bowl after wishing that you had made more. I do love corn on the cob with a dash of butter and lime however this takes the same humble cob to the next level! Continue reading “Sweetcorn Curry”
This is a dish I remember having as a child and I am always transported back to my child hood when I make this. I remember my mum making me many hot chappatis while I ate as of this as I could. The guar bean or cluster bean have a narrow long body and tiny pods. They are packed full of nutritious goodness proteins, soluble fibre, Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, foliates, and abundant with carbohydrates, and high in phosphorous, calcium, iron, potassium. I challenge you to make this and not smile when you eat it! Continue reading “Cluster beans potato curry”
This is a gluten free , vegan and super comforting dish that is ideal for a simple and savory weekend breakfast or as a yummy snack. The Gujarati name for this dish is Bateta Poha, poha is easy to digest, rich in iron and provides you with a full feeling far longer than a stick of celery would! If you do not want to have double carbs you can make this without the potatoes, Give it a go and I assure you it will change your breakfast forever! Continue reading “Flattened rice and potatoes”
So I know what you are thinking cabbage and curry! EH! In Gujarati this is called Gobi Matar nu shak. Its pretty easy to make and the crunch of the cabbage and the sweetness of the peas makes it an amazing combination. I am not sure why but it does taste better the next day after you reheat it. I am guessing its something to do with the flavours being soaked up into the vegetables more. You will not know what you are missing till you try. Continue reading “Cabbage Pea Curry”
This is my tried and trusted spicy rice. Its quick and simple to make. It might be something genetic from my Indian heritage, I really hate wasting food so I usually make this when I have left over rice, I am hungry and confused and want something substantial that packs a punch. You can add more vegetables such as peas, sweetcorn and mushrooms. Give it a go make it your own and send me snaps of how yours turns out. Continue reading “Spicy Rice”
Another secret recipe from the family recipe treasure chest, a rich paneer dish that is very addictive so be warned! It goes amazing with nan bread and will warm you up in this cold weather. If you are a fan of Paneer this is a must make dish. Continue reading “Paneer Makhani”