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!!!
There are many ready made packets of Indian tea out there, however there is nothing like a cup of freshly made India tea as the days get colder! Give this a go you will never make do with the ready made packets again.
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.
I got inspired to make this after eating somthing similar as streetfood in waterloo. Warning you will not be able to just eat one! You can add other things as toppings such as pomegrate, corriander, chillies. I made this today and there was non left and lots of smiling faces. Continue reading “Khasta kachori”
Aubergine is one of the most misunderstood vegetables. When you see a whole aubergine in the shops next time be ready to grab it and bring it home. This is a quick and easy recipe that will make you join the aubergine appreciation society!! Continue reading “Aubergine”
In my opinion this can be eaten any time of the day and yes even breakfast. I have fond childhood memories of eating sambaro at Gujarati weddings for breakfast. This recipe is simple quick moorish and comes packed full of flavour. Continue reading “carrot cabbage sambaro”
This was the first curry I made, I still have fond memories of cooking this at 2am after a night out with friend, to fill a hunger hole. Its very quick to make but packs a tasty punch, you can also add other vegetables such as potatoes. Give it a go and let me know the results…
This was a recipe shared by Jalpa. Her chilli paneer is renowned for being amazing amongst friends and family. I am looking forward to tasting it first hand! This can be served as a starter or a main (if main, I suggest accompanying with naan).
This is a recipe I have taken a few months to perfect. Its perfect for winter when you want something earthy and filling to warm you up. A bowl of this will definitely do that.
I look forward to hearing your comments.
Enjoy and cook with passion.
So on my travels to Mombasa Kenya I came across masala chips, they are pretty quick to make and gives the humble chip an amazing lift. Give it a go and let me know what you think.