Khasta kachori

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”

Tindora Potato Curry

Most sundays I have a cook out to use up the content of my fridge ready for a restock of fresh vegetables. I enjoy cooking with vegetables that are non standard to see what I can make. Tindora is vegetable that can be found in most indian grocerys shops. Tindora also know as ivy gourd apart from tasting amazing is a good source of Iron, Vitamin B2, B1, fibre and calcium. Give it a go and let me know what you think. Continue reading “Tindora Potato Curry”

Green Bean Curry

When you are thinking how do I ensure I get my 5 day? The answer is simple make a long green/french bean curry. In Gujarati this is called Posho nu shak. These beans are humble and full of flavour, known for being rich in fibre, potassium, magnesium calcium and vitamin A,B and C. You can add potatoes to this recipe if you like but i prefer the sweet flavour of the beans with the perfect balance of spices. Serve with paratha or chapati. Continue reading “Green Bean Curry”

Cabbage Pea Curry

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”