One Pot Chicken Surprise

By popular demand, another quick & delightful one pot meal with chicken that relies on easily available kitchen ingredients & a few green aromatics.  The showstopper is actually a secret procedural technique that lends the dish an extremely unique flavour, enhances the aroma & steals the show!!! What you waiting for? Jump straight to theContinue reading “One Pot Chicken Surprise”

Fiery Red Fried Sardines- Masala Fried Fish

Fried fish is an inherent part of almost every cuisine. Coated in a blend of spices unique to that specific region, be it just a basic salt, pepper, garlic, lime marinade or plenty of red chillies & tamarind, it is devoured with great relish by all fish lovers. Sardines, a daily consumed fish caught freshContinue reading “Fiery Red Fried Sardines- Masala Fried Fish”

Malabar Spinach Curry – Vaali Bendi

The Malabar Spinach or Vine Spinach is a climbing vine much akin to the usual spinach, except that it has very thick, edible stems. It is also called Pui Shak in Hindi/Bengali, Mayalu in Marathi, Basale Soppu in Kannada & Vaali Bhaji in Konkani. (see picture below) This plant has numerous health benefits & isContinue reading “Malabar Spinach Curry – Vaali Bendi”

Subzi Miloni – Garden Veggies in Spinach Gravy

A beautiful bouquet of mixed vegetables in a deliciously -spiced spinach-mint gravy. That’s Subzi Miloni for you. Of course, the combination of veggies is entirely up to your family’s taste – carrots, beans, baby corn, coloured bell peppers, potatoes, zucchini, mushroom-the sky is the limit! Best part is that you can add the paneer onlyContinue reading “Subzi Miloni – Garden Veggies in Spinach Gravy”

Gongura Mutton – Lamb with Sorrel Leaves

We have already spoken about delicious Gongura / Ambadi / Sorrel leaves cooked with lentils /dal in detail in my earlier post. This time I bring you a delightful meat preparation with the same naturally sour leaves. Stir fried with plenty of onions, garlic & green / red chillies to your taste, this one’s anotherContinue reading “Gongura Mutton – Lamb with Sorrel Leaves”