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”

Multani Mutton Saagwala – Lamb in Spinach

A popular robust lamb delicacy from the region of Multan, in the state of Punjab, Pakistan. This aromatic curry is a heavenly combination of pureed spinach & moist, tender chunks of meat in a richly spiced curry sauce, reminiscent of North Indian flavours. The addition of fresh spinach and mustard oil, the north Indian wayContinue reading “Multani Mutton Saagwala – Lamb in Spinach”

Lahori Dal Gosht – Meat n’ Lentil Curry

A sumptuous spicy, rich brown aromatic lamb & lentil curry is the answer to all your prayers this week as we come to an end of the holy month of Ramadan fasting and celebrate with Eid-Ul-Fitr! Firstly, Eid Mubarak to all my lovely friends celebrating, may the Almighty bless our Universe with a virus-free world,Continue reading “Lahori Dal Gosht – Meat n’ Lentil Curry”

Spaghetti Bolognese

Kickstart your weekend with this easy-to-cook, ideal weekend dinner for kids and adults alike! A sizzling hot n’ slurrpy meal that appeals to vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike, quick to whip up and soo good to eat. I assure you this is one dish you will make on repeat, if you aren’t already doing so! Mmm..mouthContinue reading “Spaghetti Bolognese”

Almost A One Pot – Parsi Chicken Dhansak

Chaalo ji, Jamva Chalo Baddha! Navroze Mubarak to all my dear Parsi and Irani friends all over the world. Jamshedi Navroze (new day) is celebrated as Parsi New Year the world over & officially marks the beginning of Spring and also the beginning of the year in the Persian calendar. Named after the ancient legendaryContinue reading “Almost A One Pot – Parsi Chicken Dhansak”