Chicken Korma – Tender chicken in a creamy gravy

Watch my step-by-step video When it comes to a Korma recipe, there are so many variations from the use of yogurt, cream, nut pastes and coconut cream. Some gravies are dark and earthy and others are light and creamy. This recipe uses cashew nut paste that makes this gravy creamy and luxurious. If you love … Continue reading Chicken Korma – Tender chicken in a creamy gravy

Vindaloo or Vindalho paste

Watch my step-by-step video If you’re familiar with Indian food, you must know that Vindaloo is one of the most famous curries from Goa. With it’s origins from Portugal, the cuisine from Goa is famous for it’s curries made with a combination of chillies, spices and vinegar. This Vindaloo recipe is my mom’s. Kashmiri Chillies … Continue reading Vindaloo or Vindalho paste

Mild Chicken Curry With Yogurt

Watch my step-by-step video Eating a chicken curry doesn’t have to have you breathing fire like a dragon. This curry is mildly spiced and finished with yogurt. Print Yum Chicken Curry With Yogurt Ingredients1 whole chicken cut into pieces Juice of half a lemon 2 tsps of ginger and garlic paste 1 tsp each turmeric, … Continue reading Mild Chicken Curry With Yogurt

Fish Caldine or Caldinho

Watch step-by-step video I am originally from Goa, so I love to make dishes that I’ve tasted growing up. This Fish Caldine or Caldinho as it’s known to the Portuguese purists, can also be prepared with Shrimp or Veggies is a mild and mellow curry compared to many other more fiery Goan curries. Typically local … Continue reading Fish Caldine or Caldinho

Jhinga Makhni – Shrimp cooked in a buttery curried gravy

View my step-by-step video Jhinga Makhani is a very popular Indian curry where Jhinga or Shrimp is cooked in a well balanced buttery gravy. I learned how to make this gravy from the very talented Sanjay Thumma of vahrehvah.com.  This base gravy is so delicious that you can use this to also make fish, crab … Continue reading Jhinga Makhni – Shrimp cooked in a buttery curried gravy

Prawn Masala

 View my step-by-step video instructions As long as I can remember, Prawn and Shrimp have been the center of our family’s menu. My father’s side of the family comes from Goa surrounded by beaches so seafood is always the protein of choice. My mom’s side are based in Mumbai, also on the coast and famous … Continue reading Prawn Masala

Murgh Methi – Chicken Cooked in Fenugreek

View my step by step video What fascinates me about Fenugreek (Methi in Hindi), is that the seeds are considered a spice, the leaves are considered a vegetable and when the leaves are dried, they are considered a spice! Inspired by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s recipe, Chicken is simmered in a delicious blend of three states … Continue reading Murgh Methi – Chicken Cooked in Fenugreek

Thai Red Curry Chicken

Watch my step by step video Every great Thai red curry recipe starts with a luxurious paste made with red chillies, lemongrass, galangal, shallots, coriander roots, kaffir lime leaves and zest, fish sauce and shrimp or crab paste. Most grocery stores now carry both red and green curry paste, but if you want to make … Continue reading Thai Red Curry Chicken