Pistachio Pesto on Tilapa with Red Pepper

View my step by step video I love a good pesto like the average Joe except sometimes I want a pesto that is spectacular. Pistachios have got to be the tastiest tasting nut that is out there. This would explain why they are sold shelled, unshelled, salted, unsalted and flavoured. They are expensive and must be stored in the refrigerator … Continue reading Pistachio Pesto on Tilapa with Red Pepper

Chicken Cafreal

View my step by step video Chicken Cafreal is a culinary favourite from beautiful coastal Goa. This popular chicken recipe is made by blending ingredients together like green chillies, coriander, ginger and garlic together with vinegar and tamarind marinating it overnight before it’s shallow fried. Cafreals unique blend of spices and herbs makes it unique … Continue reading Chicken Cafreal

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

Mushroom Meatloaf

Click here for my step by step video It’s getting cooler in Canada and we’re ‘ KRAVING” comfort foods again and with our kids back to school it’s nice to have leftovers for a hearty lunch. This recipe makes a hearty Mushroom Meatloaf, packed with flavour and protein and finished off with a tasty mushroom sauce. Mushrooms … Continue reading Mushroom Meatloaf

Bangalore Biriyani

View my step by step video Throughout my 18 years of married life, I’ve heard people rave about Bangalore Biriyani. During this period, I’ve learned how to cook, mastered the art and even competed in culinary competitions. I can make a pretty mean Biriyani myself, it took years of perfecting and tastes pretty good but … Continue reading Bangalore Biriyani

Jerk Chicken

View my step by step video Jerk is one of my favorite flavors and you can’t make delicious Caribbean Jerk without one hot fiery recipe and you’re in luck as I found the perfect combination of jerk goodness. It’s summer and time to fire up that BBQ! This recipe came from my good friend Mary … Continue reading Jerk Chicken

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

Schezwan Chicken

Watch my step by step video     I’ve published so many Schezwan recipes, that by now you will come to expect that it’s going to be damn good. It makes me think about our Indian Chinese cuisine that is so popular in India. Chinese food is delicious, Indian Chinese food is a whole other … Continue reading Schezwan Chicken