Red Velvet Dhokla

View my step-by-step video               A Dhokla to put it simply if you’re never had it before is a savory cake. This is a typical Indian snack and is also eaten as a quick breakfast or with other meals and originated in Gujarat in India. The most common type … Continue reading Red Velvet Dhokla

Paneer Aloo Paratha

View my step-by-step video           Paneer Aloo Paratha makes a great meal. Paneer and Potato is spiced and stuffed into roti dough and cooked. Print Yum Paneer Aloo Paratha Ingredients400 gms Paneer ½ cup diced Onion 1 tbsp green Chilli ¼ cup Curry leaves 1 tsp each Ginger and Garlic paste … Continue reading Paneer Aloo Paratha

Spinach Chana Dhal – Dhal Palak

View my step-by-step video Chana dhal is high in fiber and is low in cholesterol and really good for you. There are lots of other health benefits, just google it and be amazed. It’s a great eaten with rice or roti, perfect paired with meat, fish, chicken or other veggies. It’s also deeeelicious! This dhal … Continue reading Spinach Chana Dhal – Dhal Palak

Aloo Poha – Spicy & Potato Flat Rice

View my step-by-step video                 Poha is flattened rice and prepared in most parts of India. In Maharashtra, it’s served for breakfast with cubes of potato and spices. I grew up in boarding school and Poha was something we were served at least once a week. This version … Continue reading Aloo Poha – Spicy & Potato Flat Rice

Batatawadas, Bondas or Potato Ball

View my step by step video                       This delicious street snack Batatawada or Bonda is a Aloo or Potato ball that is deep fried in a chick pea batter. It’s crispy and gluten free. These are found all over India, especially in Mumbai where is … Continue reading Batatawadas, Bondas or Potato Ball

Tandoori Chicken Roulade

View my step-by-step video         This exciting fusion recipe for Tandoori Chicken Roulade features Chicken breast marinated in Tandoori Masala, and stuffed with a Spinach and Paneer mixture. This takes the roulade to a whole other level. I’m always thinking of new and exciting ways to spin old recipes. Tandoori Chicken is … Continue reading Tandoori Chicken Roulade

Samosa Pinwheels

View my step-by-step video           These Samosa pinwheels have well, reinvented the wheel. Same great Samosa taste in a different format perfect to make ahead and great to serve at your holiday soiree, game night or as a snack. The holiday season is upon us and I’m looking for great freeze … Continue reading Samosa Pinwheels

Raan – Leg or Lamb Roast

View my step-by-step video                       This Lamb leg roast can also be prepared with Mutton or Goat. Meat is marinated in a rich blend of Mughlai spices and then roasted in an oven. This is served carved with roast potatoes and a delicious and easy … Continue reading Raan – Leg or Lamb Roast

Chana Chole

View my step-by-step video           Some recipes just make you want to go balle balle!!!! Punjabi dishes in Indian cuisine are crazy popular and for good reason. From Parantas to garma garam Tandoori Chicken we are always left wanting more. Their Chana or Chole is no exception. Made famous by the … Continue reading Chana Chole

Rogan Josh

View my step-by-step video           In memory of Sunanda Pushkar Menon My memories of Rogan Josh takes me back to my Dubai days with my boss and friend Sunanda Pushkar Menon. She was a proud Kashmiri and would present her Rogan Josh at every potluck gathering. We used to joke that … Continue reading Rogan Josh