Boneless Chicken Biriyani

Watch my step-by-step video Biriyani is a legendary recipe from India, Pakistan and the neighboring countries. Half cooked Basmati rice is cooked with the steam from a Chicken or meat gravy and the results are delicious. Although there are many ways and techniques to make a Biriyani today I’m going to show you my potluck … Continue reading Boneless Chicken Biriyani

Biriyani Masala

View my step-by-step video Make your own Biriyani spice blend for consistent and gluten free results. This is made by grinding together black cardamoms, cinnamon, cloves, mace, peppercorns, dried fenugreek, dried pomegranate, coriander seeds, star anise and black cumin seeds. Chilli powder, Turmeric and sliced dried prunes are folded in. This is also a great … Continue reading Biriyani Masala

Chukander Gosht

View my step-by-step video Chukander is the Hindi and Urdu name for Beets and Gosht is meat. I literally stumbled upon this recipe one day while looking for a way to combine my extra beets with a meat dish. I tried a few different recipes using both beef and mutton and finally settled on a … Continue reading Chukander Gosht

Spinach Dhokla

Spring has sprung and I’m celebrating a new beginning with a fresh start on Fusia with Kin Community on What’s Your Flavor! We’re going to be preparing a healthy and protein packed Spinach Dhokla. A Dhokla is savoury steamed cake typically eaten as a snack or a hearty breakfast. It originated in the state of … Continue reading Spinach Dhokla

Tava Naans

Watch my full step-by-step recipe If I knew that making a restaurant quality naan was so easy to make, I would have shared this recipe a long time ago. Thanks to my mom’s BFF’s Aunty Mabel for sharing this recipe. It all started with a visit with my aunt. She loves to cook and at any given … Continue reading Tava Naans

Ragada Pattice

Ragda Pattice are a typical Mumbai street food snack. Potato patties are topped with a white pea also known as ‘Vatana’ curry, garnished with date and Tamarind chutney, ‘sev’ or dried lentil vermicelli and chopped Coriander. This recipe however brings back very sad memories, we recorded and documented enough footage for three videos but because … Continue reading Ragada Pattice

Kesar Peda

View my step-by-step video Indian sweets mark a celebration or festive occasion and I’m going to show you how easy it is to make one of the most popular sweets –  Kesar Peda. Like any recipe there are many different ways to making this and the end result is a fresh tasting fudge that you … Continue reading Kesar Peda

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