Classic Creme Brulee

Watch step-by-step video The very first time I tried Creme Brulee at a friends engagement, I was blown away. The cracked sugar and creamy cold custard left a lasting impression on my mind. Over the years, when given a chance, I would always order this heavenly dessert. I finally got around to trying and perfecting … Continue reading Classic Creme Brulee

Turkey Meatballs with herbs, spices, cheese & nuts

Watch my step-by-step video This meatball encompasses all the flavors of a stereotypical Christmas or Thanksgiving meal all in one bite. Ground Turkey is mixed together with spices, herbs, rice, nuts, rice and cheese and rolled in fresh breadcrumbs before it’s baked to a crispy finish.  It’s the magic of the holidays all in one … Continue reading Turkey Meatballs with herbs, spices, cheese & nuts

Bombay Chicken

View my step-by-step video I don’t know why but lately I’ve been thinking about my college days a lot and one of those memories was definitely hanging out with friends and enjoying all of the culinary delights Bombay has to offer.  Of course one of them is the delectable Bombay Chicken. Bombay was officially changed to Mumbai … Continue reading Bombay Chicken

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

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

Pico de Gallo

View step by step video instructions Pico de gallo screams ‘FIESTA’, it’s also super tasty. I think of Pico as a simple fresh salad that can accompany anything but best with some delicious fish or shrimp. I’ve visited Mexico many times, and the one thing that I kept going back for more was the Pico. … Continue reading Pico de Gallo

Boneless Lamb Roast with Goat Cheese and Red Peppers

Watch step by step instructions I’ve made a leg of lamb many times before, but when I learned how to make this at a course at George Brown Culinary, I fell in love with the simplicity of this recipe. Although cooking with a bone in has great advantages, a boneless roast can be stuffed, cooked … Continue reading Boneless Lamb Roast with Goat Cheese and Red Peppers