SLOPPY JOES (Joginder)

View my step-by-step video         Sloppy Joes are an all time favorite but the addition of some Indian flavours take this from a Sloppy Joe to a Sloppy Joginder! Kids and adults alike will like this easy to prepare meal. This classic recipe takes an Indian twist! Print Yum SLOPPY JOES (Joginder) … Continue reading SLOPPY JOES (Joginder)

Chicken TIKKA

View my step-by-step video When it comes to popular Indian kebabs, Chicken Tikka is right up there. Typically these kebabs are boneless and cooked in a clay oven or a tandoor. The marinade and method of cooking is very similar to Tandoori Chicken that is usually served bone in. I’d like to believe that this … Continue reading Chicken TIKKA

Goan Style Kheema or Spicy ground meat

Watch my step-by-step video When it comes to sharing a meal with my family and extended family, I always gravitate towards a traditional favorite. This is a recipe for a very typical Goan Kheema. I am from Goa originally and Kheema is the Hindi word for ground meat and it can refer to Beef, Lamb, … Continue reading Goan Style Kheema or Spicy ground meat

Peri Peri BBQ Spatchcocked Chicken

Watch my step-by-step video (coming soon) This is the end of the road for me in terms of hot summer weather but my BBQ isn’t ready to retire quite yet! We’re going to bump up the flavor of Chicken by smothering it in a fresh Peri Peri marinade and grill on my BBQ. If you … Continue reading Peri Peri BBQ Spatchcocked Chicken

Middle Eastern inspired TURKEY – SPATCHCOCKED

Watch my step-by-step video Gobble Gobble! Cooking a Turkey is synonymous with feeding people you love. I always like to try something different each Thanksgiving or Christmas holiday and this year I made a  Middle Eastern inspired Turkey. The bird is the star of the show and done right, it can be juicy and flavourful  I love Turkey but I’m … Continue reading Middle Eastern inspired TURKEY – SPATCHCOCKED

Ra Ra Gosht – Chunks of meat and ground meat cooked together in a spicy curry

View my step-by-step video Most Canadians love their double double … most Indians too …2 is always better than one and when my friend told me about a dish that was prepared with both mutton chunks and ground mutton, I was all over it! I have no idea where the name come from, I tried … Continue reading Ra Ra Gosht – Chunks of meat and ground meat cooked together in a spicy curry

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

Shrimp Vindaloo

Watch my step-by-step video If you’re Goan( Goa is a state in India) there’s nothing more delicious than a Shrimp Vindaloo or Vindalho. This is an authentic recipe using the spice paste recipe from our family recipe books. While this dish may sound very hard to prepare, it’s really not. Follow my simple steps below … Continue reading Shrimp Vindaloo

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