Shahi Chicken Korma

View my step-by-step video             When you have the word Shahi in a recipe, you know it’s going to be fit for a King. This recipe is no exception, the gravy is earthy and deep, made creamy with a paste made with cashew, onions, chillies and yogurt. Chicken is sautéed … Continue reading Shahi Chicken Korma

Sabudhana Khichdi

View my step-by-step video       Tapioca pearls are enjoyed in so many recipes both savory and sweet. My two favorite ways to eat this is Sabudhana Vada and as a stir fry simply called a Khichdi. This is made in parts of India and served as breakfast or as a snack. The pearls … Continue reading Sabudhana Khichdi

Trout in Parchment Parcels – En Papilotte

View my step-by-step video                   Meal prep gives me some extra time and peace of mind. This recipe is incredible, I cook some Trout together with rice and veggies in one package. It’s a complete meal in one bag! Print Yum Trout in Parchment Parcels – En … Continue reading Trout in Parchment Parcels – En Papilotte

Beef & Broccoli

View my step-by-step video           This Chinese style Beef & Broccoli is packed with flavor. In this recipe both Beef and Broccoli are give the ‘char’ treatment before folding them into a luscious sauce. I love the fact that the Beef is thinly sliced and cooks quickly and the Broccoli is … Continue reading Beef & Broccoli

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

Kimchi

View my step-by-step video           When it comes to ​K​imchi, I was lucky to learn from​ a ​master. My friend Sang Kim is a ​well-known Canadian chef, a prize-winning fiction writer, ​and runs Sushi M​aking ​F​or ​T​he Soul, ​Canada’s most popular sushi-making​ class​.​ ​In his classes, you don’t only learn the … Continue reading Kimchi

Rava Dosa – Crispy Semolina Savory Crepe

View my step-by-step video             Who doesn’t love a dosa. It’s India’s super crepe – typically made from lentils, this is fermented overnight, ground and cooked till crispy sorta like a crepe. A Rava Dosa or a Semolina dosa is India’s version to a dosa quick fix without the soaking … Continue reading Rava Dosa – Crispy Semolina Savory Crepe

Beef Udon Noodles

View my step-by-step video   If you’re going to eat carbs, it may as well be the delicious stick to your ribs kinda noodles such as these luscious Udon Noodles. One of my favorite dishes at Spring Rolls is their Beef Udon. Every time I visited their restaurant, I could only order the Beef Udon … Continue reading Beef Udon Noodles

Vegetable Manchurian

View my step-by-step video           Manchurian recipes are popular all over India and the world for good reason. I’ve made a Chicken, Cauliflower and a Mushroom version and today I’m going to make the very popular Vegetable Manchurian! Cabbage and other veggies are formed into small balls and deep fried before … Continue reading Vegetable Manchurian