Rasmalai does not need any introduction, and it is also not a secret that rasmalai is one of my loved sweet. There are four sweets which rule Indian desserts, Gulab Jamun, Jalebi, KaJu katli and Rasmalai, however for me Rasmalai is most preferred sweet any day. The fact that I have been making Rasmalai (and most of Indian sweets) at home for 10 years now, I love to experiment too. This Rose Rasmalai is one of such delicious experiment. I am pretty certain that anyone who loves rasmalai or rose flavours will devour over this rose rasmalai.Continue reading “Rose Rasmalai”
Bored of usual paneer recipes? Here is something different, something tasty, and still made from paneer. This is Methi Paneer. The taste of this paneer curry will leave you asking for more. The smooth gravy and paneer pieces dipped in this thick sauce (gravy) has one of the amazing taste.Continue reading “Methi Paneer Recipe”
Rogan Josh, also called as Roghan Josh (रोगन जोश) or Rogan Gosht, is a curry which originated from Persian / Kasmiri region. It is traditionally made using red meat and is red in color, owing to kashmiri chillies. The name Rogan Josh, gets its name owing to “Rogan” meaning red or brown in Urdu and Josh, implies juice, closely related to stew. Rogan Josh is staple food of Kashmiri cuisine.Continue reading “Lamb Rogan Josh Curry”
Being born and bred in northern part of india, I always enjoyed the rich lush taste of north indian cuisine. I gradually got introduced to taste of south when I started exploring south indian restaurants in Delhi and now in UK. There is something distinguishably different and nice about south indian cuisine, which keeps pulling me to try out something or other. Today I am sharing my stint with (अंडा करी) Egg Curry made in South Indian style.Continue reading “South Indian Style Egg Curry”
Matar Mushroom (मटर मशरूम) is a north Indian, spicy onion tomato based creamy gravy with the richness of cashews and cream. Mushrooms are also known as Kumbh or Dhingri. So it is called kumbh matar curry or dhingri matar recipe. With just two main ingredients, it can be made in a jiffy if you have some unexpected guests and you want to impress them with your cooking skills.
Top tip: You can use the gravy here for other curries and this gravy is a winner any day.
Sharing here, step by step recipe of a restaurant style semi dry Mushroom Matar curry.
Raise hand if you love aubergine. Now raise hands if you do not love aubergine. Reason for both of you groups need to raise hand is that immaterial of you liking aubergine or not, everyone loves this roasted aubergine, tossed in spices, aka known as “Baingan Bharta”.
If someone is a chicken lover and loves curry, it is little less likely that the person would have not heard of this extremely popular scrumptious chicken curry called “Butter Chicken”
Murg Makhani or Butter Chicken (बटर चिकन) is one of the most popular Indian chicken recipe loved by everyone for its mild flavour and deliciously rich gravy. This dish is hugely popular across the globe for its taste, though it is believed that butter chicken originated in Punjab state of India.
Getting closer to the middle of the year, and seems like corana virus has written off this year for us. Such a sad thing. But let’s not get sad over it. Let’s enjoy the opportunities this time is offering us by either getting to spend more time with family or honing a new skill at home which we always wanted or doing diy projects at home. What are you doing during this lockdown?Continue reading “Subscription box Degustabox Review – April 2020”
Have you heard of rhymes, “Do you like Broccoli? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like Icecream? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like Broccoli Ice-cream? No, I don’t! Yuccky!” . This was the song buzzing in my head when my daughter said she wants to eat pizza for dinner. With focus on health being in my mind, I thought why not make something different this time, so I asked her, “Do you like Pizza?” She said, “yes, I do!”. Then I asked, “Do you like Paratha?”, She replied, “Yes, I do!” Then I said, Do you like “Pizza Paratha?”. She was like…ummm…am not sure. I then said, let’s have a deal, try it out and if you don’t like, won’t ever make it.Continue reading “Gluten Free Pizza Paratha”
Cooking is a wonderful (and delicious) endeavor. However, if you don’t have a natural flair for it, you may encounter some issues (nothing wrong it), even following the most well-written recipes. There’s no need to worry, though, as plenty of people are in the same boat as you are.
Furthermore, even if you may find cooking difficult or time-consuming, there is no need for things to continue in such a vein. With the right tips and tricks, you can be on your way to improving your culinary skills. I am not saying that you will become master on day 1, but surely find cooking much easier. Continue reading for figuring out some this easy cooking hacks.