Food is undeniably one thing that binds the world. Food is also the same thing which separates the world. Each culture has its influence on its cuisine and if we talk of Indian cuisine itself, it is so widely diverse. South is famous for its curd rice concept, which would be normally frowned up on in north of India. Interestingly this yogurt based Colocasia is from north, so same yogurt is happily accepted in a curry.
For a lamb lover, two things are difficult to ignore, one is Lamb Biryani, and second is Lamb Chops. With no exception, Kapil (my partner) loves both, and then he decided to try out Lamb Chops curry, a spicy curry infused with traditional Indian spices along with Lamb Chops. This recipe is semi dry and can be used along with Indian flat bread or with rice, and no surprise that it tastes equally awesome.
Looking for refreshing, light and fruity flavour in your glass to beat the heat? The Raspberry Mojito has all the originality of fresh mint and lime, topped with added sweet twist and fragrance of Raspberries. Make a juicy and fruity mocktail from it or the alcoholic variant cocktail by adding hint of rum, either ways you won’t be disappointed 🙂
For those who do not know about bhatura, it is one of the most popular punjabi dish and is a thick leveled fried indian bread. Bhatura is different from Puri in the way dough is prepared and generally bhatura is made from all purpose flour (maida) and not wheat flour. Puri and Bhatura taste widely different.
Is your birthday coming up or you are just searching for a reason to bake a delicious cake? Why not make one without celebrating any special occasion? The hunt for the best recipe begins. If you are looking for a cake with a fresh taste, a rich cream, and a delicious frosting, you should definitely try out this recipe. The Pink Velvet Cake with Raspberry Cream Cheese Frosting is the perfect dessert to freshen up a hot day of summer.
Minced lamb (मटन कीमा) when cooked with aromatic spices, tomatoes, onion and garlic yields a perfect mouth watering dish, which can be used as main dish or as side with some other curry with gravy. Lamb keema is a “happy dish” (as I call it), that it can be easily paired with any bread or naan or can be used as a filling in sandwich or as even topper on jacked potatoes.