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.
Talking off the off beat vegetables, Tinda (टिंडा) stands out. It is also called “Indian squash”, “round melon”, “Indian round gourd” or “apple gourd” or “Indian baby pumpkin”. Tinda is also called “tindsi” in Rajasthan part of India. When I was kid, I used to make faces thinking of eating Tinda, thanks to ad reputation it carries for no real reason. When I tasted it for the first time (force fed by mom), I was astonished to see how nice this vegetable is!
Bhindi, also known as Okra or Ladyfinger is one of my favourite vegetable. This is one of the common vegetable found in India, however in UK its less so common (rarely found in Tesco or Waitrose) and I look forward to visiting Indian grocery stores where I stand more chance of getting fresh bhindi. Bharwa Bhindi (भरवा भिन्डी) is from Indian Cuisine where the okra /bhindi is stuffed with spicy filling and this vegan dish goes really well with Indian flatbreads.
It is not possible everyday that you have elaborate time to do detailed cooking, especially if its a family of working couple, during weekdays it is sometimes barely possible to spend more than 30 mins in kitchen. What do you do then? Eat ready made meals? Eat left overs? Eat junk? Eat cereals? May be all of these! This “Asparagus Salmon Foil bake”, is an answer to these problems. It is quick to make, contains goodness of Asparagus and Salmon (packed with Protein!) and still super scrumptious.