Recently I have acquired taste for some Japanese food and have been exploring some authentic Japanese eating joints in and around London. My partner too have developed special liking for Teriyaki sauce, and he was looking around to see how it is made, so that he can try out few teriyaki dishes.
Murg Kali Mirch or Black Pepper Chicken, is one simple chicken curry which comes to my mind when someone asks for a simple and easy to make chicken curry. This chicken curry suits those who do not want the hot spices but a chicken curry on lighter notes of spices.Continue reading “Murg Kali Mirch”
There are numerous recipes of “Rosemary and Thyme Chicken” around on the internet, however this recipe one is mine, where I have tried to keep absolute simple which even a novice or amateur can make. This recipe does not require huge knowledge of cooking or tons of ingredients. Simple, scrumptious, juicy chicken legs is what you get from this recipe.
Are you a mum like me? Do you have young kids? One of the biggest challenge that you may have faced (as much as I do), is cooking food. Normally if you making any Indian curry, making the curry paste takes half of the time in cooking. There are numerous ready to make curry pastes available in market and its always a lingering thought that are these curry pastes as good as these sound?
If you are a non-vegetarian, what is your favourite meat? I am myself a vegetarian, but have heard from people who eat non-veg food that once they eat lamb / mutton, they prefer it over chicken.
My partner is non-veg food lover and I love helping him with his recipes. So he wanted to eat “Chettinad Mutton Curry” last week and here I was with him guiding his way through the recipe 🙂 Continue reading “Chettinad Lamb Mutton Curry Recipe”
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.