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.
Pav Bhaji (पाव भाजी) is a spicy curry of mixed vegetables (bhaji) cooked in a special blend of spices and served with soft buttered pav (white rolls slightly toasted with butter). It is any Indian food lover’s dream to have it hot with a piece of buttery shallow fried bun and some chopped onions.
If you love sea food, chances are high that you will love prawns too. Prawns have a distinct taste and fabulous source of protein. Though I am a vegetarian, I love seeing my partner enjoy his food, and he loves his non-veg. This makes me give all sort of suggestion to my partner to try out various non-vegetarian recipes. It seems his Prawn capsicum recipe was hit between his friends and hence I suggested this time that he tries out prawn skewers. This recipe does not require oven, but if you wish you can use oven (check recipe notes at the bottom of this recipe).
Indian cooking is incomplete with out Puri. Who can say no to super puffed and spiced Puri, topped with fenugreek (Methi) leaves. Methi / Fenugreek Puri (मेथी पूरी) is a deep fried crispy Indian bread, and is made from plain wheat flour and fenugreek. You can make these methi puries and they can last a couple of day, and eat as snack with tea or as mains with other curries.
For paneer lovers, Kadai Paneer (कडाही पनीर) probably will be in top 5 paneer dishes. This is a common north-indian dish, however origin of Kadai Paneer is debated, some say it originated from south, in any case, it tastes delicious so just enjoy 🙂 Kadai paneer is the combination of paneer, onion and colourful bell peppers, in a with spicy tomato based gravy and aromatic spices. Continue reading “Kadai Paneer – कडाही पनीर”