Raw banana cutlet recipe – Ever since I moved to UK, ability to get spices, vegetables or food that you get in India is somewhat limited. I must admit that there are numerous asian stores (more so in London) where getting such asian grocery is more accessible.Continue reading “Banana Cutlet – Raw Banana Recipe”
About 2 years ago I posted recipe for bruschetta con funghi, one of pizza express delicacies. Inspired by same, I had tried bruschetta bread with toppings of mushroom and cheese, and I made this again one of those “ready in minutes” starter. This “cheesy mushroom bruschetta” is really simple to make and you can certainly earn brownie points from your guests, as it tastes simply superb! Thanks to the crunchy crust and cheesy topping, it tastes like mine pizza.Continue reading “Cheesy Mushroom Bruschetta Recipe”
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).Continue reading “Prawn Skewers Recipe”
I have been bought up in a sleepy town in India and during those days (late eighties), I had barely heard of Baby corn, but then I learnt about this vegetable when I moved to metro city. A few people get confused these as corn grown on miniaturised corn plants, but Baby corn ( बेबी कॉर्न, young corn, cornlettes, baby sweetcorn, mini corn, or candle corn in Thai) is actually just regular corn that has been plucked before its matured. Mostly its used in stir fry dishes. I have tried to make baby corn satay, continue reading for step by step recipe.Continue reading “Baby Corn Satay”
Recently I tried Makhana Kheer, then I thought why not try out something different with Makhana / Lotus Seeds? My quest led me to try out these cutlets made from Makhana, something which I would call easy to make. A perfect starter for any day, and best you can have it during Navratri and whilst fasting. Below is my detailed step by step pictorial recipe of “Makhana Cutlet (मखाना कटलेट) or Lotus / Foxnut seeds cutlet”.Continue reading “Makhane Ke Cutlet | Lotus Seeds Cutlet”
Do you like mushrooms? Would the thought of stuffed mushrooms excite you? If your answer is yes, this vegan stuffed mushrooms recipe is one for you.Continue reading “Vegan Chickpea Stuffed Mushrooms recipe”
When you can make restaurant style Tandoori Chicken yourself, why you need takeaway? The key to this recipe is marination. Marinade this chicken over night and enjoy the flavour in the depth of this tender chicken. Tandoori chicken is one of the world famous tandoori recipe which has its roots from the Mughalai cuisine.
Ideally you need a Tandoor to prepare this, but I have made this in Oven, and this is what my recipe is, to make tandoori chicken in an oven, in the comfort of your home. I have served this Tandoori Chicken multiple times and have been a huge hit between my guests. Sharing my “step by step recipe of tandoori chicken” below, give it a go and you will forget the takeaways.