If you are a keen cook and want to learn how to cook authentic Indian food you have landed on the right page. Welcome to a whole new experience of cooking Indian regional food from scratch.
This blog contains recipes with clear and brief instructions on how to prepare a variety of vegan, vegetarian, meat and fish based dishes. Many recipes are light and spicy but not very hot, so very different to curry house dishes.
My focus is on helping you to prepare delicious and authentic dishes from different regions in India including Punjab, Maharashtra, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. You will see Mughlai dishes from the Mughals of North India, Nizami dishes from the Nizams of Hyderabad and Vegetarian dishes from the Brahmins, Aggarwals and Marwaris of West and North India. Indian cuisine is very diverse and I hope to introduce you to some of this richness through this blog.
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Ande Ka Salan - Egg Curry
Dhokla - savoury chickpea flour cake
Potatoes with Fenugreek Leaves (Aloo Methi)
"Instant" daal of gram flour - Pithla
Maharashtrian Crispy Potatoes
Try making these super easy and luscious kababs at home. Add salad and a flat bread and you have a complete meal. Minced turkey breast works really well with this recipe because it does not have an overpowering flavour of its own. The added advantage is that turkey is lean and makes a… read more
I love offal and am really very excited that it is slowly coming back into vogue. Very pleased to have found some fresh chicken livers in the supermarket. A real treat as they are so cheap and so quick to make. Perfect for a high protein Sunday brunch! Serves: 4… read more
A beautiful cardamom and cinnamon infused chicken curry that can be enjoyed with rice or roti. This has been in my family for years and was probably named in this way because of the strong notes of cinnamon. It is very light and easy to prepare and is always a hit… read more
Aah..Chicken Curry, the very mention of which conjures up images of comfort food at home. It is the ultimate generic Indian dish that is cooked in thousands of ways up and down the country with every family doing it their own way. The recipe that I am giving you here contains… read more