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.

My focus is on helping you to prepare delicious and authentic dishes. Let’s get cooking!

SHALGAM GOSHT - LAMB WITH TURNIPS, FENNEL AND KASHMIRI CHILLI

Keema Matar

Turkey Kababs

Royal Venison Qorma

Indian Street Food Style Tilapia

Aloo Methi - Potatoes with Fenugreek Leaves

Instant Daal - Maharashtrian Pithle

Tomato Pohe

Dhokla – savoury chickpea flour cake

Dhokla or Khaman Dhokla is a light and tasty tea-time (or any time really!) snack which originates from Gujarat. It is often sold in road side shops together with sweets. As is the way with so many of the regions dishes, this dish is completely vegan, using only plant based ingredients…. read more

Chicken Liver Fry

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

Indian Street Food Style Tilapia

Tilapia is a versatile, freshwater fish which takes on the flavours of sauces really nicely. I cannot say that I grew up eating this fish because it was not really around much then. It was only with the spread of imported farmed fish in the UK that Tilapia entered my world. I… read more

Smoky Aubergine, Yoghurt and Red Onion Salad

There are basically two kinds of people, those who hateaubergines and those who love them although I must admit that I encountered more haters in India than the UK. I am fond of aubergines but the only time I truly became fed up with them was when I spent a year in… read more

Keema “Cutlets”

My very good friend Vinita Damodaran, an environmental historian with an interest in food, sparked off this idea in my mind the other day when she said that the word “cutlet” has acquired different meanings in the UK and India. In the UK we mean a piece of meat such as… read more

Chhilke Wali Mung Ki Daal – whole green mung bean daal

Daal made with whole green mung beans gives you a completely different taste experience compared to ordinary “yellow” daal made with split mung beans. Chhilke wali mung ki daal is an everyday daal eaten in Punjabi households. The skins of the beans add a deep flavour and give the daal a lovely texture. Just a few rotis and… read more