Chunks of chicken coated in a sticky base of flavours – it is all subtle, yet finely balanced with a lot of garlic (without overdoing it), a dash of vinegar, a pinch of sugar, a hint of chillies. You want to go back to that plate again and again!
This chicken kebab recipe is part of an unpaid, unbiased product review, and the first of its kind on this blog. I love kebabs. I don’t mind indulging in fried chicken kebabs once in a while!
Egg bhurji, to me, is like an Indian version of scrambled eggs. It’s not that a traditional scrambled eggs is not sufficient. It’s just that we love our spices, and we love to show them off!
This recipe is from one of the most aromatic and spiciest cuisines of India – Chettinad! Chettinad cuisine, from the Chettinad region of the South Indian state Tamil Nadu, is known for it’s distinctly aromatic and spicy style. It has a lot of flavours going on, so finding the perfect blend of spices is the key.
Modak is an ultimate festive treat. Rice flour dumplings filled with a jaggery and grated coconut filling, and cooked over steam, this is a great Indian dessert you can fall in love with!
Everything about this desi delicacy is celebratory. This restaurant style paneer butter masala is pure, divine Indian food at its best!
This homemade fish cutlet is made fresh with fish, potatoes, and spices, and will fill up your kitchen with the delicious smell of fried breadcrumbs.
This is not a typical batter fried chicken. This is not a typical Indian chicken fry either! Enough of all the negativity. It takes less than 45 minutes from reading this recipe to serving some great food – try this recipe, and cook some amazing fried chicken. Crispy on the outside, tender and juicy inside – this fried chicken ticks all the boxes! By the way, the name comes from the coriander powder used in the marinade.
￼Ivy Gourd, also known as Tindora or baby watermelon, is a tropical plant which grows as a vine. It is a popular ingredient in Indian, Malaysian and Thai recipes.
This is an ideal summer recipe – requires you to spend very less time in kitchen, without compromising on taste!