This is a nutritious healthy vegetarian dish often eaten by Hindus, as the recipe originates from Gujarat state in India. It is tasty filling and eaten with chapattis or rotla( these are made with millet flour bread) The spinach is ofcourse optional and the dall can be cooked without it. But both cooked together adds that … Continue reading
This is a substitute to having Chapattis. It is deep fried and can be eaten with sweet dish like Mango pulp, Rice pudding. It can also be eaten with many dry Indian dishes like crispy potatoes, dry lamb mince curry. It is soft and fluffy, very moreish when eaten hot. As it is deep fried it is not often … Continue reading
This succulent mouth watering dish is one of my own recipe, which can be enjoyed as part of a snack food, eaten with cool mint yoghurt or if preferred eaten with hot chapattis. It is easy, rustic, moorish, with an aromatic fragrance and lightly spiced. This is a quick and easy dish to cook which serves … Continue reading
This is a mild aromatic Kashmiri dish. It is delicately flavoured without strong spices. It is a north Indian region dish. Chicken thigh meat is used in this recipe but any pieces of boneless meat is suitable. The mild spices brings out a very authentic taste of the chicken dish. This is not your typical … Continue reading
This is a nutritious lentil curry made with four different pulses. It is healthy, tasty and very filling. This recipe is mainly cooked in Gujarati community. Gujaratis love their vegetables and pulses dishes. This dish is very simple and easy to make and is eaten with roti or garlic bread.
Kharkharia is a sweet unique and delicious puris is prepared for Diwali, Hindu festival of light. It can be eaten with masala tea or as a snack. Diwali food is shared with families and friends. It is deep fried and contains sugar; therefore it is only made on special occasions. In North India they call … Continue reading