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Mediterranean cuisine is growing in popularity, and the most relished are the kebabs. Sheesh Taouk which literally means Chicken on Skewers is one such food. Juicy and tender chicken pieces cooked in ingredients that are simple yet full of flavors. Presenting my version of Sheesh Taouk…
Some foods seem to be very complicated to prepare, whereas on the contrary they are the simplest ones. Tandoori Chicken Tikka when comes on a restaurant table makes you even more hungry. Well, get the same taste at the comfort of your home with this super easy recipe..
From the few recipes that I learnt from my mother is this one. Soft and melt in mouth meatballs draped in luscious and smooth gravy.
A fusion of the dry Afghani Chicken and Mughlai sauce, the result is extremely rich and moreish Afghani Chicken Gravy
After years of struggle to make the perfect Fish curry, this one is just what I was looking for. An authentic and simple gravy which will remind you of your grandmaa’s style fish curry
Succulent and smooth white gravy with melt in mouth Chicken dumplings. Luscious and decadent, just give it a try
I am not much of a of Sea food lover, but have always been passionate about preparing it for my loved ones. After years of struggle, I finally got the best combination of ingredients and was able to create this dish. Prawns Tandoori Fry is a modified version of prawns fry, with simple ingredients. It will surely excite your taste buds and make any occasion special
Prawns can be a versatile ingredient and with proper experimentation it can create wonders. Here is a delicious outcome of such innovation. Blended with smooth and silky Makhani gravy the taste is absolutely lipsmacking
We all love eating Chinese food. But being Indians we prefer the Indo-Chinese version. Hunan cuisine hails from a region named Hunan in China. But in all parts of the world the Hunan gravies differs in some way or the other. Here I share a simplified version of the recipe
Perhaps the most loved delicacy in the whole world. It originated in India during the Mughal Era. Dum Pukht means slow cooking, and this cooking technique infuses the flavors of the meat and spices into the rice, making it all the more delectable
This scrumptious dish,I have inherited from my mom. It’s simple yet appetizing. Combination of few ingredients creating wonders. I present to you Ammi ke Kabab