Pomfret Fry, is full of flavors, crispy and super easy to make. It’s a perfect dish or a side dish for your meal. There are lot of versions and recipes of Pomfret Fry right from Tandoori, Malvani, Konkani, South Indian, however, I love this recipe that comes from my mom and it is super delicious…!! I was never a fish lover, but after eating this I could never say no.
Spaghetti is one of the most loved Italian Dish and Duxelles are delicious minced mushrooms that can be used to prepare starters or paired up with any main course to make a wonderful dish. Spaghetti with Sun Dried Tomato & Duxelles makes an easy weeknight dinner that calls for perfectly tender spaghetti tossed up with sun dried tomatoes and duxelles.
Spinach Ravioli in Creamy Mushroom Sauce is a creamy, smooth, garlicky, comfort treat of a meal. One bite and you’ll never want your ravioli any other way!
Suran ki Sabzi | Suran Masala is a delicious dish which calls for a very few basic ingredients available at home. You can use boiled suran or just cook it along with the masalas. I prefer to cook it with the masalas as it wonderfully absorbs all the delicious flavours. Suran sabzi is a perfect substitute for non – veg and so I do add some chicken masala to this which enhances the taste of this dish, one can also choose to add pav bhaji masala or any garam masala. Ofcourse, you need to be a little careful while peeling the yam, I prefer wearing gloves however, one can choose to apply some oil to the palms before handling suran. Do try my recipe and I’m sure you’re gonna love it. Don’t miss to check the video that I have shared for Suran ki Sabzi at the end of the post.
Chana Masala also called as Kaale Chane is a very popular North Indian Punjabi dish. It is one of the most relished dishes across Punjabi homes.
Punjabi Kaale Chane can be prepared dry known as sookhe chane or with some gravy. Sookhe Chane is mostly served with pooris and with curry it’s served with jeera rice or steamed rice. At my home we prepare both ways as the curry is mostly prepared for the rice lovers at home. When some of it is left over, we eat it for breakfast the next morning as chana toast sandwich with lots of butter.
Duxelles – Well this is a French term used for finely chopped or minced mushrooms, cooked with garlic and seasonings. Duxelles can be prepared using various seasonings and it makes an amazing filling for puff pastries, croissants, chicken.
I’ve been fond of mushrooms ever since and enjoy my pizza’s, pastas, noodles almost all dishes that are loaded with mushrooms. When I learnt about Duxelles, I instantly recollected the chicken and mushroom pastries I used to pick up from Gaylord, a restaurant and bakery close to our house. I didn’t mind waiting patiently for the next batch to get baked as they were so delicious. As a kid I didn’t know that minced mushrooms were called Duxelles. Like always, I wanted to recreate the same taste that I relished during my childhood days and so, here I am with the recipe for Mushroom Duxelles.
Mutton Korma, is a rich Indian lamb curry which can be enjoyed with Butter Naan, Tandoori Roti or even with rice. If served with plain biryani rice makes it even tastier. Korma is a type of a curry for preparing chicken, meat or vegetables in a yogurt base. Mutton Korma is the most loved and…
This lockdown has made everyone so innovative and make the best from limited resources and from everything we have stocked up. Murg Saagwala or Palak Chicken was supposed to be a normal chicken curry I was planning to prepare for dinner. Realising I do not have coriander stored in my refrigerator, I chose to add…
Spaghetti is long, thin cylindrical pasta that just resembles noodles. Its a traditional Italian Cuisine that can be tossed up with any kind of sauce and seasonings and it’s ready!! You can also bake it with some cheese or white sauce and/or pasta sauce with some chicken or meat or simply adding some veggies to it.
Stuffed Grilled Chicken Pockets – I got this name for my dish with the help of my lovely viewers. So I decided to prepare and present this dish for one of my live cooking sessions and I wasn’t really sure (because of lock down…no ingredients…) what it’s going to be till a night prior… except…