This oven roasted tomato gravy is an easy hands-off way to make a restaurant style Punjabi gravy dish, with either paneer or vegetables. A rich tomato-flavour, balanced out by sweetness, a smooth texture and the… [Continue Reading]
Read this post to learn how to put together an Indian Salad Platter – colourful, delicious and healthy salad with all Indian ingredients. Are there salads in Indian cuisine? While there’s no concept of sitting down… [Continue Reading]
Tomato Chutney for Idli and Dosa| Spicy South Indian Tomato Chutney Recipe My kitchen garden is on a tomato spree and I can’t help but be inspired to cook with this fresh produce. A batch… [Continue Reading]
Yellow split moong dal takes on a delicious avatar in this stove top cooked version flavoured with tomatoes and dried mint. A quick and easy recipe to go with rotis.
This spicy paneer curry is a good accompaniment to rotis or parathas. Use either fresh homemade paneer or a block of storebought paneer for a quick Indian side dish. Paneer is one ingredient, which if… [Continue Reading]
Saffron Trail favourites! Recipe for my favourite potato, onion and tomato curry – ready in 20 minutes with ingredients from your pantry.
￼Recipe for the vegan Tomato Omelette from Udupi Hotels in Bombay | Vegan Chickpea flour and tomato pancakes | Besanache Dhirde ￼- A healthy all-day-breakfast recipe for you to try!
Huevos Rancheros is one of the most popular Mexican breakfasts, meaning Rancher’s eggs, originally served as a hearty breakfast in large farms. Since I haven’t been to Mexico, urban or rural, the first time… [Continue Reading]
Thechwani is a rustic curry from Uttarakhand, made using smashed potatoes and/or radishes. Try out my version of potato-black eyed peas, prepared Thechwani style!
Pesto Trapanese, a traditional pesto recipe from Sicily While basil pesto is the most well known pesto, every region in Italy makes pesto with freshly available local produce. According to Lidia Bastianich, the Italian cuisine… [Continue Reading]
To be honest, I’ve never eaten in a ‘real’ dhaba. But yes, I can claim to have eaten in a few mock dhabas, starting with Pritam da Dhaba at Dadar (Mumbai) in my childhood with Amma and Appa. It was one of the few restaurants we would eat out at. I remember staring at the side counter of their open
David Rocco, the famous Italian chef on tv, prepared this recipe in one of the episodes of his show David Rocco’s Dolce India. He gave it an Indian tadka using green chillies, coriander and garam masala. While that sounded exciting, I prefer the clean Italian flavours to mixing them with Indian fla