Most of us are looking to prepare quick meals that don’t require much effort. Whether you are working long hours or a mother who spends all day slaving over the kids, you’re always looking for ways to whip up a quick meal, and these Balsamic […]
I grew up eating amazing Gujarati food cooked by my mother. It was only until I was older that I was introduced to Punjabi food and that was usually at a restaurant. Punjabi food has literally taken over almost every single Indian restaurant menu! I married into a Punjabi family and needless to say the food is OUT OF THIS WORLD! Oh and not having to go out to a restaurant to eat it is a major plus. Did you know that real authentic chole will always be a dark color as opposed to a red tinged curry? Look out for the imposters! Thus far I have posted recipes for mostly non vegetarians but that’s all about to change. This Authentic Chole Recipe (Chickpea Curry) has been passed down for generations in my husbands family. I wish I could take credit for it but I cannot, it was all hubby who cooked this. My only addition was being his sous chef! I mean seriously what’s better for a relationship than a couple who cooks together? From my family to yours, we hope you enjoy this amazing chole recipe.
Guys! Iva at Iva Says nominated me for the Sunshine Bloggers Award, thank you so much Iva. The Sunshine Award is given by bloggers to other bloggers who are inspiring, positive, and creative. I am extremely honored to receive this and pass this onto other […]
These Tandoori Chicken Tzatziki Pita Pockets are perfect for a quick weeknight meal or even lunch. I often whip these up ahead of time and assemble them at the last minute when I’m in a hurry. The Tzatziki will stay fresh in the fridge (in an airtight sealed container) for upwards of one week although in my house its usually gone in a few days. Grill a batch of the tandoori chicken a few days ahead, and it can re-purposed for other dishes as well as this one. Make ahead dishes are my favorite, time is very precious and unpredictable due to the baby, therefore make ahead meals are definitely a lifesaver when those hunger pangs hit. I find that the Tandoori Chicken and Tzatziki compliment each other very well, the cucumber and onion garnish give the dish a welcome freshness and sumac closes the dish out with a much-needed zing! Fusion food is amazing when it works so well together, just like Indian Chinese and in this case Indian Greek. I hope you guys enjoy it!
Let’s face it Butter Chicken aka Chicken Makhani is a dish that every Indian and Non-Indian LOVES. This creamy, succulent, tangy and fragrant curry is a must on every North Indian restaurant buffet and menu. I have tried this dish numerous times at restaurants all […]
This Instant Pot Kheema will be a hit in your household! These days Instant Pot is all the rage! It is so versatile and handy when you’re busy and always on the go. My Instant Pot is a lifesaver. Baby J requires or rather cries for my attention ALL THE TIME these days, luckily Instant Pot takes the hassle out of having to babysit a meal on the stove. I have made this recipe for years on my stovetop and recently started to make it in my IP. I guarantee it will come out exactly the same if not better in the IP! In the past I have made a big batch of Kheema and used it all week for meal prep, I just repurposed the kheema! I’ll post more about that later. I hope you enjoy the dish!