Kale And Mooli Sabji

Here’s a splendid dish, kale and mooli sabji. Sabji simply means vegetable dish. Going away for couple days means sorting and clearing out the fridge. My girls wouldn’t know what to do with some of the traditional vegetables. I found a mooli and bag of kale which I thought yes a sabji will work for…

Chaat Onion Ring Salad

This simple salad recipe that just needs some onions goes well with everything. Out of the many salads this is neither tasking or laborious to put together and make but certainly abundant in flavour and taste! What you need is to have your onions sliced into rings. Ensure that onions are full circle so that…

Chicken Kurma With Cashews And Coconut Cream

Kurma is a curry made using various ingredients like coconut, yogurt, nuts, poppy seeds, vegetables/meat and spices. … There are so many ways of making a kurma, this chicken kurma recipe is different from the mughlai or Shahi Chicken korma that is made using cream. Classically, a korma is a dish wherein meat or vegetables…

Mutton Back Chops With Scotch Bonnets And Baby Potatoes

We love meat but chops aren’t my go to! I think its more a man thing! If I have to then back chops it is! Mutton with scotch bonnets are amazing! The fruity heat makes me smile with pleasure and pain! A few go in and usually fresh off my plants! This recipe had 3…

Salmon With Mustard And Dill Sauce/ Bata Shorshe Ar Sholpa Diye Salmon Mach

Bata shorshe ar sholpa diye SalmonSalmon in a mustard sauce infused with ginger, chillies and dill. Bata shoshe, translates mustard seeds blended into a paste. There is something about cooking curry using this traditional method that elevates a fish curry to unbelievable heights. I use shortcuts all the time in substituting freshly made mustard paste…

Nay Nay’s Potato Wedges

I’ve just returned from a lovely weekend from seeing my various family in Birmingham. In particular I spent the time with my neice, little Anaya, 7yrs old but going on 70! She used to pronounce her name as Nay nay as a baby…it stuck. She is still our Nay Nay and these are her Potato…

Coarse Mince Chicken Keema With Naga/Superhot Peppers And Okra

I had defrosted coarse chopped mince chicken thigh which I love cus they’re just bit chunkier than ground mince and have a little bite! Add some Naga and Okra and you have a yummy dish.It’s fab over Doritos but yummy with chappitis! I fancied some with dried Naga/ghost peppers supplied by my good friend Dave…

Kanch Aam, Tomato Ar Boroi Diye Tok

We Bengali do love a Tok! Kancha Aamer Tok has always been a family favourite and our summer afternoon meals are incomplete without this. We eat different varieties of tok – aamer tok, tomator tok, tetuler tok, boroier tok. Though the names differ, but, the cooking method is more or less same for all of these. Also, the tok tastes great…

Soya Chunk Bhuna With Baby Spinach

if you didn’t know, Soya chunks, aka vegetable textured protein, is a very popular vegetarian alternative highly celebrated by pure vegetarians as this form of substitute protein has no egg as does its equivalent Quorn. Soya chunks play a large part in our Bengali diet and are often incorporated into many vegetable dishes to bulk…

A Big Massive Thankyou!

A big thankyou to all my wonderful followers and fellow cooks! At some point we hit 3,000 followers in the last few days! A credit to all you food lovers and home cooks.A massive and humble THANKYOU for all your support, encouragement and mostly the beautiful food pics I get sent on messenger! I do…