Bombay Sandwich Recipe using Corn Tortillas

I saw this video on Youtube a couple of weeks ago  showing how to make a Bombay sandwich  using chappatis if you did not have bread.  I couldn’t wait to try out the recipe.  My first experience Read More …

Peas and Potato curry in the Instant Pot.

I was thinking about getting a slow cooker but then I saw so many Facebook Posts recommending the Instant  Pot (IP) which is a pressure cooker but can also be used as a slow cooker. Read More …

Planning your meals

Today’s challenge by Darren Rowse on the ProBlogger Challenge Group was to create a piece of content that is a discussion starter.  I thought that I would keep the discussion food. So how many of you Read More …

Review post – Frozen Fenugreek and fresh Aubergine curry (methi ringna nu shak)

Today’s challenge by Darren Rowse on the ProBlogger Challenge Group was to  create a piece of content that is a ‘review’.  This challenge follows on perfectly from yesterday’s post as it gives me an opportunity Read More …

Basic kitchen equipment required for Indian cooking

Today’s challenge by Darren Rowse on the ProBlogger Challenge Group was to create a List Post Some people are very good at coming up with ideas and making lists and probably wrote their blog post Read More …

Paneer and mixed vegetables stir fry

Lately, I have been using paneer in a lot of curries.  This recipe is slightly different from my usual curries as the curry is dry and can be used to eat on its own or Read More …

Carrot and Green Chilies Salad/Pickle with Mustard (Raita gajar marcha)

This dish is made in all Indian homes and served as a condiment with the main meal. It adds to the flavours of the dishes you have in your plate (thali).  Indian thali will have Read More …

Cabbage, New baby potatoes and Sweet Thai chillies Curry with baby onions

kobi bateta nu shak? Cabbage and potato is a very traditional Gujarati curry eaten in most Indian homes. It’s quick and easy to make and uses the least amount of spices.  My mum used to Read More …