This is an old recipe, revived, bringing in tides of nostalgia.
A recipe that strongly arouses memories of my childhood days with my grandparents. A grandpa immersed in books and a grandma who I like to associate with having a black wooden bureau adorned with wrought iron lions handles. I would like [...]
Rogan Josh is one of the signature dishes from the magnificent state of Kashmir. Brimming with flavors of fennel, ginger and marked by the sriking red hue, it is indeed a celebration of all senses.
I have a bitter-sweet relationship with this recipe. “Bitter” already appears in the post title, but why sweet? It has to do more with my emotions than the taste. This is one of those recipes which are cloistered in typically Bengali homes. Almost protected. It rarely makes it way on the table [...]
Today we have succulent prawns nestled in a sauce cooked with plenty of onions. Do Pyaza are typically the Indian dishes where either meat, vegetables or seafood is cooked with plenty of onions.
When you need a soul satisfying, ambrosial side dish to dunk the fluffy Naan in, consider this Kashmiri Dum Aloo. The tiny potatoes simmer for long and absorb the flavors of the unique blend of spices from this state in India, which is cradled in the lap of Himalayas and is known [...]