Chingri Maacher Malaikari is a signature dish from Bengal. Golda Chingri or jumbo prawns are cooked in a spiced creamy sauce made with thick coconut milk. I have grown up in this East Indian State (West Bengal), having to eat (and loving every bite and moment of it) this simply marvelous dish [...]
Indian cuisine is characterized by the extensive use of numerous spices. Spices or Masala as it is called in Hindi, may be called the “heartbeat” of an Indian kitchen.
Summer time is the peak time to enjoy fruits at its juiciest, freshest form. This is just a combination of different fruits/berries you can get your hands on.. add some berries & nuts & serve a healthy fruit salad. No dressing other than a squeeze of lemon or fresh orange juice & [...]
You may call it a soup, a stoup, or a curry. Chickpeas simmered in a light tomato sauce with the smoky flavor of the roasted cumin will tantalizes your taste buds.
Often times the roasted cumin powder is used as a quick sprinkle in very little amount on salads, curries, soups and condiments. There is nothing fancy about it, but dry roasting the everyday cumin brings in a lovely smoky flavor which is not usually found in the regular cumin or powdered cumin.