When the snow falls softly outside, and the temperature drops beyond the expected, heart craves nothing but a cozy corner all tucked up and some warm soup. To wrap the ice cold fingers around the bowl, slightly tilt the head towards the rising smoke of the soup to inhale the aroma and finally sip, [...]
Quite unlike the blazing red chicken curry which is synonymous to Indian cuisine, the Korma is mellow but regal and very much an Indian chicken curry too; rich, creamy, nutty it is redolent of aromatic spices with an exotic taste that is going to take you by surprise. The dish is not bold or [...]
Malai Kofta is a another classic dish from the northern parts of India. The food in this part of the country is greatly influenced by the myriad invasions we have had: the Aryans, Mughals, Greeks, Persians, Huns, Turks, Arabs, Afghans, the Portuguese, Dutch, French and the English – have all made their made their [...]
Makhani Masala is the very aromatic butter based tomato cream sauce seasoned with spices and herbs – the base gravy for most of the tomato based creamy dishes in the Indian restaurants. If you are familiar with the lip smacking, finger licking Paneer Makhani/Paneer Butter Masala (Indian Cheese in a Butter Sauce), Malai Koftas [...]
Pakore Wali Kadhi can be labeled as an favorite comfort food in certain parts of India. This Kadhi is made with lentils and onion or potato dumplings (pakore/fritters), which are simmered in flavorful and seasoned diluted yogurt or buttermilk sauce.
This recipe has variations in different regions of India. In the north, Kadhi [...]