Lehsuni palak kadhi/ garlic Spinach kadhi- A creamy, tangy, yoghurt based north indian dish, with the goodness of spinach, and flavours of crushed garlic.
Curry Masala veggies and ham frittatas, are one of my favourite go to frittatas recipes, when i want to cook a quick brunch recipe, or even a quick dinner option. It is so full of flavour, its healthy, full of veggies, very easy and quick to cook, and above all very filling.It has perfect blend of all the good things.
My favourite punjabi Chickpea curry (Chhole/ chana masala ) recipe in Amritsari style. Infused with indian whole spices, and black tea for that smoky flavour and colour. Slowly simmered in a rich tempering of onions, tomatoes, lots of ginger and a little garlic for a flavourful indian treat to go with bhaturas, pooris or kulcha.A perfect Sunday Brunch.
As the name suggests ” Pav bhaji” is a combination of a spicy curry of mixed vegetables cooked in a special blend of spices and loads of butter called ‘bhaji’, and it is served ‘Pav ‘ which are small white buns, shallow fried in butter.
Sautéed potatoes and fenugreek leaves(aloo methi) , with minimal spices to get a perfect, flavouful indian winter veggie.
Maa Ki dal/ Kaali dal- A traditional Punjabi recipe, using whole urad dal (maa ki dal),simmering the dal slowly with the flavours of onions, ginger , garlic, chillies, and tempering with rich tomatoes ,cream and authentic spices to add loads of flavour and richness.
No onion, no garlic, no tomato, yet flavourful dry black chickpeas. Perfect side for any meal, and yum with your pooris and halwa .
‘Cream Chicken’- Succulent chicken pieces simmered slowly in a mix of flavourful spices, and rich cream.