Arbi (Taro ) fries or chips recipe is a super simple , healthy taro root snack recipe for both kids and grown ups . It is a great alternative to potato fries , wedges or potato chips. Made using just one ingredient -arbi (taro root) and a few basic spices this is quick to cook, delicious , filling vegan and a gluten free snack or a side dish.
Bhindi Masala/ Okra masala recipe is a light , savoury, spicy and crispy bhindi recipe cooked in mustard oil, without tomatoes/ginger or garlic. The only main ingredient you need is bhindi or okra and with optional onions and few dry spices. It is coated in chickpea flour / besan to make it deliciously crispy.
A luxuriously tempting and delicious, winter favourite Indian dessert- gajrela or Gajar ka halwa recipe made using fresh seasonal carrots slowly simmered in creamy rich milk.
Sarson ka saag recipe- A classic punjabi winter dish , traditionally made using a mix of sarson (mustard greens), spinach and bathua. The mix of the leaves is cooked slowly , blended and tempered in a luscious mix of ghee/ white butter and spices to make this rich , lush , cozy winter delicacy. It is traditionally served with a side of Makki ki roti ( Maize flour bread), radishes and green chillies, and of course if you love a glass of lassi to go with it.. who can say no to it ?
Paneer pakora recipe | Amritsari paneer pakora- One of the simples vegetarian snack recipes that requires minimal ingredients and tastes like heaven. It is a perfect party pleaser and an equally perfect kids snack.
Sauteed potatoes with kale recipe- This is a super simple 3 ingredient recipe using loads of garlic, potatoes and Kale, with immense flavour and of course absolutely healthy.
Lehsuni palak kadhi/ garlic Spinach kadhi- A creamy, tangy, yoghurt based north indian dish, with the goodness of spinach, and flavours of crushed garlic.
Suji Halwa (semolina pudding)- A rich Indian dessert made using ghee and semolina, sweetened using sugar.
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.