Shahi Paneer is a very rich and decadent, North Indian curry. Cubes of paneer (Indian Cottage cheese) are simmered in a creamy, nutty and luscious onion-tomato curry, with mild and sweet undertones of whole spices and floral notes of saffron. Shahi paneer is thus Shahi, which simply means Royal in Hindi.
This Paneer & corn taco is a wonderful Indo-Mexican fusion, combining paneer & corn with Mexican spices and topped with all the good things!
Indian Bread potato rolls, a crispy and crunchy snack that’s perfect to satiate those small, mid-afternoon hunger pangs.. Oh ! and these are a healthier version since they are air-fried.
Bread rolls are a much loved Indian snack. Spiced potato mixture is stuffed in a moist bread slice, given an oblong shape and deep fried. Ahh … delicious indeed! We all know anything DEEP FRIED is not very healthy ! Nonetheless, these make for a lovely snack to go along with your cuppa, or if you are feeling indulgent, probably you could enjoy these for breakfast on a lazy weekend. Continue reading →
This Goan brinjal pickle is sweet, spicy, slightly tangy and makes a great accompaniment to any meal!
Brinjal pickle, a sweet-sour-spicy pickle is a much-loved one amongst Goan folks. Usually, non vegetarian dishes dominate Goan cuisine but delicacies such as this pickle are as popular as the molho’s, balchao’s, para and the likes. And it’s not hard to figure out why! You get some sweetness with the first bite, which transcends into that sourness and finally the subtle heat that hits the back of your tongue along with the eggplant, the star of course adding that texture and flavor to this well-rounded pickle. So, a lot of complex and tantalizing flavor notes in a single bite which is why the quote, ” a little goes a long way” is applicable here as is for most pickles. Continue reading →
Paneer tikka is a delicious appetizer, popular in the menu of most restaurants all over India. It is a great vegetarian alternative to its non-vegetarian counterpart – chicken tikka! I love paneer and happily enjoy having it whenever we dine out! Besides, I often cook with paneer on days when we just have veg. I love how paneer draws in flavors of anything you add to it, so one can add so many different and exciting flavors!