Masur Dal

Masur Dal (Red Lentils) Dal is a staple at almost every Indian meal, and there are several varieties of them. Their preparations can vary from the simple to the very elaborate. Masur Dal (red lentils) can be purchased at most grocery stores. Their vivid bright orange...

Chocolate Rum Raisin and Cherry Cake

Chocolate Rum Raisin and Cherry Cake This is a very simple recipe for an all time favourite. When choosing fruit, I recommend going with glacé cherries which provide a perfect complement to the dark chocolate chips. This is best served warm with some fresh cold cream,...

Egg Fried Rice

Egg Fried Rice This is the perfect meal for the end of the week, when you have a few left-overs in the refrigerator, and want to put together a quick, hot, nutritious meal that will keep you satisfied. It is super quick to put together, and will leave you feeling well...

Murghi Jhol

Murghi Jhol (Traditional Indian Chicken Curry) This is comfort food for anyone having trouble keeping warm on a cold day, or trying to fight off a cold that just won’t go away. Murghi Jhol (or traditional Indian chicken curry) is best served with steamed rice on a...

Shami Kababs

Shami Kababs Shami Kababs are a North Indian delicacy, and can be served either as a snack, or as a main along with other items at a meal. They can be made from any form of ground meat. I use ground chicken thighs, but they work really well with ground lamb. The key...

Fried Chicken Liver

Fried Chicken Liver While this may not seem particularly appealing for some, it is quite the delicacy in North Eastern India, especially in the winters. This is best served with some rice and dal. Ingredients 4 table spoons of vegetable oil 1 coarsely chopped medium...

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken This is perhaps the most well known Indian dish that there is. It is a staple at every Indian restaurant, and is very popular in Punjab and the rest of North India. It is surprisingly simple to make, especially if you have grill. Ingredients 2kg of...

Chicken Soup

Chicken Soup This is a standard staple that is designed to take on the common cold. Lots of people make it in a variety of different ways. This is my way of making the most of a traditional recipe. This regularly features on my lunch menu. Whether you’re single...

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