A Traditional Taste Of India
Sabut Moong dal
Murghi ka salan/chicken curry
Tandoori lamb chops
Garam Masala Powder
Potato stuffed Capsicum
Sabut Moong dalMoong beans are cooked and boiled in a water of spices amongst other ingredients to create the perfect comfort food for any day. Most of the cooking time goes into actually boiling the beans so it is a rather easy dish to make when u have little time. Enjoy!
Murghi ka salan/chicken curryI love cooking this chicken curry when I have little time or just feel lazy but want a nice home cooked meal. The most time consuming part of making an Indian curry is cutting and frying onions, so the best thing about this recipe is I can skip that step but still manage to whip up a traditional Indian dish!
Indian OmeletteThis is one of my Favourite go-to recipes when I am dieting as it is scrumptious and filling but also low calorie and full of protein.
Tandoori lamb chopsThis is one of my favourite recipes to make as an appetiser or side dish. It is easy to prepare the night before and then simply bake in the oven the next day as you focus on your other main dishes. It also took a lot of trial and experiment to come up with the perfect combination of ingredients so this recipe means a lot to me, to finally perfect and share it. I hope you all enjoy!
Garam Masala PowderGaram masala is usually made by roasting whole spices and then grinding in a blender to create the perfect aromatic blend of masala. However, sometimes this can be time consuming and you may not get the perfect blend of spices if you add too much of one thing than the other. This recipe is made of up of ingredients that most of us would already have in our households and even if we don't it is easier to blend individual whole spices than loads of different ones altogether. That is why I love this easy and simple garam masala recipe, especially if you are a beginner in handling Indian spices and cooking.
Potato stuffed CapsicumI always make these spiced potato capsicum as a side to a roast dinner. They go extremely well with my tandoori lamb chops recipe and they are a favourite amongst everyone. What I love about these is that they are so versatile. You can make them as a side or as a starter and you can adjust according to your taste. You can even add cheese on top or you can add peas into the potato mix etc. There are a variety of ways to adapt these according to each household so have fun experimenting and enjoy!
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A lot of people always say to me that one type of food they always find hard to cook is Indian. I want to write and create an easy cookbook of simple recipes that anyone can follow for great Indian home cooking