Tawa Style Methi Mushroom


I have become a big fan of fresh methi lately and have been cooking many a new recipes with it. I have always come across “Methi Malai Mushroom” recipes and got bored of this combo so decided to make a new recipe altogether. This came to my mind and thought of giving it a shot. The end result was absolutely fabulous. This was refreshingly delicious, tasted very fresh and the mix of spices came out perfectly. This is a perfect recipe for winters and can be enjoyed as a side dish too.

Creamy Pepperlicious Chicken


I have been travelling a lot for the last 2 months and have been on an eating-out spree for quite long now. Bandita and Abhay are chilling in Australia so I am forced to eat out even in Kuwait now! But I took matters in my own hands in the weekend and decided to get back to the kitchen. I decided to make a chicken dish, used the ingredients which were at home and went as per whatever method which came to my mind. I was pleasantly surprised at the end result and it was much better than the world famous “Cream Chicken” served at “Chawla” chain of restaurants which I recently had in Amritsar! The curry was velvety, the flavour mellow and yet adequately spiced loaded with flavours of garlic. Do give this a shot folks and I am sure you are gonna love this one too.

Hyderabadi Mutton Korma


This time I wanted to cook a different type of Korma and started my search for a recipe; came across this good looking & easy recipe and decided to give it a shot. The end result was fabulous! The Korma was absolutely delightful, adequately spiced and beaming with flavours. The powder mix & Birista made all the difference and yes, my favourite cooking activity – Bhunno! Do give this a shot folks and I am sure you would love this too.

Nepalese Mutton Curry


In my tryst of trying recipes from the subcontinent, this was my 3rd attempt, after giving Sri Lankan and Burmese recipes a shot. And this one was a real good one; spicy, delicious, rich in flavours and quite easy to prepare. Nepalese cuisine is influenced by it’s neighbors: India, Tibet, and China. This curry’s fusion of Indian spices with the Chinese touch of spring onions results in uniquely Nepalese dish. Do give this a shot folks. I am sure you would love it too. And never ignore “Bhunno”!

Murgh DilKhush


I saw this new brand of Chicken Masala here and loved the name so decided to pick it up and make a recipe using it. I wanted to make a Delhi-style Tawa Chicken recipe as they say “Liptaima” and the end result was absolutely like that. It was spicy and delicious with minimal fuss. I am sure this recipe can be made with any regular chicken curry masala of any brand but if you can hold of this Malwa brand then nothing like that. Do give it a shot folks.