Malai tikka with gravy

This is Charcoaled Malai tikka with gravy. Which I must tell you is finger licking good.  It is Made by strips of chicken breasts marinated in Yoghurt and cream along with some spices and lots of lemon juice. Charcoaled with love to its perfection. For the perfectly moist chicken, I would suggest to marinate it…

Shish taouk

The first time I heard of this recipe was when I went to a restaurant called kaffiah for our anniversary. They served us Our starter, some pineapple and onion salad and some tomato bruschetta. But this main dish stole the show. It was the most moist and finger licking good dish I had ever tasted…

Crispy french fries (1kg/Hr)

While I was doing my course at Harvard about science and cooking I came across a fabulous technique taught by my teacher Dan Souza. He taught us to make BEST FRENCH FRIES. The equipments were the regular ones but what was different was the technique. MORE LIKE A NEVER SEEN BEFORE TECHNIQUE Hot oil for…

Pacit canton bihon

This is a dish on which I have literally grown up. My aunt being a Filipino always made this minus the pork and other non halal items. A good rule of thumb is for one part noodles and 2/3 part chicken,vegetables should be used. Increase the amount you like, decrease the amount u don’t like….

Rainbow chicken chips/crackers

You would find these crackers with white version in almost every Indonesian , Chinese restaurant. I had an obsession with these when I was a kid. Initially they are made from prawn meat ( cooked) or are totally vegetarian using only potatoes and tapioca startch. 85g Water 150g potatoes boiled 150g tapioca starch Salt chicken…

Bread pakora

Perfect party snack for birthday parties or bachelor party. Even anything party would work. Ingredients Bread slices 6 For batter Gram flour 2 cups Salt 1/2 tsp Baking soda a pinch Stuffing Potatoes boiled 3 large Onion 1 chopped Green chillies 2-3 Salt 1tsp Red chili powder 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder 1 pinch Coriander powder…

Chicken drumsticks

This recipe is the most closest to my heart because it was a dish I ate at a friend’s bachelor party and I spent days trying to master it. It’ a crowd pleaser. Definitely worth trying recipe. Finger licking good food. The best part is that you can refry them by lightly recoating it in…

5 canapés ideas (using Fric Bergen sauces)

Want to please a crowd? Make canapés using Fric Berger assorted sauces and dips. Recently my husband asked his friends for aftar party and requested me to make canapés for his friends. Canapés were something I was pretty fond of but knowing my family too well, they only liked something that had chicken or meat…

Sago fritters

8 or 9 years ago I made these fritters for an aftar party. They were an instant hit. They resemble a lot like Sabudana vada ( an Indian dish) but the texture and crispness is far different then vadas. These fritters were more like an incidental success. Creating something from an ingredient considered ruined. So…

Spanish churros

I was obsessed with churros pictures all over instagram. Spanish churros, knotted churros, Oreo churros bowl and what not, I knew I had to make these some day. I wanted the jumbo ones. So I begun my search about them. Im case you don’t know A churro is a  fried-doughpastry—predominantly choux—based snack. Churros are traditional in Spain and Portugal, from…

Kebab handi

You might me wondering what is a kebab and how can it be cooked in a handi. Actually in Pakistan and in the other places e.g Middle East, other parts of Asia, and the  Muslim world a kebab is any of a wide variety of grilled meat dishes. kebabs are often cooked on a skewers, many types of kebab…

Balochi Sajji ( Pakistani BBQ)

Recently I had a chance to visit Pakistan, and I had the chance to eat sajji ( regional variety) and I alsolutely fall in love with it. Sajji  is a dish originating from the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It consists of whole lamb or chicken, in skewers (fat and meat intact), marinated only in salt, sometimes covered with green papaya paste,…

Qabel’i Palaw

This is a dish which I first tasted when I was in Islamabad, some family day out it was I guess, it was a dish which my uncle ordered for us kids as it was not much spicy. I am a fan of this one still today until I thought to actually try to cook…

Yummy chicken bites

Hello foodies, how are you all? For the love of food this was one of the most iconic dish I ever made. It has it all, zing, flavour, the right spice, and mouth full of yummyness Ingredients Vinegar 1/4 CUP lemon juice 1 TB oil 2 TBS Chili 2 TBS dried oregano 1TSP garlic ginger…

PINK TEA

Ever has a slightly sweet n salty tea with pink shade? It is actually a traditional tea beverage, originating from the Kashmir valley of Pakistan and India. The word noon means salt in several languages. According to Kashmiri traditions as me being a Kashmiri, it’s made from a type of green tea leaves, milk, baking soda, ( sugar not…

Oreo cake anyone??

Ever thought of baking something really quick but never really got the chance to do so. Oh I have and honestly, so many times. Be it some guests coming over or let it be some sweet cravings. This is the best microwaveable cake you will ever taste. I was trying to find the best recipe…

How to make Greek yogurt

Thick yogurt is a must have in my kitchen. Most of my recipes uses Greek yogurt e.g for that perfect Shish touk marination. Did u know Greek yogurt is simply a yogurt that has been strained to remove its water content? It has a slightly sweet flavour but you can actually substitute it with normal…

Make chewy BOBA from scratch

If you live in India and you are like me, you are aware that we can’t find large tapioca pearls over here. Recently on instructables I saw a post in which punk girl taught how to make tapioca at home. For people who are not aware what tapioca is well, tapioca is a starch extracted…

The handy kitchen press

I was noting down some food trends which were getting highly popular on instagram. Examples to begin with were: Spanish Churros Ice cream Spaghetti The only thing keeping me from trying was the fact that I needed individual tools / gadgets for these. I needed a churrera for churros, and some kind of press for…