Category: Chef de Cuisine

Burmese Chicken Khow suey

Khow suey, from Burmese, is a noodle dish popular in India and Pakistan with origins in the mountainous Shan State of Burma. It is a one-dish soup meal made of egg noodles and curried chicken with coconut milk, served with…

Matar Patta Gobi

  This quick and easy to cook dish will work fantastic as a side dish or a main with Roti.   Cabbage Patta Gobi ½ cup Chopped Peas   ¾ cup   Oil   2 table spoons   Cumin Seeds…

Egg Curry or Anda Curry

Egg Curry or Anda Curry is the most alluring way of presenting eggs. Eggs are first boiled and then peeled. Simmer in onion tomato-based deliciously spiced sauce which is mildly hot. The finishing touch of freshly ground black pepper and…

Cabbage Tomato Sandwich

If you want something healthy yet filling and full of flavor, here is a super quick and tasty recipe for you from my collection. It’s a simple vegetable sandwich with a surprise of yogurt inside. Bread 4 slices Sliced in…

Malka Masoor or Split Red Lentil

Lentil is the oldest pulse crop known, and among the earliest crops domesticated in the Old World, having been found as carbonized remains alongside human habitations dating to 11,000 BCE in Greece. The origins of lentil are in the Near…

Spaghetti aglio e olio

Garlic n Oil Spaghetti or as the Italians call it – Spaghetti aglio e olio “spaghetti with garlic and oil” is a traditional Italian pasta dish coming from Naples. The dish is made by lightly sauteeing minced garlic in olive…

Sarso Ka Saag

Saag means green and Sarso means Mustard. The history of the sarso is very old. Encyclopedia Britannica states that mustard was grown by the Indus Civilization of 2500-1700 BCE. The Indus civilization is the earlist known urban culture of the…

Baingan Bhaja

Baingan Bhaja Recipe is a dish prepared out of thick slices of the eggplant marinated in spices and coated with rice flour and deep fried. Baingan is a rich source of fibre, potassium, Vitamin C and other essential nutrients. It…