In celebration of Deepavali, here’s a dish for you! We used mutton instead of lamb in our recipe, as it’s more readily available locally.
One of the most popular dishes in Indian cuisine, Tandoori Chicken is adored by many around the globe. Unfortunately, many people are actually intimidated by its name, as it sounds like it’s going to be a challenge to make. Well, it’s not exactly that difficult and you don’t need a Tandoor oven to create that authentic flavour too.
Happy Deepavali to our Hindu friends, do we have a treat for you! Something we’re all familiar with, Nasi Biryani is known for the aromatic rice as the base for the meat on the dish. For this healthier recipe, we’ve used coconut oil as a replacement for ghee. Basmati rice also has a low –meidum […]
This recipe calls for marinating boneless chicken thighs in yogurt and chilli powder, which not only flavours the meat but at the same time tenderises it. The flavourful butter and cream sauce has a rich yet tangy taste from the use of tomato purée. Serve with loads of fresh coriander as it’s perfect with rice or naan bread!
Roti John is best described as a crispy baguette, with the alluring fragrance from caramelized meat (we used lamb in our recipe!) and onions wrapped into a beautiful parcel with golden fried eggs with ketchup mixture added as a finishing touch.
Mee Goreng Mamak is the indian version fried noodles that is also sweet savoury and spicy all at the same time! The signature red spicy noodle captures the harmonized notes of flavours which just explodes in your mouth.