Author: Bhaswati B

kadhai paneer

Kadhai Paneer

Kadhai Paneer is a very popular vegetarian recipe that we love to order whenever we are eating out at a restaurant or a dhaba. Soft paneer or cottage cheese pieces are dunked in a flavourful base of onions, spices, tomatoes and green capsicum. What sets kadhai paneer apart from other […]

 
kasuri methi chicken

Kasuri Methi Chicken

Here’s a chicken curry recipe that is very different from the usual. This Kasuri methi chicken is a royal and luxurious chicken curry, which is also somehow very light. A perfect meal for the weekend, this curry can be mopped up with naan, laccha parathas, jeera rice or plain pulao. […]

 
chicken biryani

Chicken Biryani

Here’s a delicious and aromatic chicken biryani recipe for you. Soft, flavourful and succulent pieces of chicken married to aromatic rice cooked in whole spices, it just does not get better than this. I have spent uncountable number of hours in the kitchen to get these techniques for chicken biryani […]

 
chicken gravy noodles

Chicken Gravy Noodles

For all those who’ve been following my work for a while might be aware of my nostalgia with the food I grew up eating. One is obviously the food from my own home and heritage and the other is the food we would go out as a family to eat […]

 
assamese style cabbage potato fry

 Assamese Style Cabbage Potato Fry

This Assamese Style Cabbage Potato Fry recipe is the perfect example to prove that Indian recipes aren’t as complicated and as time consuming as they are widely believed. It takes less than 30 minutes to whip up this delicious, fresh, and wholesome vegan Indian dish. Just like all Assamese vegetable […]

 
aloo bhaji

Assamese Aloo Bhaji

Aloo bhaji or aloo fry is a very important part of a typical plate of comfort food paired with dal and rice all throughout several states of India. Every state has a signature style of making aloo fry, however, the taste only varies slightly be it Assamese or Bihari or […]

 
potol aloo korma

Potol Aloo Korma

Potol Aloo Korma is a rich and creamy Bengali curry made with potol/parwal or pointed gourd. This korma is a thick, semi-dry gravy with the sweetness and richness of cashews that beautifully complement the tartness of tomatoes. The combination of aloo potol/parwal or potatoes and the pointed gourd is very […]

 
cheesy mushroom onion sandwich

Cheesy Mushroom Onion Sandwich

Sandwiches are easy to make and filling for the stomach at the same time. This Cheesy Mushroom Onion Sandwich recipe is an apt dish that you can enjoy for breakfast, evening snack, or brunch. Made with caramelised mushrooms and onions, seasoned just right, topped with lots of cheese stuffed in […]

 
tomato basil pasta

Tomato Basil Pasta

Here is a very easy and delicious way to make pasta in red sauce. What’s special about this recipe is that this tomato basil sauce is not limited to be paired with just pasta. It is multipurpose and can be used as a sandwich spread, a pizza topping or lasagne […]

 
marble bundt cake

Marble Bundt Cake

When you love yourself some good old classic vanilla cake or a rich decadent chocolate cake and choosing one out of the two becomes tougher than Sophie’s choice, marble cakes come to the rescue. A marble cake is literally the best of both worlds – classic buttery vanilla and rich […]