Ingredient: ginger-garlic paste

egg pulao

Egg Pulao

Another one-pot meal that you can feed an entire village, this egg pulao is so good! Fried boiled eggs in beautifully fragrant and seperated long grains of rice makes a grand meal in itself. All you need with this is some raita and salad, and you can gorge on an […]

 
dhaba style egg dal tadka

Dhaba Style Egg Dal Tarka | Assamese Recipes

This dhaba style egg dal tarka is a childhood favorite of mine. This dish is usually found along the dhabas on the highway which make for popular pit stops during road travels. It is a childhood memory I cherish and a recipe I love. Made with usual Indian aromatics, this […]

 
palak paneer

Easy Palak Paneer

Palak Paneer is one of the most requested videos from my readers. I used to think why is a recipe already so populated on the internet such a top request? I asked a few of my readers this question and they said they want it to be as easy as […]

 
chana pulao

One-Pot Chana Pulao

Chana pulao is a beautiful combination of rice cooked in a chickpea (chana or choley) gravy, with mild spices and condiments. It is a true vegetarian wonder and a one-pot recipe that I absolutely love. Chana pulao is a great meal in itself as it combines chickpeas with rice to […]

 
pabda fish with mustard

Pabda Fish With Mustard

Having grown up in Assam which is a land of rivers, eating fresh-water fish has been very regular for me since childhood. During the 90s, fish sellers used to come directly at out doorstep to deliver the “catch of the day.” If you were lucky enough, you could get the […]

 
masala chole

Masala Chole

I will be honest. I was never a fan of choleĀ or spicy chickpeas curry. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve always loved chickpeas, but mostly in its raw or boiled form. I love hummus and adding chickpeas to my salads. Until I started making it this way. Masala choleĀ is a very […]

 
masala egg curry

Masala Egg Curry

This masala egg curry is super simple to make and downright delicious. Even though it is easy, it does require a little bit of love and patience. The secret is the base, where the thinly sliced onions are caramelized to perfection, and then married to some basic Indian spices. The […]