Kopi Bhaaji, commonly known as Aloo Gobi, which is just the Indian translation, is a spicy cauliflower and potato stir fry. I grew up with this as a side dish or a breakfast dish, now as a grown up with time constraints, this has become a very common dinner item for me. It’s super simple
Daal is kinda like my “chicken noodle soup” ….. it is my go to comfort food for when I need some TLC 🙂 When I’m sick, when I’m sad or just pissed off at the world …. gimme some Daal and I’ll be fine. Daal is a must have on any Bengali lunch or dinner
This may look like your regular ol’ fried rice, but don’t be fooled, this is packed with unique, complicated flavors. For starters, it’s very fragrant with spicy chili and minty thai basil leaves. But fear not, I’m here to assure you that it’s not that complicated to make at all!! And it takes only about 15 minutes
You all know how I’m not into cold food… cold salad, cold noodles, cold cuts, yep I dislike them all. BUT PROSCIUTTO, now that’s a whole different story. Now I can enjoy prosciutto straight outta the packet or in any which way served. However, paired with something sweet and mild cheese, it’s just amazing. This sandwich
This has become my go to side-dish lately. I’m obsessed with it. To make it easier, I use frozen cauliflower, but you can definitely make it with fresh cauliflower. This pair really well with anything from seafood to steak. I top it off with the caramelized onion for some extra flavors, but it’s just as
Okra, also known as lady fingers, is one of my favorite vegetables to serve an aspiring foodie. I love to challenge them, if you can’t handle okra you can’t be a foodie… is that mean? People can be skeptical about this beautiful pod thinking it’ll be slimy and gross. Not true! If cooked the right
Have this for dinner tonight… I’m serious! This meal is like bringing the Mediterranean and Indian culture together. A “unique” combo, I know, but trust me it works beautifully.
Doesn’t corn just scream summer to you?… it does for me. Can’t have a summer party without some corn. While I love just plain ‘ol corn on the cob with some butter, this just is such a crowd pleaser. A bit spicy, a bit salty, a bit creamy… I can eat bowls of this.
Very possibly my favorite curry to make. This recipe has so many selling points… Super easy, 3 step (I count it as 2.5 steps) recipe. Stores really well. It actually gets better over the days if you re-heat in the pan. EVERYONE loves it.
The perfect Basmati Rice…. now that could be a little “tricky”. The difference between “okay” and “perfection” is that perfectly cooked Basmati Rice must be FLUFFY. It should also be fragrant, a little sweet, with a ton of flavors.