Prawn Malai Curry is a rich & creamy prawn and coconut dish from Bengal, which legend says got its name from a similar dish made by Malay sailors visiting India. This was one of the first dishes we introduced on our supper club menu and has been a long standing favourite of our guests. We’ve […]
Couple of years ago we had a friend of Aniruddha’s visiting us in India for a holiday. Originally from South Africa, Sean had moved to Australia, where he & Aniruddha worked at the same company. This was his first trip to India and of course we wanted him to experience as much of Indian food as he could. But […]
Salmon and Saffron
Salmon is by far my favourite fish and my favourite way to eat Salmon is to cook it Japanese-style with a teriyaki sauce. Pink salmon is not a fish used in Indian cooking, and therefore I have never had it with Indian flavours. So I decided to try and cook it with an Indian sauce […]
(One of) The best chicken curries ever!
There is no dearth of chicken curries in Indian cuisine and while they may all look and taste the same for those not familiar with the cuisine, I can guarantee that this is not the case. I could go into the variations in spice mixtures, the marination, cooking techniques, etc. But let me focus on what […]
A harmony of flavours in Mom’s Tomato Saar
This is a recipe that I will guard with my life. My mom’s tomato saar has got to be one of the best examples of flavours coming together in harmony in a single glass. Tangy tomatoes, rich sweet coconut milk and the heat of green chillies balanced with cumin and curry leaves. Priya
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