This slow-cooker chicken will be one of your all-time favorite dishes to make, not only because it tastes delicious, but because you literally can put all the ingredients into the slow cooker at one shot and walk away until its time to eat! The chicken is tender, a beautiful golden color and soaked into the … Continue reading Slow-cooker Masala Chicken
Sometimes making fusion foods is more appealing to me than traditional curries. Not that I don’t love my Indian foods, but change is good; especially in the kitchen! Cooking is more fun, and the results can be a hit with your taste-testers or a big miss. But regardless how your own “fusion food” turns out … Continue reading Balti-Style Coconut Chicken
One thing I’m a real fan of is Tiramisu. There is just something about those spongey layers of ladyfingers soaked in delicious espresso and then topped with the most creamy mascarpone and vanilla filling, that keeps making me want to have it all the time. It’s just simply divine! Problem is, it can be a … Continue reading Best Tiramisu Ever!
Every good Indian curry deserves a good bread to eat it with. You have to! Otherwise, you won’t get that authentic Indian experience with your meal! Indian breads consist of rotis, naans, parathas, khulchas, puri’s, bhatura, and a great variety of other breads, and stuffed breads. Each type has its own speciality and helps enhance … Continue reading Garlic Naan
Nankhatai are shortbread biscuits, originating from the Indian subcontinent, popular in India and Pakistan. The word Nankhatai is derived from Persian word “Naan” meaning bread and “Khatai” from an Afghan word meaning Biscuit. (www.wikipedia.com) Here in the US, we simply call them “Shortbread Biscuits/Cookies.” The different between the American version and the Indian version is … Continue reading Cardamom & Pistachio Shortbread Biscuits (NanKhatai)
If you like eating Funnel Cake and enjoy the soft, chewy center with the slightly crispy outside, you will love trying the Indian Jalebi. Jalebi is similar to a mini-sized funnel cake but after it is fried, it is immediately dunked into a thick simple syrup and then plated. Once it cools, it has a … Continue reading Jalebi (Crispy dough in Sugar Syrup)
It’s Friday!! That means we can relax, think about sleeping in the next day and what good stuff to eat tonight! In our house, we keep it simple on Fridays; either we eat leftovers, grab pizza or make a bunch of fun foods for our movie nights. And even though I cook for a living, … Continue reading 1 Pan Mexican Potatoes.