Crispy beer battered potato fritters (batata vada) encased in a gram flour batter. “Beer batter” and “deep-fried food”!!! Enough said!! These words instantly evoke memories of things like fish and chips where the fish is nice and crispy on the outside and moist and juicy on the inside. Combine that same beer batter with one of the most popular street foods found in Mumbai “ BATATA VADA” (potato fritters) and you are in deep fried food heaven.
Seasonal vegetables delectably cooked with Indian herbs and spices and complemented by nutritious lentil and kidney beans . Super scrumptious! “Comfort food” and chili are words, which are synonymous with each other. This fact is especially true when you come back home on a rainy day. Absolutely nothing can warm your heart better than a steaming bowl of hot sizzling chili.
Marinated boneless chicken thighs mildly flavoured with Old Bay Seasoning. A unique and distinctive curry. Like every Indian I am familiar with the aptly named spice blend “garam masala”. It literally means “hot mixture of spices” and is so prevalent in Indian cooking that every Indian household will have its own unique recipe. Its uses are also plentiful; flavors in delicately flavored vegetable curries as well as the more robustly spicy meat dishes go up a notch with a fewRead More→
Whole wheat pasta with rich creamy tomato and butter sauce. Italian cuisine is mouthwateringly delicious and flavorful and yet is amazingly simple to prepare. On the contrary people are intimidated by Indian cooking where the sauces are seemingly made up of a variety of different spices. It may seem like an unlikely pairing but the marriage of these two cuisines can give rise to some amazing dishes.