Some lemon juiced into a mixture of onions and green chillies with a splash of salt and pepper with home-made shami kebab and Menu’s beautiful ready made parathas, this beauty was made and devoured instantly and drooled upon by the lots. I enjoyed. Yes, you’re welcome.
Bhajjiya, is what one of my sister’s told me to call her when I was a kid, man I always thought she wanted to be a gravy, sorry. It’s a cultural thing to call your elder siblings anything but their name that’s respectful, from Bhayya to Baji to Behan to Bhujjiya. Now let’s get to … Continue reading Potato Gravy – Aloo Ki Bhujjiya
Spoiler alert; there’s no chilli. It’s 3 am, I’m full, I couldn’t even finish all of this but I keep eating it because it’s just so full of flavour, thanks to my sister on Skype who’s on the other side of the world, we ended up making this beautiful, savoury dish while my dad tossed … Continue reading Chinese Rice
Some people really don’t know! Since we have a new male worker in the house who is oblivious to the art of cooking and cutting, I left a short tutorial for him as mum told me to in the kitchen so he could learn how to cut the rest, even though I’m quite capable of doing … Continue reading Tutorial: Cutting Fries!
Now, everybody has their own way of making rice, but kids, this is what the infants to your grandparents love, why? Because it has taste, not spices, something I did not very much enjoy about the recipe at first but when I started eating it, I ended up enjoying the food once the taste sinked … Continue reading Chicken Palao
Getting started, I found this recipe on here. This was the first time I ever made Bhindi or anything of the sort and what can I say, it was amazing. Problems I had: It’s in Urdu + no pictures and I don’t know how I feel about eating ladies fingers as it says so on … Continue reading Bhindi Masala