’m so excited about my latest creations for the book ! A lot of you were asking about Indian dishes for the book and well, they’re coming and this is what you will see IN THE BOOK. 😍😘
Here you have a butter naan, jeera rice and a creamy Dal Makhani that is absolutely filling and packed with flavor. 🔥
Dal Makhani is a punjabi dish made with whole black lentils and red kidney beans. It gets it’s richness from butter and cream and a red chili powder brings the heat.
I can't wait for you to try this recipe! Please tag me in your pictures on FB @ https://www.facebook.com/TheSaffronGirl😍💞
So I did an Indo-Italian fusion and it was an EPIC success. If you've never had paneer, it's an Indian cheese (similar to Halloumi) that's very versatile and used in many different regional dishes of India. It has a consistency similar to Extra Firm Tofu.
For this dish, I pan fried the paneer in ghee and turmeric. Made a pasta sauce with some indian spices and sprinkled the pasta with grated Amul cheese. I can't describe how delicious this recipe is! Here's how you make it....
Chickpeas are such a versatile ingredient. My mom makes the most amazing chole puri with this fluffy white puri and I still haven't cracked the code on that puri recipe... but one day...
In the meantime, I have this absolutely simple but delicious recipe for you that's perfect for the weather. The flavorful combination of garam masala with the tanginess of the tomatoes brings this chole aloo to life! If you mash some of the potatoes into the curry, it will help thicken the base so you can dip into it with some buttery naan or soak it up with fragrant basmati rice.
The possibilities are endless!
Callin' all cheese lovers‼️Who says "no" to 𝑔𝓇𝒾𝓁𝓁𝑒𝒹 𝒸𝒽𝑒𝑒𝓈𝑒 ever⁉️
This cheesy delight is layered with a smoked chipotle gouda and sharp cheddar! The pesto just takes the grilled cheese to another level with its nutty flavor.
Let's bring back the Kenyan roots!! :-) Growing up in Kenya, I have such fond memories of mom making Maru na bhajiya... and the tomato chutney... the heat from the green chilies in the bhajiya batter and the cooling effect of the chutney..mmm... it was the perfect combination of a meal!
A few years ago, I noticed this flaming version of Mac N Cheese go viral on social media. It was served at a local spot somewhere on the West Coast. I was personally intrigued by the concept and decided to make my own version! I would highly recommend you try this recipe asap - it's THAT good ..mmm...Mmmmmm...