Friday Night Pizza

I have been making pizza at home for quite long now. I am a bit particular about what goes on my pizza and hence I like the control. I don’t do greens on my pizza, nope. Here’s my recipe for Pizza. I usually do the pizza bread with yeast. I have tried the same without…

Sheet Pancake – A Baked version

So you can have pancakes for breakfast even on weekdays and you only need 15 minutes maximum for it. Isn’t that wonderful? While the description said, it’s a perfect fit for big families, who needs a reason for pancake right? I know I am going to include pancake for my breakfast even on weekdays now….

Hummus – the classic version

Hummus is love. It’s such a versatile dish. I love to have my hummus with some grilled chicken and garlic bread for dinner. I also put it in my sandwiches or on my toasties. You can do so much with it. I have made Pasta sauce using Hummus and it tastes delicious. I always make…

Chocolate Babka – a Jewish Sweet Bread

I was watching a Netflix food show when I got to know about this dish. I knew instantly that I have to try this. I am so glad that I did this. Yes, it’s a bit of a process and takes some effort, but you need to try this once. The end result will justify…

Chicken Hariyali Kebab

A kebab sounds just right for the Friday night, right? And trust me, you don’t need to order from a restaurant. These are very easy to make at home as well. So try this for a Friday night in or over the weekend and enjoy. INGREDIENTS 2 chicken breasts, boneless 1 cup coriander leaves 2…

Basanti Pulao

A bengali rice pulao made with short-grain Gobindobhog rice instead of long grain basmati rice. The name states the color of this pulao, nice bright yellow. It has a sweet taste to it, so it’s best served with spicy chicken or mutton kosha. INGREDIENTS 1 cup gobindo bhog rice 3-4 cloves, 2 small bay leaf,…

Tomato Date Chutney

Bengali chutneys are usually sweet in taste and this one is no different. This is the bridge between the main course and dessert in any Bengali festivity. While it tastes yummy when served hot, I love to eat it once it has chilled in fridge for a day. The sugar syrup thicken the chutney and…

Pyaaz Pakora – Perfect for a rainy evening

Whenever it’s raining in the evening, I feel like munching something and what’s better than Pyaaz Pakora or Kanda Bhajji as the locals call it in Mumbai. I like to serve it with some Masala tea, set the mood lighting in the living room and enjoy. Sadly I can do these things only on weekends…

Chicken Stew – the ultimate comfort food

Whether it’s a gloomy rainy day or a cold winter day, I love to make chicken stew to warm my soul. Growing up, my mom used to make it for me a lot. So when we shifted to Delhi first during the harsh winter time all I wanted to have was this chicken stew all…

Chicken Chapli Kebab

We first ordered this dish a couple months before the lock down started from a local restaurant. Soon it became a staple for Friday night order-ins. When the lock down started, we were craving for this dish and I thought of making it at home. It’s actually quite easy to make and I have made…