Keema Naan

Naan in itself is amazing when it’s freshly made in a tandoor, but fill it with some keema (ground beef) and you’ve got yourself something amazing. I’ve been making naan at home for years, and one day I decided to add some keema to the mix because when you want keema naan, you want keema…

Street Style Bun Kabab Sliders

I recently conquered my fear of making shami kabab at home and made a huge batch for my freezer! Not only was it easy to make (a little time consuming but considering the amount you end up not a big deal), but this means bun kababs all day everyday. This classic street food found in…

Suji ka Halwa

This Halwa is a melt in your mouth, sneak another bowl full type of halwa. My aunt made this last month and I hounded her for the recipe, and as she was telling me how she made it I couldn’t believe the amount of butter she was telling me to write down, and you might…

Paratha Rolls 2.0

It’s Ramadan, so obviously I’m making paratha rolls on the regular, but sometimes I like to change up my recipes to see if they can pack some more flavour. So that’s what I did with paratha rolls. My old Paratha roll recipe is delicious as well, I just made a few variations. Here’s what you’ll…

Chana Masala

In a time crunch? Need dinner on the table stat? I got you. Chickpeas are generally liked by all, and go great with naan, fresh roti and rice. They actually go great in rice as well, but that’s a recipe for another day. They’re great to make on the side and are of course, amazing…

Chicken Tikka

As much as I love the pre-made spice mixes for things like tikka and biryani, it’s nice to know you can make them on your own, and it also tastes slightly better too! So this past week I wanted to marinate some chicken tikka for the week and have it in the fridge and I…