Millennial Biryani

Yup. For all those kids who can’t touch/ handle the smell of raw whole chicken, don’t have time to cook between their lattes and avocado toast(=P), but still want biryani on Fridays like back home. I got you. Jk. I kid. This boneless chicken biryani is perfect for picky eaters, and I happen to know…

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…

Chicken Handi

Every time I make this it reminds me of home. There’s something about the delicious tomato and fried onion gravy that coats the succulent chicken cubes, all to be scooped up into a fresh piece of naan… Ok, i’m hungry now. Here’s what you’ll need to make this: 3-4 Tbsp oil 1 pound boneless chicken…

Papri Chaat + Imlee Chutney

Cold potatoes and chickpeas drenched in imlee (tamarind) and yogurt with onions and fresh coriander peeking through. You take a bite and hear that satisfying crunch from the pappar (super thin, fried bread) and get a punch from the chaat masala and you know you’re home, because home isn’t where you live, it’s where the…

Naan

Naan. Also know as flatbread. Oh how I miss the warm round pieces of heaven and the steam that escapes every time you break off a piece. But here’s the truth. As much as I miss eating naan freshly made in a tandoor, I make them at home almost every week. And yes, they come very…

Orange Yogurt Cake

There are so many different types of cake out there. The ones with jams and fresh fruits layered between fresh cream and swiss meringue frosting. And you can’t stay away from those chocolate ones, the ones drowned in ganache. But sometimes all that decadence isn’t what you need. What about those cakes that are light…