This is the Best Besan Barfi recipe that just melts in your mouth and is ideal for the festive season! In this Indian sweet, besan flour (black chickpea flour) is roasted in ghee then sweetened with a sugar syrup. Follow the step by step photos for Perfect Besan Barfi that is soft, creamy and easy …
You must try this authentic Chana Masala recipe because it will blow your mind! In this Indian chickpea curry, tender chickpeas are simmered in a onion, garlic and tomato sauce which is flavoured with aromatic spices. I have followed an authentic recipe of channa masala which is naturally vegan and gluten-free.
Aate ka Halwa is a popular Indian sweet that is made with wheat flour, ghee and sugar. We have added mawa/khoya in this wheat flour halwa for an extra luxurious Shahi touch. Just 4 main ingredients and 20 minutes are required to make this delicious halwa with a divine khasta and melt-in-the-mouth texture.
A Mumbai street food classic, bread pakora or bread pakoda are a much loved deep-fried snack -a sandwich of bread and spiced potato filling is dipped into gram flour batter. Our Three Layer Aloo Bread Pakora version is as indulgent as it sounds – with an addition of two spicy chutneys it tastes as incredible …
This easy Spinach Chana Dal or Dal Palak is an incredibly tasty Indian lentil curry recipe. Fresh spinach and an assortment of fragrant Indian spices are blended with creamy chana dal. Spinach Dal is a must try if you are looking for a flavourful Indian recipe that is naturally plant protein rich, vegan and gluten-free.
Dahi Aloo or Potatoes in Yogurt Gravy is pure Indian comfort food. It is a simple, easy to make curry that is perfect served mid week. Boiled potatoes are simmered in a quick finger-licking garlic and yogurt sauce.
Microwave Paneer Tikka Masala is a delicious microwave curry recipe. Creamy paneer chunks are marinated in a tikka tandoori masala before being added to a rich gravy to create a wonderful North Indian Microwave Paneer.
This healthy and nutritious Moong/Masoor dal with Carrot Greens is packed with garlicky flavours. It is light on the tummy yet loaded with protein. This daal is easy and quick to prepare and so economical! You do not need to visit an Indian restaurant for authentic tasting daal.