Category: Indian Non Vegetarian

Bhuna Ghosht

Mutton cravings were reaching a peak. Especially home cooked mutton. I was desperate for done but my kids don’t enjoy and have been procrastinating to cook for the two of us. Made full use of the Independence Day holiday and invited my family over for lunch with the joint purpose of celebrating Rakhi too Prepared …

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Mom’s Chicken Fry

All these years we have been salivating and hogging on Mom’s chicken fry and I never bothered to ask her for the recipe. Today when I wanted to make it, I quickly dialled mom and asked her for the recipe. And guess what, it’s the same masala that I use for fish fry 😂😂😂. Don’t know …

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Goan Mince Potato Chops

Another wonderful dish from Goa. My love for the beautiful state is unparalleled. Chops are a wonderful way to present all kinds of meat and just right with a glass of your favourite spirit. A starter and meal all in one. Here mutton mince is lovingly embraced by silky potato mash caressed with an egg …

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Mutton Stew & Neer Dosa

Mom is home and it’s time for me to be pampered. Well anytime mom is around whether at her place or mine it’s time for me to relax and be fed some of her famous delicacies. 😋😋 Had nagged her once for the stew recipe but never landed making it for the blog. This weekend …

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Kheema Chawal

Another recipe that I make pretty often is Kheema Chawal. Looks like some effort went into it but its actually such a quick easy recipe. Perfect to impress guests who turn up on short notice. Ingredients 1 big cup basmati rice 400 gms kheema 4 baby potatoes peeled and halved 3 laung 6 peppercorns 1″ …

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Al’s Meat Chilli Fry

I met Alicia when I lived in Goa. She was my bestie for the 2 years i lived there. At that time I didn’t know to cook much and would love when she would feed me all her specialities. One of my favourites was her Beef chilli fry and would crave to eat it. She …

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Dum Ghosht Biryani

A year ago I joined this group called Chef At Large that has had a huge impact in my life. I slowly developed an interest in cooking, a curiosity in experimenting, a passion for food and a new found talent in food photography. I blossomed under the praise, appreciation and encouragement showered on me and …

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Bangda Puli Munchi

I am not a big fan of bangda or mackerel but every time I have made this curry, it’s always a finger licking hit. Its not as watery as regular curries and thats what makes it different. A thick gravy with loads of chillies (munchi), very little coconut and the right balance of sourness with …

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Mutton Vindaloo

As kids, mom would make pork vindaloo often as it was my dad’s and middle sister’s favourite dish, We used to order this bread wala naan from the bakery and gobble the vindaloo with it. My eldest sister is a vegetarian (delivered at the wrong address maybe :P) and she would eat the creamy potatoes …

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Khus Khus Malai chicken

Whenever I want to try some new Indian chicken dishes, I usually refer to recipes from a foodie chef Jaspreet Nirula. This time I chose the Khus Khus Malai chicken and didn’t realise what i was getting into. This recipe asked for quite an elaborate process, First the thinly sliced onions had to be fried …

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