Category: Middle Eastern & South Asian (Including India)

Zucchini Hummus

Zucchini Hummus

I am a huge fan of hummus, but I don’t always love making it at home, because it takes a little bit of effort to get it as smooth as restaurant quality hummus.

By swapping the chickpeas with raw zucchini, this hummus becomes so creamy, so light and refreshing, and comes together so fast, it’s my absolute favorite way to make hummus at home!

MADRAS CHICKEN CURRY IN 30 MINUTES

MADRAS CHICKEN CURRY IN 30 MINUTES

A south Indian style chicken curry recipe packed full of spices and flavor. Madras is a city in Tamilnadu (state), India now renamed Chennai. I can say this is Madras chicken curry because I am from the same city, and I love my city and this dish.

Spicy Croissant

Spicy Croissant

This recipe I tried once when there were some leftover croissant which almost reached its expiry. I wanted to use all the croissant as one dish. I make such kind of spiced masala with a flatbread. So I substituted croissant in place of flatbread and it came out tasty.

Eggless Butter cookies

Eggless Butter cookies

Butter cookie with just 6 ingredients. Very simple to make.
This recipe will make 20 to 22 cookies.

Spiced Orange Rice

Spiced Orange Rice

I make lemon rice often which is a common variety of rice in my country. Once I thought, why can’t I try the same with oranges and made this recipe. This is a very flavorful food with a little sweetness. Now we can use oranges for savory dish too. A great way to use your leftover rice.

Tricolour Potato Vindaloo Turnovers

Tricolour Potato Vindaloo Turnovers

Crafted with love with my mother, this Goan inspired recipe may look daunting, but it is in fact actually quite simple and very versatile – especially if using store bought vindaloo paste and/or pre-made pizza dough or phyllo. For an adventure, add your own favourite spices to the paste along with additional veggies, meat or eggs to the filling!

Sweet Corn Soup

Sweet Corn Soup

This is one of my wife’s recipes and its delicious, quick and easy to make. It’s nutritious and healthy, and especially good during winter when you want something warm.