I present to you one of the quickest recipes I have worked with to date. But don’t you dare think the minimal cook times makes this a ‘mediocre’ meal. The cook time to flavour ratio is INCREDIBLE.
This recipe emerged after I was obsessively searching for a way to use up all the cabbage we had at home. You see, cooking for 2 people is tricky because you need such a small quantity of ingredients and then you’re always left with bits and bobs of random ingredients like one-third of a courgette, a quarterRead more
About 95% of the time, when I’m in no rush to get dinner on the table, I make my curry the usual way by first sauteing the onions, garlic and ginger first, then browning the meat etc. However, my Mum taught me this pretty neat way to cook meat-based curries where the sauteing happens atRead more
I remember before I got married, I asked my then-fiance now-husband what his favourite food was. He responded, quite sheepishly, ‘I like Pilau and Biryani’.
When I think aaloo ki tikkiyan, I think of the classical Pakistani food I grew up eating. I think of the daal and chawal my mother made that I loved. I remember sneaking the flavoursome, tender cutlets from trays in front of guests when I thought no one was looking. I knew I would get some after, but I couldRead more
As my exams linger close by, I find myself turning towards quick, simple and classic recipes. I love spending time in the kitchen and experimenting with new recipes and ideas, but when time is of the essence, a couple of no-fuss, tried and true recipes come in handy. This happens to be one of them.Read more
This is one of my husband’s favourite dishes. Well, to be more specific, this is his favourite Pakistani recipe of mine. And to be quite fair, I do agree with him. If I had to make a list of my favourite Pakistani foods, Karahi Keema made with mutton or lamb meat would be in my top 5. Literally,Read more