Samosa Pie with Hung Curd and Mint Chutney

Samosa is a staple streetside food in the entire of north India. They may be called Samosa or Singhara and prepared with or without peas and paneer in it but the essential flavour remains the same. You won’t find much difference in the filling in any of the cities in Northern India. I always try…

How to Cook Vindaloo

In my last post I told you all about the history of Vindaloo and I discussed, the word vindaloo is a jumbled pronunciation of the Portuguese dish carne de vinha d’alhos (meat marinated in wine-vinegar and garlic), which was introduced to Indians in 15th century by Portuguese explorers. I received many mails and messages on…

Mocha Pannacotta with Coffee Jelly

I was sitting on my couch a few days back and thinking what to do, and suddenly got a call from a friend. We started talking and laughing randomly on our stories and then I asked her I am planning to cook something, what should I cook? She said she like coffee, chocolate, milk. Now…

Malaysian Satay Chicken with Kerabu Mangga

18th June marks one of the best days of my life. Today was the day when I gave audition for MasterChef Show and since then life has never been the same. For my first audition round, I served all the judges my Malaysian Satay Chicken with Peanut butter sauce and they loved the flavor of…