This easy naan recipe will rock your world if you need bread on the table very quickly. Even if you don’t care for the ease of it. It is good to have something to fall back onto in case there is a bread shortage in the house.
This Chicken Jalfrezi Recipe is probably going to be one of the easiest recipes in your arsenal. When I say “yours”, quite frankly, I am sure you will enjoy cooking and consuming this dish. Let’s see what Chicken Jalfrezi Recipe is about, shall we?
Let me introduce you to another gem of a recipe made in Instant Pot. Meet Instant Pot Chicken Masala, you guys! When I started food blogging in 2009 there weren’t many Indian recipes to come by. Whatever I could learn, I learned from my Indian or Pakistani friends. This Rustic Chicken Masala recipe was one of the few I picked up from my friends.
Chana masala became one of my favorite side dishes while I lived in Texas. I had a loving Indian family who would invite me to their house on weekends and offer amazing treats along with some great dinner. I decided to post this recipe in honor of Aziz and her family, who showed me the meaning of sincere friendship and for introducing me to the Indian Cuisine :)
During the first months of pregnancy with my first son Omar, the only dish I could eat and keep in my stomach, was Curry Chicken. From there on, the Indian cuisine became one of our favorite cuisines. Not to mention my oldest son’s passion for Curry. I have already posted my favorite recipe of Curry Chicken. Chicken Tikka Masala uses a slightly different technique and tastes a little different from Curry Chicken. Don’t get scared of the ingredient list – it might look slightly complicated, but you will get everything in a heartbeat :) Plus isn’t it all worth it when you enjoy your Chicken Tikka Masala with some nice home-made Naan?
I have a special relationship with Naan (we call it “Non” in Uzbek language) – I like it with everything! In fact, my whole family likes bread with everything. Indian Naan and Uzbek Non share something more than the similarity of the names. They are both baked in a clay oven and resemble in taste. Naan translates from Persian as bread and it is very popular in many Middle-Eastern, South Asian and Central Asian countries.
I first tasted this dessert at our favorite Indian restaurant after my husband insisted that it was very good. I immediately liked it since the taste reminds me of Turkish desserts like baklava, revani and Kemalpasa. Since then, I have tried to make Gulab Jamun multiple times at home. It is a very simple dessert, but I admit that it took me at least 6 tries to make it the way it is supposed to be! This is a step-by-step recipe, so please follow all of the steps carefully and look at the pictures as a reference.
Spinach Saag is a curried spinach which is very delicious and pleasantly creamy. It is an excellent side dish for almost anything. I mainly make it as a side to my Curry Chicken. It is very easy to make and if you decide to prepare Saag, it will be worth your time (that is if you like curry and spinach!).
This chicken curry recipe is a killer (of hunger of course)! Indian curry chicken is a very delicious dish, served in curry spice along with Basmati rice. This step-by-step chicken curry recipe with pictures will help you prepare a very delicious meal for you and your family. Highly recommended by moi! Very tasty, very fast and full of flavor. We love going to a local authentic Indian restaurant in our neighborhood. My deal is, of course, to try to learn how to bring the new flavors back to my kitchen. I decided to try to cook one of our favorite Curry Chicken also known as Indian Chicken Curry recipes.