Growing up in Mumbai, my next door neighbors were a lovely Muslim family. During the month of Ramadan, Mrs. Murtaza would cook delicious iftaar (the meal eaten by Muslims after sunset) dinners. I would smell the cardamom and saffron of the mutton biryani, and the seekh kebabs cooking over the hot charcoal, and rush over.
We’re celebrating St Patty’s Day the Bollywood way – with the ultimate palak paneer recipe!
One of my favorite breakfast dishes from Goa, India is this quick scramble of spiced ground meat (beef or mutton) also known as ‘kheema’ and eggs.
A favorite of Cheryllyne’s and best made with pomfret or red snapper from United Noodle or Coastal Seafoods. You can also use use whatever fish or seafood you prefer!
Potatoes and cauliflower go so well together. I love eating aloo gobi with rotis OR puris (a type of fry bread). The spices are just right for warming you up, especially now that the temperatures are cooling down.