Honey and soy are a great combination – the umaminess balances the sweetness and to me, is a signature flavour from Chinese cuisine. I used that as a base to make this baked chicken dish, inspired by several such chicken dishes I’ve had over the years.Continue reading “Baked Honey-Soy Chicken”
Besan ka Chillas (gram flour pancakes) are one of the easiest Indian breakfasts to make. And quite healthy too. Gluten free, contains veggies, lightly spiced and easy to eat. Easy to eat many!
I love food. All sorts of food. Even salads 🙂 I think salads can be a meal by themselves. They are healthy (for the most part), textural, delicious and sometimes surprising. And they don’t always have just leaves and veggies.
Growing up, ‘salad’ was cucumber, tomatoes, onions sliced and put on a plate. To be had along with the meal. Health+crunch. Just like every other house. Then we started including sprouts as a salad. We used to sprout the beans at home and then mix them with salt and lemon juice. Basic but tasty. This recipe is a more jazzed up version of that initial salad, something that I have made so many times for so many people over the years.
Say hello to one of my favourite breakfasts, Shakshuka!
Paneer tikka : the quintessential appetizer/entree for Punjabi food. Right? It is probably one of the most frequently ordered starters, especially for the vegetarians.
When done right, it is super yum! Light, soft, perfectly spiced, slightly tangy, crunchy. Mmmmmm!