Chicken Sorpotel 🥘

Originally made with pork but all I had was chicken tonight. This dish is cooked in the coastal Konkan region of India, primarily Goa, Mangalore and East Indians of Mumbai. The meats/organs are first parboiled, then diced and sauteed before being cooked in a spicy and vinegary masala. Chicken Sorpotel Recipe: For the Sorpotel Masala:-… Continue reading Chicken Sorpotel 🥘

All that and Dim Sum 🥟

I’ve brought dimsum back into my life over the weekend and making it always leaves me feeling happy and accomplished. Dimsum wrapper quality- good Dimsum filling- delicious Dimsum folding- could be better 🙈 But at the end of the day, even ugly food is ok as long as it’s delicious right? David Chang seems to… Continue reading All that and Dim Sum 🥟

Sunday chill sesh: Baked chicken thighs

Clean fresh ingredients which is quick and extremely easy to make. Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon! Baked chicken thighs recipe: Wash the cut chicken thighs in salt and turmeric. Pat dry. Marinade the thighs in lemon, garlic paste, red chilli powder, coriander powder and salt to taste. Bake in the oven at 160 degrees… Continue reading Sunday chill sesh: Baked chicken thighs

Garlic & coconut Hummus with love 💗

Hummus, an extremely yummy & healthy snack that I don’t mind indulging on. Now the accompaniments are another story altogether 😄! You can go healthy with some vegetables sticks(carrots, cucumber, celery etc) or even the classic pita & roast chicken. Just.so.good! This is a dish that’s extra special to me as its something I learnt… Continue reading Garlic & coconut Hummus with love 💗

ChankoNabe: The Sumo Soup 🍲

This light and flavourful broth is PURE FUEL! A high performance diet for sumo wrestlers in Japan. Sumo wrestlers are not just massive but extremely strong and this dish is full of healthy fats, protein and vitamins. Just like other hot pot dishes such as Mizutaki, it is very healthy to eat, with plenty of… Continue reading ChankoNabe: The Sumo Soup 🍲

Tomato Gojju: The South Indian Salsa

I love looking for connections in cuisines from around the world. It helps me understand that although we are different, we underlying fundamentals are the same. One such connect is noticed was in the Mexican salsa and our South Indian Tomato Gojju. The fundamental base being tomatoes, onions, lemon and cilantro. This beautiful condiment is… Continue reading Tomato Gojju: The South Indian Salsa