Buffalo Wings

Buffalo Wings is a famous American appetiser. Primarily seeped in sizzling flavours of hot sauce, this recipe is a fiery surprise and will surely make smoke come out of your ears! The nomenclature, Buffalo Wings, would initially confuse anyone. No, it’s not made of actual buffaloes! The core element is chicken only. However, this specific…

Menemen

Menemen is a Middle Eastern delight! This recipe is typically served over breakfast but can be taken whenever, owing to its quick and easy method. It is light on the palate and combines the goodness of eggs with veggies, very similar to Shakshuka. Try this exotic diversion over your next Sunday brunch! Ingredients: Serves 1 2…

Lemon Chicken

Lemon Chicken is a Chinese recipe with global variations. In the basic version, boneless chicken is deep-fried and coated with a lemon sauce. Here, I have tried to recreate this type. Lemon Chicken is sweet but more of sour on the palate and is a light diversion too! So go ahead and experience this tangy…

Jerk Chicken

Jerk Chicken is a hot Jamaican appetiser. The term ‘Jerk’ refers to the style of making this chicken recipe. Here, the chicken pieces are marinated by inserting the spice marinade into chicken portions really well. The emphasis, in this recipe, is on the marination that essentially brings alive the flavours after the chicken is grilled. Jerk…

Nargisi Kofta

Nargisi Kofta is a Hyderabadi royalty on a platter! Inspired by the flower-Nargis, Narcissus tazetta-this dish is a sight for sore eyes! Nargisi Kofta is served with the kebab placed over the sauce, both of which are made separately. Here, the kebab is a flavour bomb which is complemented by the tangy sauce. So what better way…

Kolhapuri Chicken

Kolhapuri Chicken, is a popular regional Indian recipe from Kolhapur, Maharashtra. This cuisine is famous for generously using a concoction of Indian spices and coconut in its recipes. This beautiful mixture forms the core ingredient and lends a pungent and aromatic spicy flavour to the Kolhapuri cuisine. Kolhapuri Chicken is a delicious fare of this…

Chicken Souvlaki with Tzatziki

Chicken Souvlaki with Tzatziki is a Greek appetiser. Souvlaki denotes chunks of meat and vegetables, as per taste, grilled on a skewer; ‘souvlaki’ is Greek for ‘skewer’. Often, the most popular sauce that accompanies it is an exotic yet simple Tzatziki sauce made with yogurt and cucumber. Chicken Souvlaki with Tzatziki is mild yet pungent…

Poro

Poro is a delightful breakfast option from the Parsi cuisine. It combines a variety of veggies and is extremely high on nutrition! It is a typical Sunday breakfast recipe in any Parsi household. And makes for a great variation of an omelette routine. Poro, is also simple in preparation with easily available ingredients. It is…

Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken, one word- tantalising! Here, I have tried to recreate the authentic version using the main ingredient, the pungent Sichuan peppers and man, they are hot! That just takes the dish to a whole new level of spicy! This recipe is a popular Chinese dish in the Indian markets and makes for a…

Chicken Korma

Chicken Korma is quintessentially Mughlai. Owing its origins to South Asia, this dish oozes royalty. Korma is derived from the Urdu word kormah which means ‘to braise’, which is in turn derived from the Turkish word kavurma which means ‘cooked meat’. Chicken Korma essentially involves the chicken to stew or braise in yogurt, cream and nut paste….

Kosha Mangsho

Kosha Mangsho is a Bengali cuisine recipe. The key differentiating ingredient used here are potatoes, that sets it apart from other mutton gravies in the Indian cuisine. Also, it has more gravy than juice, a consequence of slow cooking, retaining the moisture of the mutton- ‘Kosha’ means sautéed and ‘Mangsho’ means mutton in Bengali. Kosha Mangsho is sweet…

Schezwan Chicken

Schezwan Chicken is a Chinese cuisine recipe. It is a highly popular item on the menu cards in Indian restaurants. Essentially, involving the use of Schezwan Sauce, this chicken recipe is a spicy affair; definitely not for the faint-hearted! The link for a home-made recipe of the Schezwan Sauce is mentioned here. So try this extremely piquant chicken…