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  • I have this penchant for hot and spicy foods, so it is natural that I have affiliation towards chilies, I admire them in all sizes, colors, flavors and taste. And the thing which I loves about them most is that they can be a great appetizer. Feeling the heat already ? Well, not before you tried this delectable Indian curry of chillies which we fondly called mirchi ka salan or curried chillies. The red, yellow, orange and shades of green, […]

    stuffed chillies with roasted eggplants and olives – mediterranean style

    I have this penchant for hot and spicy foods, so it is natural that I have affiliation towards chilies, I admire them in all sizes, colors, flavors and taste. And the thing which I loves about them most is that they can be a great appetizer. Feeling the heat already ? Well, not before you tried this delectable Indian curry of chillies which we fondly called mirchi ka salan or curried chillies. The red, yellow, orange and shades of green, […]

  • From instant noodles to thick and greasy chowmein India laps it all in the name of Chinese cuisine to maintain the status quo of “hindi chini bhai bhai” though we had several incursion in our homeland from across the borders like a daily dose of gobi manchurian peppered with Indian spices. In early 60’s or 70’s it was quiet fashionable to have Chinese cuisine almost a status symbol and many fancy restaurants took pride in their sizzlers and noodles greased […]

    fried rice and veg manchurian for the desi chinese

    From instant noodles to thick and greasy chowmein India laps it all in the name of Chinese cuisine to maintain the status quo of “hindi chini bhai bhai” though we had several incursion in our homeland from across the borders like a daily dose of gobi manchurian peppered with Indian spices. In early 60’s or 70’s it was quiet fashionable to have Chinese cuisine almost a status symbol and many fancy restaurants took pride in their sizzlers and noodles greased […]

  • Pickling as we all know is a process of preserving or marinating the fruits or vegetables in a brine or vinegar based solution, but in India which can be easily called as land of pickles, here pickling is not water based but oil based which is infused with lots of aromatic spices and set to maturer for months in large porcelain jars which we called barni. As the culture and tradition in India varies from one region to another, so […]

    achari baingan or baby eggplants in pickling spices

    Pickling as we all know is a process of preserving or marinating the fruits or vegetables in a brine or vinegar based solution, but in India which can be easily called as land of pickles, here pickling is not water based but oil based which is infused with lots of aromatic spices and set to maturer for months in large porcelain jars which we called barni. As the culture and tradition in India varies from one region to another, so […]

  • The other day I bought some chilli peppers, they were sitting prettily in a wicker basket at the counter of local grocery shop, waiting to be picked up by the people like me who has some strange fascination for chilies. It was kept as an assorted chilies, some are turning red while others are having various shades of green, some are pablano, Italian sweet chilli or jalapeno and some are tiny with red and pinkish hues, quiet unknown for me. […]

    bharwan mirch or stuffed chilli pepper appetizer

    The other day I bought some chilli peppers, they were sitting prettily in a wicker basket at the counter of local grocery shop, waiting to be picked up by the people like me who has some strange fascination for chilies. It was kept as an assorted chilies, some are turning red while others are having various shades of green, some are pablano, Italian sweet chilli or jalapeno and some are tiny with red and pinkish hues, quiet unknown for me. […]

  • I know, I know, this is not the season for having blueberry pies, but summer seems to still linger somewhere in the air, or in my mind !!!. Autumn is in full swing, everywhere leafs are turning into yellow, orange and red, but in the midst of that, a warm and humid day sneaks occasionally into the crisp and cool autumn mornings. Apple cider, cranberries and pumpkin patches are announcing their arrival everywhere, with Halloween around the corner, but few […]

    blueberry pie in autumn

    I know, I know, this is not the season for having blueberry pies, but summer seems to still linger somewhere in the air, or in my mind !!!. Autumn is in full swing, everywhere leafs are turning into yellow, orange and red, but in the midst of that, a warm and humid day sneaks occasionally into the crisp and cool autumn mornings. Apple cider, cranberries and pumpkin patches are announcing their arrival everywhere, with Halloween around the corner, but few […]

  • Breaking news : Garfield is ready to share his lasagna !!!!   Startled !!!  wont you ??? Off course it would have been a breaking news, if there is a bit of truth in it..we all know that it is far from possible unless lasagna got rotten or …it has some * in it,  but it is enough to throw the world of Garfield upside down. Garfield is not only fond of lasagna but he is simply obsessed with it. Yes, […]

    chicken lasagna and Garfield

    Breaking news : Garfield is ready to share his lasagna !!!!   Startled !!!  wont you ??? Off course it would have been a breaking news, if there is a bit of truth in it..we all know that it is far from possible unless lasagna got rotten or …it has some * in it,  but it is enough to throw the world of Garfield upside down. Garfield is not only fond of lasagna but he is simply obsessed with it. Yes, […]

  • Whoa !!! what a weekend that was…two days of incessant rains…stormy winds cyclone – ing at more than 100 mph, uprooted  trees, electric cables and poles…dismantled roofs…lurching us in the darkness for more than 36 hours…with frequent power outages…business closed…no foods…survived only on cold sandwiches…a hardboard landed on the bonnet of car like a flying saucer did a permanent damage to the car’s windshield as we were returning from the local grocery store and left me shrieked in fear…some of the […]

    zucchini fritters / fries

    Whoa !!! what a weekend that was…two days of incessant rains…stormy winds cyclone – ing at more than 100 mph, uprooted  trees, electric cables and poles…dismantled roofs…lurching us in the darkness for more than 36 hours…with frequent power outages…business closed…no foods…survived only on cold sandwiches…a hardboard landed on the bonnet of car like a flying saucer did a permanent damage to the car’s windshield as we were returning from the local grocery store and left me shrieked in fear…some of the […]

  • Chocolate is one of life’s luxuries and one of the few that we can all afford. Nothing beats the pleasure of hot chocolate on a cold morning or on one of those gloomy days and is equally hard to resist the luxuriant and richness of sumptuous chocolate cakes and gateaux…with layers of oomph…that lures the temptation further…and no baking is complete without the chocolates.  For chocoholics like me, it marks the beginning and end of …everything. From simple milk chocolate to white chocolate, everyone has their fantasy weaved around this single […]

    easy breezy fudge brownies with sliced almonds on top

    Chocolate is one of life’s luxuries and one of the few that we can all afford. Nothing beats the pleasure of hot chocolate on a cold morning or on one of those gloomy days and is equally hard to resist the luxuriant and richness of sumptuous chocolate cakes and gateaux…with layers of oomph…that lures the temptation further…and no baking is complete without the chocolates.  For chocoholics like me, it marks the beginning and end of …everything. From simple milk chocolate to white chocolate, everyone has their fantasy weaved around this single […]

  • I love pasta, this is a fact and I love it in its varied shapes and forms, though bow tie is my favourite, slathering it in green and red pesto sauces, sometimes cheesy and creamy, and this is  a late realization for me that I am in love with Italian cuisine. If we talk about Italian cuisine, pizza comes next in my list but it is more like rescue food for me, when I am not in a mood to cook, though it sounds little […]

    risotto prima vera – the basic recipe for risotto

    I love pasta, this is a fact and I love it in its varied shapes and forms, though bow tie is my favourite, slathering it in green and red pesto sauces, sometimes cheesy and creamy, and this is  a late realization for me that I am in love with Italian cuisine. If we talk about Italian cuisine, pizza comes next in my list but it is more like rescue food for me, when I am not in a mood to cook, though it sounds little […]

  • Saffronstreaks wishes its readers a very happy Independence  Day and on this beautiful day, what is better than the plate of piping hot samosas to celebrate such a ocassion. If food has that power to bind the people, then I believe samosas has that unique and divine power. It is being loved by every one, from rich to poor, across all the religion, caste and creed, on street foods to gourmet tables, it is everywhere with endless possibilities of fillings that never fails to bring smiles […]

    imperfect samosas for monsoon medley

    Saffronstreaks wishes its readers a very happy Independence  Day and on this beautiful day, what is better than the plate of piping hot samosas to celebrate such a ocassion. If food has that power to bind the people, then I believe samosas has that unique and divine power. It is being loved by every one, from rich to poor, across all the religion, caste and creed, on street foods to gourmet tables, it is everywhere with endless possibilities of fillings that never fails to bring smiles […]

  • It was almost 6 years back in Bangalore, when I was first introduced to the Mexican cuisine, a cuisine which I later found to be so much in sync with the Indian taste, except the cheese part. It was in Bombay Blue, (not sure they are still in the business) a upmarket restaurant operating from Bangalore central mall on Mayo hall road, adjoining the noodle bar, where I get to taste this heavenly dish called enchilada, which I ordered on a whim. […]

    enchiladas for a taste of mexico and chilis – a restaurant review

    It was almost 6 years back in Bangalore, when I was first introduced to the Mexican cuisine, a cuisine which I later found to be so much in sync with the Indian taste, except the cheese part. It was in Bombay Blue, (not sure they are still in the business) a upmarket restaurant operating from Bangalore central mall on Mayo hall road, adjoining the noodle bar, where I get to taste this heavenly dish called enchilada, which I ordered on a whim. […]

  • When I said Indo-Chinese style, you must have guessed it right, a fusion of Indian and Chinese cuisine, whereby Chinese  dishes are adapted to suit Indian taste, but what about cabbage manchurian ? When it comes to manchurian, gobi, paneer, chicken and fish all lined up in the series of possibilities, delectable no doubt and way different from the real cuisine of Manchuria, a province in China. But who cares ? as long as the combo of soy and tomato sauce works their way […]

    cabbage manchurian rolls – in Indo-Chinese style

    When I said Indo-Chinese style, you must have guessed it right, a fusion of Indian and Chinese cuisine, whereby Chinese  dishes are adapted to suit Indian taste, but what about cabbage manchurian ? When it comes to manchurian, gobi, paneer, chicken and fish all lined up in the series of possibilities, delectable no doubt and way different from the real cuisine of Manchuria, a province in China. But who cares ? as long as the combo of soy and tomato sauce works their way […]

  • The last secrets of the silk road : four girls follow Marco Polo across 5000 miles. Wow !!! I said and picked up the book from public library because the title itself speaks about the world which one can only dreams about. The Silk road allures  travellers from across the globe and its secrets have been told in the legends and folklore. As I cruises through the pages, it seems that one fine day,  four British girls all in their early […]

    sweet bell pepper pilaf and secrets of the silk road – a book review

    The last secrets of the silk road : four girls follow Marco Polo across 5000 miles. Wow !!! I said and picked up the book from public library because the title itself speaks about the world which one can only dreams about. The Silk road allures  travellers from across the globe and its secrets have been told in the legends and folklore. As I cruises through the pages, it seems that one fine day,  four British girls all in their early […]

  • How many times it happens to you that you want to dish out a recipe and you run out of a specific ingredient in your pantry, most of the times ??, never or sometimes ??  Well, I am not in a habit of keeping a well-stuffed pantry because many a times it happens that the un-opened bottle of sauce got expired (specially those which has very short shelf life) and it heads straight to the bin !    Waste !!! Waste !!! and more Waste […]

    hot and spicy chicken wings with barbecue sauce

    How many times it happens to you that you want to dish out a recipe and you run out of a specific ingredient in your pantry, most of the times ??, never or sometimes ??  Well, I am not in a habit of keeping a well-stuffed pantry because many a times it happens that the un-opened bottle of sauce got expired (specially those which has very short shelf life) and it heads straight to the bin !    Waste !!! Waste !!! and more Waste […]

  • We feel extremely happy to announce that Saffronstreaks is celebrating two golden years of food and travel blogging, come and join the cupcake party !! Yes, my first ever cupcake ! just fresh from the oven !! “They are sweet, they are pretty, they are cute and adorable. They come in all the vibrant colors one can think of, in all the flavors, with personalized messages, they spread cheer and joy to the gloomiest of the soul and can bring […]

    chocolate cupcakes and two years of blogging

    We feel extremely happy to announce that Saffronstreaks is celebrating two golden years of food and travel blogging, come and join the cupcake party !! Yes, my first ever cupcake ! just fresh from the oven !! “They are sweet, they are pretty, they are cute and adorable. They come in all the vibrant colors one can think of, in all the flavors, with personalized messages, they spread cheer and joy to the gloomiest of the soul and can bring […]

  • I know baking is hot, baking is divine but for me the world of baking starts and ends with a simple vanilla sponge cake. Sounds strange enough isn’t it ?  Such creatures still exist on Earth and I am one of them. Though I have tasted many gourmet baked desserts but baking those goodies that too in my kitchen, never materialise. Never, until that day… And these food bloggers brings sheer torture to the people like me with their heavenly gorgeous […]

    super easy lemon blueberry loaf cake and a devoted page on baking

    I know baking is hot, baking is divine but for me the world of baking starts and ends with a simple vanilla sponge cake. Sounds strange enough isn’t it ?  Such creatures still exist on Earth and I am one of them. Though I have tasted many gourmet baked desserts but baking those goodies that too in my kitchen, never materialise. Never, until that day… And these food bloggers brings sheer torture to the people like me with their heavenly gorgeous […]

  • As summer slowly moves towards its hottest weeks, I can think only of fruits, coolants and yummy ice creams, kulfi and faloodas…an endless list of summer goodies. The divine fruit mango is everyone’s obsession, blend it with yogurt to make smoothie or lassi or deep freeze it to make delightful sorbet, our very own mango kulfi makes me drool, and the raw mango drink, known as aam ka panna flavoured with fennel is definitely a thirst quencher. Last week I […]

    watermelon smoothie for a delightful summer

    As summer slowly moves towards its hottest weeks, I can think only of fruits, coolants and yummy ice creams, kulfi and faloodas…an endless list of summer goodies. The divine fruit mango is everyone’s obsession, blend it with yogurt to make smoothie or lassi or deep freeze it to make delightful sorbet, our very own mango kulfi makes me drool, and the raw mango drink, known as aam ka panna flavoured with fennel is definitely a thirst quencher. Last week I […]

  • Food critic Susan Fairbank once wrote : ” rice and beans are sacred, they are our daily bread, our comfort food. Rice and beans are our soul food and a synergies dish that makes a deliciously healthy block of complete protein when combined together. ” She has beautifully encapsulate in these few lines, the essentiality of rice and beans for human sustenance. Rice is staple for more than half of the world’s population and beans are scattered throughout the world […]

    jamaican rice and beans with mangoes

    Food critic Susan Fairbank once wrote : ” rice and beans are sacred, they are our daily bread, our comfort food. Rice and beans are our soul food and a synergies dish that makes a deliciously healthy block of complete protein when combined together. ” She has beautifully encapsulate in these few lines, the essentiality of rice and beans for human sustenance. Rice is staple for more than half of the world’s population and beans are scattered throughout the world […]

  • Bengali nolen gurer payesh or rice pudding with date jaggery / molasses is the most favoured desserts in Bengali homes for any occasions. Ingredients: Milk: 200ml Rice (gobindo bhog) or any fragrant rice: 6 tsp Date jaggery / molasses (crushed) : 1/2 cup Bay leaf: 1 or 2 Cardamom pods: 2-3 Method: Soak the rice (gobindo bhog or dubraj or any fragrant small to medium grain rice in water for 30 minutes. Drain and let it dry for few more […]

    Bengali nolen gurer payesh / rice pudding with date jaggery

    Bengali nolen gurer payesh or rice pudding with date jaggery / molasses is the most favoured desserts in Bengali homes for any occasions. Ingredients: Milk: 200ml Rice (gobindo bhog) or any fragrant rice: 6 tsp Date jaggery / molasses (crushed) : 1/2 cup Bay leaf: 1 or 2 Cardamom pods: 2-3 Method: Soak the rice (gobindo bhog or dubraj or any fragrant small to medium grain rice in water for 30 minutes. Drain and let it dry for few more […]

  • This refreshing aam panna  or roasted green mango drink is Bengal’s favourite way to chill down the hot tropical summer afternoons. Ingredients: Green mango / unripe mango : 2 medium Sparkling water :  4 glass approx. Roasted cumin powder : 1 tsp Black salt (it’s very tart so adjust accordingly) : 1/2 tsp Sugar as per taste Ajwain / carom seeds (roasted and crushed) : 1/2 tsp Crushed ice (optional): 1 cup Fresh mint sprig to garnish Method : Roast […]

    aam panna / roasted green mango drink

    This refreshing aam panna  or roasted green mango drink is Bengal’s favourite way to chill down the hot tropical summer afternoons. Ingredients: Green mango / unripe mango : 2 medium Sparkling water :  4 glass approx. Roasted cumin powder : 1 tsp Black salt (it’s very tart so adjust accordingly) : 1/2 tsp Sugar as per taste Ajwain / carom seeds (roasted and crushed) : 1/2 tsp Crushed ice (optional): 1 cup Fresh mint sprig to garnish Method : Roast […]

  • In most of the north Indian restaurants, it is the butter chicken or the kadhai chicken which is ubiquitously present every where in its so many avatars but when it comes to Bengali restaurants it is the humble doi chicken which takes the centre stage. It left me quizzical enough to explore the labyrinths of Bengali cuisines and their origin but to my dismay I found none which can justify the origin of this dish.  It is perhaps a derivative […]

    doi murgi / tender chicken curry simmered in yogurt

    In most of the north Indian restaurants, it is the butter chicken or the kadhai chicken which is ubiquitously present every where in its so many avatars but when it comes to Bengali restaurants it is the humble doi chicken which takes the centre stage. It left me quizzical enough to explore the labyrinths of Bengali cuisines and their origin but to my dismay I found none which can justify the origin of this dish.  It is perhaps a derivative […]

  • Who doesn’t love rosogolla or rasgulla ? It is perhaps the most wanted and hot favourite sweet not only among the Bengalis but the entire nation loved it. I am sure the foodies / non-foodies alike will agree with me on this. Rasgulla / rosogolla comes in all the sizes but when you gulp down the sweet cheese balls soaked in syrup , it filled you with joy and happiness. A pot full of rasgulla for every occasion. Rosogolla r payesh / rasgulle ki kheer is one of […]

    rosogolla r payesh / rasgulla e ki kheer

    Who doesn’t love rosogolla or rasgulla ? It is perhaps the most wanted and hot favourite sweet not only among the Bengalis but the entire nation loved it. I am sure the foodies / non-foodies alike will agree with me on this. Rasgulla / rosogolla comes in all the sizes but when you gulp down the sweet cheese balls soaked in syrup , it filled you with joy and happiness. A pot full of rasgulla for every occasion. Rosogolla r payesh / rasgulle ki kheer is one of […]

  • I was introduced to this lovely dish of chanar kalia by the Bengali restaurants , where it is always served as a vegetarian delicacy and must have on lavish buffet spread that these restaurants often boast off and believe me, I was seriously bowled over by its sheer taste and flavour. This is generally not the usual way to prepare chanar kalia at home, but I must say this is one of the dish you must try at home. Chana […]

    bengali chanar kalia – curried cheese dumplings restaurant style

    I was introduced to this lovely dish of chanar kalia by the Bengali restaurants , where it is always served as a vegetarian delicacy and must have on lavish buffet spread that these restaurants often boast off and believe me, I was seriously bowled over by its sheer taste and flavour. This is generally not the usual way to prepare chanar kalia at home, but I must say this is one of the dish you must try at home. Chana […]

  • Steamed hilsa flavoured with aam kasundi (aam kasundi diye ilish maach) is one of the classic way to enjoy this queen of fish called ilish / hilsa of which Bengalis are so fond of and emotionally attached too. Before we venture further into the recipe, let me give you a little insight into kasundi. Pure kasundi is also known as Bengali’s  mustard sauce made with black mustard seeds, Brassica juncea most commonly known as mustard greens, mustard oil, bit of […]

    steamed hilsa flavoured with aam kasundi – a bengali mango mustard sauce

    Steamed hilsa flavoured with aam kasundi (aam kasundi diye ilish maach) is one of the classic way to enjoy this queen of fish called ilish / hilsa of which Bengalis are so fond of and emotionally attached too. Before we venture further into the recipe, let me give you a little insight into kasundi. Pure kasundi is also known as Bengali’s  mustard sauce made with black mustard seeds, Brassica juncea most commonly known as mustard greens, mustard oil, bit of […]

  • Of late I am little inclined towards this shiny purple vegetable called eggplant which caught my fascination towards it and it has finally dawned upon me when I realize that this is the most oft-repeated veggie in my kitchen. This may streams from the fact that eggplants are perhaps the most versatile veggie in the market and one can cook it in endless possible ways. You can really go creative with it. Eggplants can be braised, fried, curried, roasted, mashed, […]

    Braised eggplants in tamarind sauce – dakshini style

    Of late I am little inclined towards this shiny purple vegetable called eggplant which caught my fascination towards it and it has finally dawned upon me when I realize that this is the most oft-repeated veggie in my kitchen. This may streams from the fact that eggplants are perhaps the most versatile veggie in the market and one can cook it in endless possible ways. You can really go creative with it. Eggplants can be braised, fried, curried, roasted, mashed, […]

  • Updated : This post has been re -edited, re- photographed and re-published. We are so pleased to announce  that this recipe of Mirchi ka salan has been cited as referral on Wikipedia, and unfortunately we do not know who has referred it there, must be one of our valued reader. Getting a linkback from Wikipedia is consider as a mark of authentication and genuinity and for that we thank you all for loving it, for recommending it to others and we convey […]

    Hyderabadi mirchi ka salan / Curried chillies in a nutty sauce

    Updated : This post has been re -edited, re- photographed and re-published. We are so pleased to announce  that this recipe of Mirchi ka salan has been cited as referral on Wikipedia, and unfortunately we do not know who has referred it there, must be one of our valued reader. Getting a linkback from Wikipedia is consider as a mark of authentication and genuinity and for that we thank you all for loving it, for recommending it to others and we convey […]

  • This is one halwa or pudding (as you like to call it) which will definitely surprise you, if you are not  familiar with it. Many years back, when I was not much into cooking and all, I got a chance to taste it at my friend’s place. It was light pink in color, which was quiet unusual and taste exactly like carrot (gajar ka halwa) halwa. Later I came to know that it was doodhi / lauki / bottlegourd halwa, with an artificial color […]

    doodhi halwa – unusual but tasty

    This is one halwa or pudding (as you like to call it) which will definitely surprise you, if you are not  familiar with it. Many years back, when I was not much into cooking and all, I got a chance to taste it at my friend’s place. It was light pink in color, which was quiet unusual and taste exactly like carrot (gajar ka halwa) halwa. Later I came to know that it was doodhi / lauki / bottlegourd halwa, with an artificial color […]

  • Microwave green chicken curry recipe –  a spicy and minty chicken curry, very easy to prepare, good for health and low on carb too. A convection microwave is required for this recipe.       Ingredients: Chicken (curry cut): 700 g Cilantro leaves : 1 fresh bunch Mint leaves : 1 fresh bunch Ginger grated: 1 tbsp Garlic minced: 1 tsp Onion (minced): 1 big Green chillies (chopped) : 1 tsp Black pepper powder : 1 tsp Cumin powder: 1 […]

    microwave green chicken curry recipe

    Microwave green chicken curry recipe –  a spicy and minty chicken curry, very easy to prepare, good for health and low on carb too. A convection microwave is required for this recipe.       Ingredients: Chicken (curry cut): 700 g Cilantro leaves : 1 fresh bunch Mint leaves : 1 fresh bunch Ginger grated: 1 tbsp Garlic minced: 1 tsp Onion (minced): 1 big Green chillies (chopped) : 1 tsp Black pepper powder : 1 tsp Cumin powder: 1 […]

  • Mango is heavenly delicious, irresistibly tempting and when combined with freshly whipped cream, becomes more sinful and charmed every one with its mellow fruity flavour which lingers in memory for a long time. The fruit itself exudes so much warmth and comfort, just like a tropical sunshine, and on a lazy summer afternoon, seeking shade under its green lusty boughs, time just flies away. Mango kheer speaks about the delicious combination of the ripe pulpy goodness of mango and rich creamy […]

    mango kheer – summer is calling

    Mango is heavenly delicious, irresistibly tempting and when combined with freshly whipped cream, becomes more sinful and charmed every one with its mellow fruity flavour which lingers in memory for a long time. The fruit itself exudes so much warmth and comfort, just like a tropical sunshine, and on a lazy summer afternoon, seeking shade under its green lusty boughs, time just flies away. Mango kheer speaks about the delicious combination of the ripe pulpy goodness of mango and rich creamy […]

  • Ginger flavoured cream of potato curry – a very simple Indian recipe, mildly flavoured and subtly sweet. This recipe features new baby potatoes, a fresh produce during the winter, simmering in freshly pressed coconut milk. Roasted root ginger gives a refreshing aroma to the dish and freshly squeezed lemon liven up this simple but tasty potato curry. Whenever I picked up these cute baby potatoes, I end up doing dum aloo (a very popular Indian potato curry recipe), twisting it […]

    cream of potato curry

    Ginger flavoured cream of potato curry – a very simple Indian recipe, mildly flavoured and subtly sweet. This recipe features new baby potatoes, a fresh produce during the winter, simmering in freshly pressed coconut milk. Roasted root ginger gives a refreshing aroma to the dish and freshly squeezed lemon liven up this simple but tasty potato curry. Whenever I picked up these cute baby potatoes, I end up doing dum aloo (a very popular Indian potato curry recipe), twisting it […]