Serves – 2 Here is what you need – Ingredients  Chicken Drumsticks– 4 Ghee (clarified butter) – 1 Teaspoon Sour cream–  2 Tablespoon Salt – 1/2 Teaspoon Red Chili Powder – 1/2 Teaspoon Chopped Green Chili – 1 tablespoon Chopped Ginger – 1 teaspoon Chopped Garlic – 2 teaspoon Five Spice Powder – 1 Teaspoon Turmeric Powder…

Tandoori Steak

Serves – 1 Here is what you need – Ingredients  Skirt Steak – 1 1/2 Pound Ghee (clarified butter) – 1 Teaspoon Mustard oil – 2 Teaspoon Mayonnaise –  2 Tablespoon Salt – 1/4 Teaspoon Red Chili Powder – 1/2 Teaspoon Cumin Powder – 1/4 Teaspoon Smoked Paprika powder  1 Teaspoon Dried Fenugreek leaves – 1/2 Teaspoon Corriander powder – 1/4 Teaspoon…

Chicken Makhni – Butter Chicken

Serves 4-5 Here is what you need-  Ingredients  Chicken Thighs – 1.5 Lbs For the Gravy  Ghee (clarified butter) – 1 tablespoon Mustard oil – 2 teaspoon Chopped onions – 2 tablespoon Chopped Ginger – 2 teaspoon Chopped Garlic – 2 teaspoon Chopped Green chili – 1 teaspoon Tomato paste – 2 cups Marinating the chicken –  Mustard…

Honey Mustard Salmon With the Twist of Saffron

Serves – 1 Here is what you need – Ingredients  1 Salmon  Fillet (2 pounds) Marinade  Salt -1/4 teaspoon Crushed Black Pepper-1/4teaspoon  Paprika Powder- 1/2 teaspoon Mustard Powder- 1/4teaspoon Saffron – 1/2 teaspoon Raw Honey – 2 teaspoon Olive Oil – 1 tablespoon Preparation – Step One –  Preheat oven to 400°F Step Two – In a bowl…

Caution: Smokin’ Hot Racks

There are conflicting opinions about where the word barbecue originated.  Many believe that the word comes from the Spanish word “barbacoa,” which referred to the land’s native practice of slow-cooking meat over a wooden platform.  In America, the practice gained popularity during the late 1800s during Old West cattle drives, as cowboys ate the less-than-perfect…

Live Life With Indian Spice.

Those soulful spice box sitting in your house don’t do much to uncover their mind blowing history. In any case, did you know that nutmeg was once worth more by weight than gold? That in the sixteenth century, Britain workers were paid their rewards in cloves? That in 410 AD, when the Visigoths colonized Rome,…

PERFECT MEDIUM RARE BEEF STEAK – MY WAY

Steak, which derives its name for the Old Norse word for roast, “steik,” may be served at a variety of different temperatures.But the preferred choice of Americans who actually want to know what their meat tastes like.  While not nearly as bloody and patriotic as a rare steak, it’s still a perfectly acceptable substitute for those…

GRILLED ALLIGATOR KEBABS – A ROYAL TREAT

My love for kebabs will never die. Being surrounded everyday by food can be overwhelming.Even in culinary school, an escape to local diners  for juicy kebabs will be always a treat. Alligator, an exotic Florida meat, is favored in cuisines around the world. Its a mild flavored lean meat which is low in fat and cholesterol and high…

MAKING OF Gỏi cuốn – A VIETNAMESE COLD SPRING ROLL

This is the very first time i tried learning some Vietnamese food from a local Vietnamese restaurant. Yes i am learning from a Vietnamese experienced chef who told me that Gỏi cuốn or  Vietnamese Spring Roll its their dish traditionally which consists of pork, prawn, vegetables, rice vermicelli, and other ingredients wrapped in Vietnamese rice paper.      So i…

TIME LAPSE RECIPES VIDEOS – BECAUSE READING STUFF IS BORING

So this time i feel really lazy and don’t  feel like writing much about this post so i decided of posting some of my home cooking videos in time lapse mode. So it wouldn’t take much of your readers time. Because i personally hate sitting and watching the whole big 15- 20 minutes videos and i think trying…

NATIVE STYLE – SPICY TURMERIC MARINATED FISH BAKED IN CLAY

This recipes is totally inspired  by Indian celebrity chef  vikas khanna. Creating these fish was tons of fun.For centuries, Native peoples have been cooking with clay.The clay goes about as sort of a dutch oven, keeping the moisture inside the fish.I baked queen snapper,which was caught locally by a friend.  I don’t need to say much about this post anymore. I…