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My green gram makhani served with some Indian style roti’s makes the perfect comfort meal for a cool night. The word “makhani” refers to “with butter” and the addition of butter in this dish gives it that perfect smooth finish whilst the double cream makes a rich curry base. I use a smoking method in this recipe using hot coat and butter to give it a smoky taste and take the dish to a whole new flavour level.
Sometimes we just run out of ideas when it comes to cooking baby food. And it surely doesn’t have to be boring. This Banana Berry Rice Pudding is one of those recipes that my little one loves so much. And she has also featured in this recipe, which makes this recipe very close to my heart.
A creamy and thick flavourful avocado sauce mixed into the perfectly cooked spaghetti. Sound like a deal? This 15 minute Avocado Spaghetti is a dish that will be making it to your dinner table every week.
Chilli paneer on its own is so delicious, so why not pair it up with Spaghetti to make a yummy Chilli Paneer Spaghetti. Paneer is a type of firm cheese (cottage cheese) that takes on the flavour of the gravy/sauce very well and that’s why it works really well for this dish.
Some may call it puff puff, mandazi ya kumimina, kaimati without the sugar syrup or even mandazi ya maji. Whatever you want to call it, these little puffed balls of deliciousness are an amazing snack for any time of the day with a nice hot cup of tea.
Running late every morning and don’t have time for breakfast? Crunchy and healthy breakfast bars are our go to option for those rushed mornings. Crunchy cereal and nuts mixed in with a yummy peanut butter mix, and the best part of all, it doesn’t need to be baked either.
Vegan food doesn’t mean boring food. This Vegan Spaghetti Bolognese is packed full of flavour and gives the dish some meatiness from the mushrooms. So quick to make and so yummy!
Soft and fluffy potatoes coated in crushed Salty crackers and then deep fried to form that perfect crust. These potato croquettes are an amazing alternative to potato waffles and so quick to make for breakfast or as a snack.
Bhajia’s are a very common snack when expecting guests. This recipe is a slight twist to the normal bhajia’s. These rice and sukuma wiki bhajia’s make great use of left over rice and go perfectly well with just ketchup for a dipping sauce.
Simple, perfectly spiced and absolutely delicious! This Kidney Bean Rice will make your day that much tastier.