Tag Archive: yogurt

Spicy Vegetable Tagine with Ras El Hanout

This week has been absolute madness in the best way possible. I had a wonderful New Year’s Eve at my university friend’s house, and then suddenly all my closest uni friends showed up… Continue reading

Poha (flattened rice with vegetables)

In plain and simple terms, poha is just flattened rice. It is then mixed up and fried with various vegetables to create a very light dish, which is usually eaten for breakfast. You… Continue reading

Guest post: Real Southern fried chicken

“Britons have a misunderstanding of what Southern fried chicken is. This is driven by takeaways and “American-style” restaurants selling Southern Fried Chicken that isn’t. I shall address some of the main differences below:… Continue reading

Guest post: Colourful potato salad with home-made mayonnaise

My father always told me that in order to judge how healthy your plate is, all you have to do is count the colours. Based on that, this dish is a big winner,… Continue reading

Okra in yogurt (Bhindi kadhi)

Having just returned from a 2-week holiday in India, I returned with a new cookbook and a myriad of food memories. I also have a strong resolve to improve my Indian cooking skills,… Continue reading

Strawberry smoothies!

Summer, sunshine, strawberries, smoothies! I love strawberries almost as much as I love alliteration, and when put in smoothies they just make me so happy. As with my home-made hummus, this was an… Continue reading

Delicious home-made hummus

There are few feelings that rival the joy one gets when receiving a new kitchen gadget. Apart from the feeling when you use it for the first time. I have had this with… Continue reading

Restaurant review: Maroush

Location: Vere Street (near Bond Street) I love Lebanese food. When I first moved to London and discovered Yalla Yalla, I returned 3 times in quick succession. I also have fond memories of… Continue reading

South Indian chicken curry with cashews and spicy peas

The problem with cooking Indian food is that measurements are often non-existent. When I ask my grandmother how many teaspoons of cumin or coriander she uses, I get a baffled look and the… Continue reading

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