Here’s a classic Pakistani recipe that everyone, even the fussy kids, will love. Bonus – the recipe is remarkably hard to mess up.
Cholay, also known as channey, are commonly served as a breakfast dish served alongside halwa with puris (deep fried flatbreads) and/or parathas (flatbreads cooked in ghee/oil). This sort of a breakfast is absolutely heavenly – but let’s not discuss the hours in the gym we’d need to spend to burn a deep fried flatbread off!
This Prawn Pilau Biryani is of the quickest recipes I have worked with to date. But don’t you dare think the minimal cook times makes this a ‘mediocre’ meal. The cook time to flavour ratio is INCREDIBLE.
What’s the easiest way to get a wickedly deep and divine ‘can’t-quite-put-my-finger-on-what-it-is’ flavour? Broth. Hands down, this is one of the easiest things ANYONE could do in the kitchen. It is fool-proof. I have made this on a full on busy day when I had guests over for tea, was cooking for a sick friend AND hadRead more
As my exams linger close by, I find myself turning towards quick, simple and classic recipes. I love spending time in the kitchen and experimenting with new recipes and ideas, but when time is of the essence, a couple of no-fuss, tried and true recipes come in handy. This happens to be one of them.Read more
Hello! This is my recipe for minced fish curry. Usually, us Pakistanis eat chicken, lamb or beef in the form of mince, but I love this spin on it. All my family were pretty surprised/confused/freaked out by this one! But they all loved it so much and now this is a favourite in my house.Read more