We East Indian know this as brinjal broth but it is a kind of baingan bharta. Made with fire-roasted brinjal and lots of green masala like spring onions and coriander. Often served as a side dish with rice roti or chapati.
This green masala chicken curry is chicken cooked in lots of fresh cilantro/coriander and a few spices. A simple and easy yet refreshing recipe that gets done is less than 30 minutes. Serve it with rice, chapati or roti.
Whether you call it ground chicken or mince chicken this is a versatile dish to make. You can eat it on its own but also use it as a filling in things like potato chops, puff pastries and stuffed breads. A very simple and easy recipe that gets done in less than 20 minutes.
If you’ve attended an East Indian wedding, then you’ve probably eaten this classic East Indian wedding rice. It’s served with all wedding meals along with fugias and varias. You can add less or more fruit and nuts as well as use more ghee to make it richer. The flavor of ghee permeating from this dish is wonderful.
Rich, moist and decadent these chocolate brownies are going to be your next favorite treat. So addictive you going to make them over and over. Serve on its own at room temperature or serve warm with a dollop of ice cream. The recipe is surprisingly simple and easy to make.
Cluster beans are called gawar or gavar in India and this recipe is typical of how we make a gawar foogath which is often served as a side dish with rice roti or chapati for dinner. A very popular vegetable in the East-Indian household