Showing posts with label Non Vegetarian. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Non Vegetarian. Show all posts

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

How to Make Egg Roll

Egg Roll Recipe

It is one of the favorites to eat when you are strolling in market. They even say Kolkata rolls are the best, well I would not disagree because I have tasted them. But what if you want to make these egg rolls at home? Well, not the Kolkata style but easy basic egg roll. There are so many varieties of egg rolls. Find out here more about egg rolls.

This is what I am going to share with you. Nothing rocket science about it and the fillings that I will tell you about are the regular ones. You can try other things but then the regular fillings are the ones to beat.

How to make Egg roll
Egg Roll
Egg Roll is something that everyone loves with their ketchup and green chutney. But I don't like these sauces and chutneys. I feel they make the roll soggy. I like it crispy.

A roll should be crispy outside and till the last bite. That is what I feel.


  1. Maida or Refined Flour
  2. 1 egg per roll.
  3. Shredded Cabbage
  4. Sliced onions.
  5. Shredded Capsicum
  6. Any other vegetables if you want.
  7. Salt
  8. Chaat Masala
  9. Green Chutney if you like it or any other chutney/sauce.

Monday, 30 March 2015

Chicken Chargha

How to cook Chargha

Hi People,

How are you? 

Well, Navratri is over and I celebrated it with inviting my sisters and their kids over and made one of my favorite chicken recipes. Kids prefer something snacky or gravy-less because somehow it appeals more to them and well to me as well. So, I decided to make Chicken Chargha, a typical Pakistani dish which is so wonderful that I have cooked it so many times at home.

Chargha is a deep fried chicken dish from Lahore, Pakistan. The authentic Chargha is little different from what I have done and used pot steam process from my Chicken Roast Recipe (click for recipe) dish as a variation. Best part is that it is cooked as whole chicken and I loooooooooooooooooooveeeeeeeeeeee cooking whole chicken. I don't know but there is so much fun in it!!! :P

Chicken Chargha
Chicken Chargha

Chicken Chargha
Chicken Chargha
Apart from the process, I have also done some variation in spices that I have used but I have kept very similar in taste which is mild and not too spicy. But, having said that, you can make it spicy if you wish to. But what really excites in this dish is the juicy and succulent meat inside and crispy outer layer. It is just too good. Also, it involves deep frying, so I really won't say that it is healthy!!

Anyway, lets get to the recipe:


  1. Whole Chicken about 1 KG.
  2. Salt as per taste.
  3. 1 table spoons Degi or Kashmiri Red chilli powder.
  4. 1 table spoon Garam Masala
  5. 1 table spoon coriander powder.
  6. 1 tea spoon Cardamom powder
  7. 1 tea spoon cinnamon powder.
  8. Oil for deep frying the chicken

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

5 Wonderful Ways to cook Chicken Breast

Chicken Recipes using Chicken Breast.

I have always found Chicken breast to be one of the easiest cuts to work with. It is so dynamic and versatile in nature that you can do wonders. All you need is your imagination and you can win hearts with the results using your improvisation and innovation. It cooks fast, easy to manage while eating, it's everyone's favorite.

My wife actually loves continental and I love non-veg. So, whenever I want to cook for my wife, first thing comes to my mind is how can I do something new with chicken breast.

But today, I will make it easier for you by sharing my best 5 recipes which I have done using chicken breast. You will see how different they are but basics are almost same. Some are stuffed, some are pan fried, some are baked in oven.

Check more Non-veg recipes here.

Lets start with the Fab Five.

1. Piri Piri Chicken

Piri Piri Chicken
Piri Piri Chicken

 Piri Piri chicken is a portugese dish which is cooked using Piri Piri spice mix. Yes, it is same as Nando's Piri Piri Chicken and after reading this recipe you will know how easy it for you to have Nando's in your own home. Spicy and colorful, it will knock your socks off. Get the recipe here.

2. Double Bed Chicken

Double Bed Chicken
Double Bed Chicken

I created this recipe on the go that means I did not have any recipe in my mind when I started cooking this amazingly sinful dish. It also involves a bit of technique like 'Butterfyling the chicken' and is a Must Do for me after every few days. Get the recipe here.

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Tawa Fish Fry Recipe

Tawa Fish Fry Recipe

Tawa Fish Fry is one of the few fish recipes that I just love and as a snack. It simply rocks. Kids love it, I love it, everyone loves it at home. And the gorgeous thing is ready in 10 minutes.

Once again this goes to prove how most amazing dishes can be simplest and quickest to make. Check these easy recipes like Pan Fried Fish with Pesto Sauce, Butter Garlic Prawns, Bread Pitt. Drizzle some lemon and eat with onions, oh la la!! The melt in your mouth fish does the magic! I remember my father making this very often but then in between I lost touch with the fish after he passed away. But then my wife rekindled my love with this fish fry and I am so happy about it.

Tawa Fish Fry
Tawa Fish Fry

Tawa Fish Fry
Tawa Fish Fry

Here is the recipe.


  1. Rohu (Carpo) fish cut into slices like you see in picture. You can use any fish actually. Rohu is light on pocket and has a wonderful taste as well.
  2. Salt
  3. Turmeric Powder
  4. Lime juice.
  5. Chaat Masala

Saturday, 7 March 2015

Piri Piri Chicken

Piri Piri Chicken or Piri Piri Chicken Recipe

Portugese had ruled Goa for a very long time and were involved in spice trade. It was them who made a wonderful spice mix called Peri Peri or Piri Piri which literally means Pepper Pepper in Portugese. So, as the name suggests it has to be spicy. And Peri Peri Chicken was something that has always fascinated me and this time I got the chance to make it. The bright red color, the aroma of the peri peri spice mix. Its just so wonderful. It is totally different from what I have been cooking in that versatile pan in my kitchen.

As I have been mentioning in my previous posts, making these european/english dishes is super damn easy. They are not complicated like Indian cuisine. It stands true for this cracker of a dish too.

Piri Piri Chicken
Piri Piri Chicken

Piri Piri Chicken
Piri Piri Chicken
Now, the main part of this dish is making the Piri Piri Spice Mix or the Piri Piri rub, whatever you might want to call it because that's what gives it the amazing taste. Rest all is basic.

Now that you have made the spice mix, let's start with the recipe:


  1. Piri Piri Spice Mix. Click for recipe.
  2. 2 chicken breasts.
  3. Oil for cooking.
  4. 1 big garlic clove.
  5. Chopped Veggies: Cauliflower, Carrots, Beans (get french beans if you can), Capsicum (funnily I had it ready but forgot to add). But veggies are totally based on your liking.
  6. Mixed herbs. Can be easily had from any store.
  7. Salt.

Monday, 2 March 2015

Goan Red Fish Curry

Hi All,

I tried Goan Red fish Curry as an experiment this Sunday. I actually wanted to make prawns but my husband already made Butter Garlic Prawns a day before.

Anyway, I am Bhavna, Raj's wife and he insisted me I post few recipes on this blog as I am also fond of cooking. I generally like to cook desserts and cakes and puddings but my first post is going to be this wonderful and spicy fish curry from the sunny beaches of Goa. :-)

Goan Red Fish Curry
Goan Red Fish Curry
Now, I was little apprehensive about doing this because though I love fish, my punjabi hubby and mom-in-law love their kukkad. But thankfully it came out very good. The taste was different coz of the different ingredients. Anyway, let me take you through how I made it. It is very simple!

Goan Red Fish Curry
Goan Red Fish Curry

Goan Red Fish Curry Recipe:

  1. Fish cut in medium sized pieces. I used Rohu fish. You can pick any fish.
  2. Coconut milk in 2 bowls. One thick and one thin. Just add little water in thick milk to make it thin.
  3. Turmeric Powder
  4. Salt
  5. Cumin Seeds
  6. Chopped ginger and garlic.
  7. Sesame Seeds
  8. Dried Red chillies. Preferrably Kashmiri.
  9. Onions.
  10. Black peppercorns.

Saturday, 28 February 2015

Butter Garlic Prawns

Butter Garlic Prawns is one of the simplest and fastest recipes I have made which has amazing flavor and natural wonderful aroma of Prawns when they are cooked.

One thing that I have always loved but seldom get to eat is Prawns. My mother-in-law stays in Orissa and cooks amazing Prawn curry. But if you know me well, I am not really curry person. So, today I bought prawns, as I am in Delhi, and thought, OK, let me try Butter Garlic Prawns.

Butter Garlic Prawns
Butter Garlic Prawns

I had the best prawns of my life in a restaurant in Puducherry (formerly Pondicherry). They were Golden Fried Prawns and I was totally bowled over by them. I never had those kinda prawns ever again.

So, with Butter Garlic Prawns or Shrimps, I did not even try to match it. Anyway, its a different recipe but It came out good, in fact too good. The wonderful warm taste of garlic and the natural taste and bite of prawns make it super delicious and the butter makes it so much glossy and juicy. It's a perfect sea food snack to be had with amazingly chilled beer in afternoon. Oh my, I am thinking of Goa here!

Butter Garlic Prawns
Butter Garlic Prawns

Let me take you through the recipe now:


  1. 10-12 small Prawns: de-shelled and de-veined. This is very important. If you do not know how to do it, ask the person at the shop to do it. You can also buy packed prawns/shrimps which are already de-shelled and de-veined.
  2. Butter - 1 tablespoon.
  3. Finely chopped garlic.
  4. Salt and black pepper.
  5. Half a lemon juice.
  6. Coriander for garnishing.

Sunday, 22 February 2015

Mutton Korma Recipe

Mutton Korma or Mutton Korma Recipe

When it comes to serious cooking, cooking mutton poses real challenge. I got this legacy of cooking mutton and well done mutton from my father who would cook up a storm in kitchen every time my mom went out for 2-3 days leaving dad and me alone. He would cook up cracker of non veg dishes, especially mutton. He would just cook mutton slow. That's how you give time for the spices and mutton to bind and get to know each other and end up in Happy Matrimony! Spicy Mutton Korma is one dish like this.

Mutton Korma
Spicy Mutton Korma

This spicy Korma is really special to me and is my 'Save the Day' dish. There is nothing easier than this dish. It's typical Mughali and amazingly spicy. It has ingredients full of flavor and meant to give the best aroma and tingling after taste on your tongue and your drool on your fingers. The mutton will be oh so soft and will just melt in your mouth.

Mutton Korma
Spicy Mutton Korma
I call it Fill it, Shut it, Forget it dish because there is just one step to it. Here is the recipe:

Mutton Korma Recipe


Mutton is cooked to melt in your mouth perfection in spicy Indian spices.

Prep time:
Cook time:
Total time:
Yield: Serves 4

1 Kg mutton with bone
Half kg curd
3 Table spoons Desi ghee.
1 tablespoon Jeera
4-5 Green and Black Cardamom
3-4 Cloves (Laung)
2-3 chips of Cinnamon
1 tablespoon Whole Black pepper
1 tablespoon Garam Masala
1 tablespoon Kashmiri red chilli powder
4-5 Dried red chillies
Half tablespoon Dhaniya Powder
Half tablespoon Turmeric Powder
1 tablespoon Ginger Garlic Paste
Half cup Cashew Nuts
10-12 Raisins. This will be to little offset the spice.
1 tablespoon Kasuri Methi

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Valentine Italian Gnocchi

So, It was time for Valentines Day and I though of making something for my beloved wife, something that she would like to eat and also showcase my love for her.

Well, then I decided to go Italian as Italian symbolizes love and finesse. I made Italian Gnocchi in heart shapes.

Valentine Italian Gnocchi

Now, I made this heart shaped and added that dash of Red as my own twist but you could make it any shape and leave out the carrots because original recipe does not have carrots.

  1. Boiled or Baked Patatoes. Both work well, just grate them nicely so that they stay fluffy and light.
  2. Processed cheese.
  3. Parmesan Cheese
  4. 1 cup Refined Flour (Maida)
  5. Green Peas - Boiled.
  6. Carrots - Grated.
  7. 1 beaten egg. If you are vegetarian, leave out the eggs.
  8. Salt and Pepper for seasoning.
  9. 4 table spoons butter.

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Fish with Pesto Sauce

Fish with Pesto Sauce recipe


My wife is Odiya and she loves her fish. She makes that wonderful fish in mustard seeds gravy though I am not a big fan of fish with gravy. I like my fish to be pan friend or simply fried. Just few days back I shared the classic Fish & Chips Recipe.

Fish with Pesto Sauce
Pan Fried Fish with Pesto Sauce

I have had some inclination to make continental and European food and made this wonderful Pan Fried Fish with Pesto Sauce. Thought of sharing it with you folks here on my blog, after all, love is when you share.

The star of the dish was the Pesto Sauce which made my hardcore Punjabi food loving mom say WOW! So, you can imagine how good it was! This sauce is full of strong flavor of different herbs and nuts, truly amazing and it is sharp. 

Pan Fried Fish with Pesto Sauce
Pan Fried Fish with Pesto Sauce

Here it is, Pan Fried fish with Pesto Sauce recipe:

Pan Fried Fish with Pesto Sauce


Pan Fried Fish with Pesto Sauce recipe. Amazingly easy and even more amazingly delicious

Prep time:
Cook time:
Total time:
Yield: Serves 2

Fish Fillets. Well, you can use any fish that you want which can be filleted and doesn't have those tiny bones. I used Singhara (Cat Fish).
Mixed Dried herbs.
Salt and Pepper.
2-3 tablespoons oil to pan fry the fillets.
Basil leaves.
Mint Leaves
4-5 Garlic cloves
Walnuts. You may use Cashew nut as well if you don't have walnut.
Olive oil.

  1. First, we will make the Pesto sauce and It is very simple.
  2. Mix Basil, Mint leaves, Garlic cloves, 1 table spoon of olive oil, Walnuts, little salt and pepper in a grinder.
  3. Grind it well but not to a fine paste. You should grind it only to the level where you can feel the grains of walnut. It should have a nutty bite.
  4. Your Pesto Sauce is ready. Keep it aside.
  5. Now, season the fillets with Salt, Pepper and Mixed herbs.
  6. Heat oil in the pan. Though make sure oil is not too hot. We will cook it on medium heat else on high heat fish will burn from outside and won't cook from inside.
  7. Sear the fillets and cook for 5 -7 minutes from both sides. Do check how well your fish is done. It should be white and fibery from inside once cooked. If it's pale or off white, its not cooked.
  8. Once done, using a spoon, smear the pesto Sauce on one side while the fish is in the pan. Let it cook for another 2 minutes for the fish to absorb some flavors of the sauce.
  9. Serve it hot.

Now, once you take a bite, I assure you, you will have a totally different warm taste of pesto. The garlic flavor really comes out along with aroma of basil. Serve it to your guests at home and they will go bonkers.

I hope you liked the recipe. If you wish to continue getting more recipes, do subscribe to my blog and also leave your comments below.


Monday, 16 February 2015

Kacche Gosht ki Dum Biryani

Now this one is all time favorite of everyone who loves his/her non-veg! But then why do I call it Kacche Gosht ki Dum Biryani?

Gosht Dum Biryani
Gosht Dum Biryani

It is called so not because it has raw meat, LOL! But because mutton is not cooked separately but with the rice. Normally in other Biryanis, mutton/chicken would be prepared separately and then mixed with rice and cooked further.

Dum Biryani
The rice and mutton are sealed like this and cooked on Dum.
But let me also tell you, cooking Biryani is a tough task. It is a long process and you just cannot perfect it the first time. But, the result would be worth the effort.

The first time I cooked it, my house was filled with such aroma and fragrance I had never felt before. My brother-in-law whom I invited for dinner mentioned to me at the door itself that it's fragrance is filled to the staircase. I could imagine my neighbors enjoying it too!

Anyways, lets get to the Dum Gosht Biryani recipe:

Gosht Dum Biryani


Rice cooked in it's own Dum (steam) in indian spices along with marinated meat.

Prep time:
Cook time:
Total time:
Yield: Serves 4

750 grams Mutton with bone
Basmati Rice 600 grams
4 tablespoons Desi Ghee or clarified butter
1 tablespoon Jeera or Cumin Seeds
1 tablespoon Ginger Garlic Paste
Salt to Taste
1 tablespoon Red Chilli Powder
1 tablespoon Garam Masala
1 teaspoon of Turmeric Powder
1 tablespoon of Dhaniya powder or Coriandar Powder
1 teaspoon of Nutmeg Powder
1 cup of Hung Curd
flour Dough to seal the pan
1 Onion, sliced, deep fried and browned
4 tablespoons Kewda Water
4 tablespoons Rose Water
Pinch of Saffron mixed in i small cup of milk
Chopped Coriandar

  1. We will marinade the mutton in the patila that we are gonna cook the Biryani in. Refer to picture above, I had used aluminium patila with thick base which is very important as it will save your mutton from burning.
  2. Put the mutton and hung Curd in and add all masalas in point # 5 in ingredients list except nutmeg powder.
  3. Add some ghee and ginger garlic paste.
  4. Mix well ensuring marinade covers all the mutton completely.
  5. Do taste the marinade as after this you will not be able to alter the taste. I wanted my Biryani to be spicy so I ensured that marinade was very spicy because this will also mix with rice. So, if your marinade doesn't have the spice, your Biryani will turn bland. Same with the salt.
  6. Leave it to marinade for at least 2 hours.

Friday, 13 February 2015

Beer Battered Fish and Chips

Fish and Chips Recipe

Why do I love Fish and Chips?
Fish and Chips
Beer Battered Fish and Chips

Somehow, I love most thing British! Though I have never been to England but from whatever I know of England, be it the culture, food, living habits, weather, accent, I think that is the only place I would like to settle outside India if I get the chance to.

Food is one of the main reasons I like it and I do follow few British chefs. Fish and Chips was one of the earlier english classics that I picked up which I got hooked onto. And today, I will share with you the recipe of this classic dish.

I actually added another side to it by adding yummy mushy peas which adds another bit of nutrition in the dish.

Recipe for Beer Battered Fish and Chips with Mushy Peas:

  1. Fish Fillets. I sued Singhara or Cat Fish.
  2. Flour (Maida)
  3. Chilled beer. Well, this one is not to drink but to be added in batter. :P
  4. Salt and Pepper
  5. Oil to deep fry
  6. Packed French Fries.
  7. Green peas, boiled.
  8. Butter.
  9. Bread Crumbs. Here is how to Make Bread Crumbs at home.
  10. Egg for egg wash.

Thursday, 12 February 2015

Peanut Crusted Chicken Steak

Peanut Crusted Chicken Steak
Peanut Crusted Chicken Steak

I have been getting a lot of love for my chicken preparations. Lots of likes, views and drools.

So, I thought of sharing this wonderful "Peanut Crusted Chicken Steak" recipe.

As I have mentioned in my few posts that chicken breast is such a versatile and dynamic cut of chicken, you can do wonders with it. You can play around and make your own new recipe and that is what I keep doing. Below are few recipes using chicken breast, check them out as well:

Cheesy Chicken Cordon Bleu

Keema Stuffed Chicken Breast

Stuffed Chicken Breast with Spinach and Raisins

Chicken Double Bed - The Juicy heaven

Sauteed Chicken with Honey Vinegar Sauce.

The chicken steak for today is full of protein as it includes chicken, peanuts and little bit of egg and obviously it is full of flavor.

Here goes the recipe:

  1. Chicken Breast.
  2. Roughly crushed peanuts
  3. One egg beaten well.
  4. Salt and pepper.
  5. Dried Thyme and Parsley.
  6. Olive oil or refined oil to cook. 1-2 table spoons.

Monday, 9 February 2015

Cheese Chicken Cordon Bleu

Hey Folks,

By now you must have seen my love for chicken and the variations that I have tried of chicken breast. Yesterday, I shared a recipe for Baked Cheese Rolls  which were filled with lovely, delicious Mozzarella cheese. Today I present a different Cordon Bleu recipe.

Me being a hardcore non-vegetarian, could not resist and try something like this with chicken. So, last night I brought some chicken breast and got going. And the result was so over whelming that I still have that taste in my mouth.

Cordon Bleu
Cordon Bleu filled with cheese

But it wasn't as easy as cheese rolls as this one required some effort and technique.

Cordon Bleu
Cheesy Cordon Bleu

Cordon Bleu
Cheesy Cordon Bleu

Here is the Cheese Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe:


  1. Two Chicken Breasts. This will easily serve 2-3 people.
  2. Mozzarella Cheese grated.
  3. Bread Crumbs.
  4. Salt and pepper.
  5. Mixed herbs dried.
  6. Dried Rosemary.
  7. Grated Parmesan Cheese.

Sunday, 8 February 2015

Gustaba - The Kashmiri King

Gustaba Recipe or How to make Gustaba

The one cuisine that I have been itching to try was Kashmiricuisine. I have heard about it so much from my wife and my friend. Especially I had heard about Gustaba and Rista. I even had Gustaba at Delhi Haat few months back and just loved it. It was so different from the usual north Indian cuisine and really non-spicy but yeah, extremely rich. I knew I had to make it one day and this weekend I did. And guess what, nailed it in first go because though it involves a lot of steps, it is extremely simple.

Kashmiri cuisine uses mainly 2 spices in almost every dish which are key to Gustaba, the recipe of which I am going to share. Saunf and Ginger powder (Saunth). This recipe has meatballs which I had never made before. The way Gustaba tastes, you will feel all wonderful and amazing flavors in your mouth.



Gustaba Recipe:


  1. Mutton Mince
  2. Desi Ghee 1 table spoon
  3. Refined Oil 2 table spoons
  4. Curd
  5. Cumin Powder
  6. Saunf Powder
  7. Ginger Powder
  8. Mint Leaves
  9. Ginger Paste
  10. Salt
  11. Cinnamon
  12. Black and Green Cardamom

Friday, 6 February 2015

Mutton Chaap Masala

Mutton Chaap Masala Recipe

I have been sharing mostly Chicken recipes but if you ask me, I am a mutton person. I love mutton which was not always from start but I developed strong liking for it as I grew older, I am not that old mind you!!! ;-)

My father used to makes delicious curry and I would accompany him to meat shop and that's how I learnt how to choose mutton cuts. Yes, knowing what cuts you want is so important when you are buying any form of meat.

So, I especially like mutton chaap because it has bone and bone in any mutton dish is what gives you flavors.

So, I made this whole dish with only chaaps calls Mutton Chaap Masala.

Mutton Chaap
Mutton Chaap Masala

Here goes the Mutton Chaap Masala Recipe:

  1. Mutton chaaps, I prefer chaaps in twins meaning two chaaps together.
  2. Chopped Onions
  3. Finely chopped totmatoes.
  4. Curd
  5. Ginger garlic paste
  6. Salt
  7. Red chilli powder
  8. Chopped Green chillies.
  9. Garam Masala
  10. Dhaniya powder
  11. Turmeric powder.
  12. Kasuri Methi and Coriander.

Chicken Malai Tikka - Recipe

Chicken Malai Tikka Recipe

As you walk bye the lanes of Old Delhi, the smokey fragrance and aroma in the air of tikkas and kebabs will pull you so strongly that you will not leave without having a bite. That's actually true today in almost every part of Delhi with those vendors serving hot smokey Chiken Malai Tikka or Chicken Tikka.

When winters set in, I took our my barbeque, set the coal on fire and started sipping my scotch while I was smoking and charring those Chicken Malai Tikkas. I did it 4 consecutive weekends treating family and friends and it was so good to see them coming up to the barbeque and eating them piping hot. They just could not wait for it to be served. This thing comes out so juicy and succulent and the smokey flavor will take your breath away. Even the process will have your drooling as those juices will fall on hot coal and that sweet sizzling sound will enchant you.

Though this Chicken Malai Tikka recipe requires specialy equipment like a barbeque like Weber and seekhs. But you can have one locally made by local lohars. The seekhs that I used, I got them from a local lohar and it made my work so easy. However, the actual recipe is super easy. If you wanna know how to actually burn coal, take a look at this video on How to Burn coal in charcoal

Alternatively, you can also cook it in oven if you don''t have BBQ. Though, you will never have that smokey flavor.

Chicken Malai Tikka
Chicken Malai Tikka

Chicken Malai Tikka
Chicken Malai Tikka
Here goes the recipe:

  1. Boneless chicken cut into tikka sized pieces.
  2. Hung curd
  3. Cream
  4. Cardamom powder
  5. Garam Masala
  6. Dhaniya powder
  7. Salt
  8. Melted Butter.

Thursday, 5 February 2015

Keema Stuffed Chicken Breast

When I started experimenting with chicken and western cuisine, one of the first things I tried was stuffing chicken with variety of stuffings. And the first one I tried was using Keema (mince) as the stuffing. It was not only a totally different thing for the punjabi family, but it was also cherished and loved. This Keema Stuffed Chicken Breast had the unique combination of different textures of chicken and it had my family and kids drooling over it. Now it's hard to please kids, isn't it?

If you are looking for something new and unique, read on:

Keema Stuffed Chicken
Keema Stuffed Chicken
Here is the recipe:


For the stuffing

  1. Chicken Mince or keema
  2. Chopped Onions
  3. Ginger garlic paste.
  4. Finely chopped green chilli. Skip it if you are making it for kids.
  5. Salt, Dhaniya powder, Garam Masala
For the chicken:
  1. Whole Chicken breast.
  2. Dried mixed herbs
  3. Dried rosemary.
  4. Sale and Black pepper.

Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Stuffed Chicken Breast with Spinach and Raisins

I love to play around with different variations of stuffed chicken breast. You can pan fry it, roast it, grill it, options are unlimited.

What I am going to share is the recipe which gave not just different but such a contrast of flavors that I was amazed. The plate was finished in a matter of seconds like the flash sales these days. After that I have made it quite a few times as it is healthy and my wife loves healthy!

Stuffed Chicken Breast
Stuffed Chicken with Cheese, Spinach and Raisins

Here is the recipe for Stuffed Chicken Breast with Cheese, Spinach and Raisins:

  1. Whole chicken breast
  2. Spinach
  3. Grated cheese of any kind as per your taste.
  4. Raisins soaked in water for few minutes
  5. Salt and Pepper.
  6. Chilli Flakes, Dried Thyme

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Grilled Chicken Salad - The Healthy Choice

Grilled Chicken Salad Recipe

Hi Friends,

Yesterday I posted a rich, creamy, silky and calorie laden Safedposh Chicken. To offset it, here is the healthy and yet delicious "Grilled Chicken Salad" for the calorie conscious!!
As you take the bite, the crunchy lettuce and glorious taste of homemade vinegar and lemon dressing greets your taste buds along with the juicy and tender Grilled chicken chunks! If you had salad in Subway, you are about to forget it now!!!
It has all the healthy elements like vitamins, fibre and protein!!

Healthy Grilled Chicken Salad
Healthy Grilled Chicken Salad

Recipe as follows:

  1. Whole Chicken Breast.
  2. Sliced tomatoes
  3. Roughly chopped Lettuce Leaves.
  4. Sliced Olives. You can get them from the market.
  5. Slices Cucumbers.
  6. Sliced Onions, if you prefer.
  7. 2-3 table spoons of vinegar and half the amount of lime juice.
  8. Mayonnaise
  9. Salt and Pepper.
  10. Mixed Herbs and Rosemary.