Showing posts with label Sauces. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sauces. Show all posts

Saturday, 7 March 2015

Piri Piri Spice Mix

Hi Guys,

I am sure by now you have checked the recipe for Piri Piri Chicken that I made the other day. If you have not, check it our here for the Piri Piri Chicken Recipe. This was one amazing dish that came out of because of the amazing, magical, astonishing spice mix call Piri Piri Spice Mix or Rub. Now, the name may intimidate a little but the fact is that it is so damn easy to make. Will take 2 minutes to make. That's it.

Piri Piri Spice Mix
Piri Piri Spice Mix

Now let's get to the method of making your own Piri Piri Spice Mix at home:


  1. 3 table spoons Red Pepprika. You can easily buy it from any grocery store.
  2. 1 table spoon Cumin powder. Dry roast it on tawa, then grind it to a powder.
  3. 1 table spoon Oregano. Easily available from a store.
  4. Salt as per taste. If you are not planning to add salt in the main dish, add salt accordingly here. Or, just skip the salt and add salt in the dish you are making.
  5. 1 table spoon Garlic powder.

Monday, 23 February 2015

Honey Balsamic Vinegar Sauce Recipe

Hey Friends,

This is going to be the post about how to make this wonderful Honey Balsamic Vinegar Sauce.

This sauce is so different in taste because it is little sweet as it has honey. It goes wonderfully well with chicken breast recipes like the Chicken Steak with Honey Vinegar Sauce.

Honey Vinegar Sauce
Honey Vinegar Sauce

Here is the recipe.

  1. 2 table spoons Honey
  2. 4 table spoons Balsamic Vinegar. You can use normal vinegar as well.
  3. Salt and Pepper.
  4. Juice of 1 medium sized lemon.

Wednesday, 28 January 2015

The Creamy Sauce - Companion for most baked dishes

Hey Foodies,

We indians love our curry, don't we? Well, the westerners love their sauces. If we see the fundamentals of cooking, curry and sauces serve the same purpose that is to add flavour and taste to the main ingredients. The only difference here is that in case of curry, mostly main ingredient is cooked with curry while when we make a sauce, we just eat it with cooked main food. Its served separately or just poured over the food.

Now, I have been cooking some western food as well which is generally baked or pan friend and is served with a sauce. And one fine day I made a sauce which came out so versatile and delicious and rich, I felt like sharing it with you in a separate post. So, here it goes.

Creamy Sauce


Take a sauce pan, add chopped onions, coriander and add white wine. Let it simmer on medium till almost all wine has evaporated. Just make sure it isnt too dry.