Malai Kofta is a velvety smooth Mughlai gravy with soft, tender melt-in- your-mouth cottage cheese dumplings. It is an Indian vegetarian dish with rich taste of fresh cream and nuts. This is one of the few Indian vegetarian recipes that always get you drool by just listening to its name.
Kathi Rolls are one of the oldest Indian street foods. Savoury barbecued meats or veggies rolled into Indian flat bread, layered with egg, rolled up into parchment paper, twisted at the end and served. Kati Rolls or Kathi Rolls were first introduced by “Nizams of Kolkata” a famous joint that sold kebabs and parathas and other Mughlai dishes in the heart of the city in 1930’s. Since then the kathi rolls are one of the famous Indian street foods.
Mint chutney usually known as Green chutney or hari chutney is one of the most flavorful Indian condiment which can be prepared in just few minutes. It is a blend of mint, coriander, yogurt, garlic, onion, lemon juice, chilies and salt. Mint chutney can be serve with kebabs, fritters, on a toast or as a dip.
Butter chicken or Murgh Makhani has been an instant hit through the years. Along with Chicken Tikka Masala this is one of the most well-known Indian dishes around the world. It originated in the 50’s at Moti Mahal restaurant in Delhi. Eating butter chicken in Moti Mahal is like reading Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
This is my mom’s recipe and my all-time favorite sabzi. This ordinary looking vegetable is cooked with very basic ingredients retaining its natural sweet taste and keeping it healthy at the same time. This is a lovely side dish to Indian meals. It can be served on its own with chapati or as a side to any daal (lentil soup).
This is one dish that can be found on every Indian restaurant menu. Grilled chunks of chicken wrapped in creamy tomato sauce. The perfection comes from the combination of yogurt, spices, tomatoes and cream. Chicken Tikka Masala is hugely popular in U.K also so much so that in 2001 it was declared as British national dish.