Whilst we all enjoy a visit to the local Indian, it would appear that it isn’t only curry houses that are serving up the nation’s favourite dish.
After our recent recipe for mango lassi , here is an other well-known northern Indian beverage called Jal-jeera, or jaljira. It is a popular drink to cool you down in summer (so maybe you wont be drinking it this week if you’re in the UK). Jal-jeera powder generally consists of cumin, black pepper, mint, rock salt and some fruit powder. You can also find recipes with chili or hot pepper powder. In Hindi Jal means...
A hugely popular dish, not only in India, but across the entire South Asia subcontinent. There are many regional variations but here we show you how to cook the traditional Indian take on the biryani.
Karahi is a cooking method and refers to the pot used to make this dish. This Punjabi recipe carefully blends spices for a subtle yet tasty dish.
A ‘karahi’ is a type of cooking pot popular in Indian cooking. Don’t worry though, you don’t need a karahi to make this delicious dish – a large frying pan, wok or saucepan will do.