A traditional delicacy from down South which literally means 'poured appam' in Tamil. Uttapam is a dosa-like preparation made with the batter of rice, dhuli urad dal and fenugreek seeds.
Brimming with many flavours this lasagne recipe is absolutely irresistible! Sheets of lasagne layered with tomato ketchup, white sauce and vegetables. Drizzled with cheese on top and baked till golden.
A lip smacking paratha to please a hungry soul! Paratha stuffed with aloo, onion, green chillies and coriander leaves filling. Don't forget to plop some butter!
Crushed biscuits with dates, eggs and butter. Chilled, cut into small slices and served with an ice-cream, chocolate strips, mint sprigs and some fresh oranges. It's a perfect treat for your kids!
Paneer, bell pepper, onions and zucchini marinated in a variety of spices, grilled on a tandoor/oven and served with hung curd dip.
Imbul Kiri Bath is a traditional dish from Sri Lanka. 'Kiri Bath' means milk rice. Rice infused with coconut milk and layered with a coconut-treacle mix.
A traditional Gujarati savoury cake. It is made with a combinations of lentils, rice and buttermilk.
Khaboos is an Iranian or Arabic flat-bread made with maida. Goes well with stews, hummus or dips.
A super-fast recipe to soothe away those untimely hunger attacks!
Great for dinner parties as a snack to munch on. A mix of chopped prawns and oriental flavours layered on bread, topped with sesame seeds and baked crisp!
Kids' cooking should go beyond the sweet recipes we too often teach them. But crumble is a must-have in everyone's repertoire.I can be a bit po-faced about children and puddings. It annoys me, the assumption that children can only be enticed to cook if there's something sugary involved.I spent much...
Widely available in Japanese convenience stories as 'yakisoba pan', this simple concoction makes for a solid post-pub snackWhile in the UK and US we might be found wolfing burgers and kebabs after a night out, I like to imagine the Japanese scarfing down fried-noodle sandwiches, or yakisoba pan (ya...