A lot of milk…make Paneer

I came back home from a vacation to a shelf full of milk packets in the fridge. There was almost 6 liters of full cream milk. These were all 500 ml packets and the oldest packet was about 12 days old. The best way to use up all the milk is to make it intoContinue reading “A lot of milk…make Paneer”

Tuna-Feta Sandwich Mix

A can of Tuna in brine or oil. A 100 grams of Feta. Mix the two with a fork so they are all crumbly together. Do NOT add salt without tasting this. Now start adding in flavors and texture. Chopped onion, chopped green chilly, crushed pepper, chopped fresh coriander, capers, olives, a tablespoon of mayonnaise…whateverContinue reading “Tuna-Feta Sandwich Mix”

How to Clean Silver Pomfret

Silver Pomfret is the easiest fish to cleanup and prepare. Start by sharpening your knife. This is extremely important. Remove the tail and fins. Feel the skull and cut inwards from where the bone ends. Feel the jawline and cut inwards from where the bone ends. Both incisions must intersect to form a V. FreeContinue reading “How to Clean Silver Pomfret”

Keto Chicken and Spinach

A great weeknight dinner. Light and yummy with a good load of protein in it. Chicken breast, marinated in vinegar, paprika, turmeric and salt. Preferably use a cast iron pan. Heat a little oil and place the chicken on it. Let it cook for about 4 minutes on one side and then flip it over.Continue reading “Keto Chicken and Spinach”

Lobia (Black Eyed Peas) Chaat

A simple chaat that bursts with flavor and colors. I have used fresh cowpeas but you can also use dry cowpeas. This is another assembly kind of recipe. Cowpeas: If fresh, put in hot salted water and cook on medium heat till they are done. If dry, then soak overnight and pressure cook for aContinue reading “Lobia (Black Eyed Peas) Chaat”