Prawns Pasta

Perfect for lunch boxes. You Need: A cup of cooked Pasta. Two Bell Peppers, diced. Dill Leaves, chopped up. A tablespoon of butter. Prawns. Garlic. Black Pepper. Olive or Sesame oil. Lemon Juice. Pound the garlic and pepper into a paste. Add in the oil and lemon juice. Marinade the prawns in this for 15Continue reading “Prawns Pasta”

Dill-Daal Chicken

Super juicy chicken legs with fresh dill leaves. You Need: Couple of Chicken Legs. Tablespoon of oil per chicken leg. A pinch of turmeric per chicken leg. A teaspoon of paprika per chicken leg. Some chopped green chilies. Garlic Powder and some garlic pods. Chopped dill leaves. A little grated Parmesan cheese. Salt. Mix theContinue reading “Dill-Daal Chicken”

Grilled Raw Mango Salad

A simple salad with a nice tangy hit. You Need: A raw mango. Totapuri. Dill Leaves. Fresh Red Chilies, De-seeded. Cut half centimeter thick slices of the raw mango. Its not important how long or wide the slices are. It is however important that they are all the same thickness. Slice open the chilly andContinue reading “Grilled Raw Mango Salad”

Dry Brine Chicken Breast

Last week, I shared this technique for roasting a whole chicken. But then some people said it was still complicated. So I uncomplicated it a little. You Need: Chicken Breast. Both sides with the bone underneath it and skin on top. Butter, two teaspoons. Dill leaves, chopped fine. Carrots, sweet potatoes and broccoli. Garlic SaltContinue reading “Dry Brine Chicken Breast”

Baby Corn and Paneer

You Need: Baby Corn: 20 pieces. Paneer: 100 grams, cut into thin strips. Sesame oil: 3-4 tablespoons. Dill Leaves: Finely chopped. Dry Red Chilly Flakes. Garlic: Lots of cloves, chopped up. Mix all the ingredients. Cover a grill tray with parchment paper.┬áSpread everything without stacking. Into a preheated oven at 180C for 20 mins. Enjoy.Continue reading “Baby Corn and Paneer”