Indian Hand Pies

I am usually so focused on the main dishes when I make an “Indian Feast” that I never really think about appetizers.  For our last dinner, I had every intention of making these Curry Beef Pies (or Indian Hand Pies as G likes to call them) but because I couldn’t find any of the pre-made […]

Best ever Kebab recipe

Kebab. Kebob. Kebaaab. Sort of like tomato, tomaaato. Whatever you call them, kebabs are sort of the ultimate version of meat on a stick. Originally a Turkish delight dating to the 1,300s (most likely earlier, as it is basically meat on a stick, cooked over fire) kebab has also become a staple of Indian menus. […]

Tikka skewers

On the weekend, Sandy made a massive Indian feast for visiting friends. My sole contribution was to grill the chicken for the Tikka Masala. Awesome.

Big naan on campus

This will be the second batch of naan that I have made at home. Everyone else in the FAB Whitby kitchen thought my first attempt was awesome, but I was nonplussed. Attempt number 1 was somewhat lackluster. Having at the same recipe a second time though, I discovered a couple of things. First off, I […]

Balti Chicken Pasanda

Our youngest bought his dad (G) an Indian cook book for Christmas.  He’s not very adventurous when it comes to food but he does like Butter Chicken.  I actually encouraged him to buy the book because I wanted it (but no one need know this!).   After cooking a bunch of main stream food for New […]