These spicy-sweet-crunchy-soft shrimp tacos are my summer anthem! As in I could eat them every single day, as in I just ate a full plate but I’m still craving more.
Our very favorite butter masala trades the usual chicken for fresh paneer cheese! With a rich, savory, cashew-thickened tomato gravy and a generous splash of spices, it’s no wonder we never manage to save any leftovers.
There’s nothing better than fresh naan bread with homemade curry, so why not combine them into one delicious plate! As much as I love bread bowls of soup, naan bowls filled with hot curry have my heart.
Paneer cheese is what makes Indian favorites like saag paneer and paneer curries so incredibly delicious! It’s almost a crumbly, extra-dense version of ricotta, milk-sweet and perfect for soaking up all the flavors in sauce.
I hope you had a wonderful, relaxing Christmas with family & friends! Are we all stuffed full of cookies and crullers and eggnog?
We’re about to celebrate overindulgence in a big way, so today’s post is thinking ahead to take care of our future selves. Sometimes our best intentions are overrun by the sheer force of food laid out on the Thanksgiving table… and then Aunt Mary brings out the most beautiful pie and I just can’t help
Bringing you a savory Thanksgiving appetizer just in time to add to your menu! Thanksgiving dinner is the main event, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t hungry a couple hours before… especially the cooks.
Any eggplant lovers out there? I’m a big fan of eggplant in Asian and Italian dishes, but rarely make the effort to cook it at home.
I’m completely obsessed with this poutine! This puts an Indian spin on the dish, layering saucy chicken tikka masala and fresh paneer cheese over extra-crispy sweet potato fries – I’m in love.
I broke down this week with an desperate craving for Indian food despite my too-hot-for-ovens attitude. My go-to is slow cooker butter chicken (which is perfect if you really aren’t turning on the oven) but I wanted something a little lighter, more summer-y.