What's so special about the pic.. well i cooked it my first poha!! Finally after all these years solved the mystery thru YouTube kabitas kitchen recipe ;) it brought back Pune memories n my moms poha memories ..!! 😋 #healthyindianfood
Tandoori Chicken, Saag Aloo and Pilaf Rice
4 Chicken legs
For the marinade
1 tablespoon Greek yogurt
2 cloves crushed garlic
1 thumb sized piece grated ginger
1 tablespoon tandoori spice mix
1 teaspoon chilli powder
Juice 1/2 lemon
200g new potatoes chopped and cooked.
2 cloves crushed garlic
Thumb sized piece grated ginger
Teaspoon mustard seeds
Teaspoon cumin seeds
1 chopped chilli
500g basmati rice
1 large onion, finely chopped
2 cinnamon sticks
8 cardamom pods, split open
4-6 thinly pared strips lemon zest
1l boiling chicken stock or water hot
Mix the marinade ingredients together and coat the chicken. Leave for 1/2 hour but it can be marinated the day before.
Pre heat the oven 200 degrees.
Fry the onion until soft then add the ginger and garlic. Add the spices and lemon zest. Now add the rice stir and coat the rice in all the flavours. After 3 minutes add the stock, stir once more and bake for 20-25 minutes, leave to rest for 5 minutes, then fluff with a fork.
Season with salt and pepper and roast the chicken in the oven for 45 mins.
Sauté the onion until soft, add the garlic, ginger and mustard seeds. Allow the seeds to pop then add the turmeric, cumin and seasoning.
Stir in the potatoes and wilt in the spinach. #tandoorichicken#chicken#tandoor#indianfood#indiantakeaway#familyfood#instafood#instamums#instamothers#saagaloo#pilafrice#rice#Pilaurice#mustardseeds#cuminseeds#garlic#ginger#chilli#onion#cardamom#spinach#potato#healthytakeaway#healthyindianfood#fridaynightcurry#fridaynightcurrynight
Home-cooked healthy Indian food for lunch cooked by an expert in Ayurvedic food and author of two cookbooks.
Crisp dosas were filled with potatoes combined with cabbage, squash, onions, kale and cilantro. These came with homemade fresh coconut chutney and sambar. Even the ghee sprinkled on the dosas was homemade, from organic cultured butter.
There was also upma made with quinoa, amaranth, millet, mixed vegetables and sprouted legumes.
Dessert was saffron-flavored seera, a cream of wheat pudding with raisins and almonds, also fresh coconut burfi, accompanied by chai spiced with cardamom and black pepper.
did you know that every batch of our modern Bombay mixes is baked by hand in our home kitchen? there’s nothing like the fragrant aroma of toasted Indian spices wafting through the kitchen - even the postman liked what he smelt #modernbombaymixes#abritishfavouritereinvented
After spending the morning frolicking with the dogs in the snow, it’s time to huddle up with a cosy blanket and a hot mug of chai. I’ve also taken our sweet potato and mung bean curry out of the freezer to whip up for dinner later. The perfect warming and nourishing meal to warm my frozen fingers and toes 😍 #dhikarifoods#indianfoodforamodernpalate
Boneless indian chicken thighs with avocado and spinach salad....a great healthy recipe for the family and a good one for meal prepping lunches! (No oil or butter needed and you only need to add a tiny pinch of salt)! 😍😍😍
🍗Place 12 boneless chicken thighs in a bowl and squeeze half a large lime or a full small one onto the chicken. 🍗Add half tsp haldi and half tsp of red deggi mirch. Mix well
🍗 Leave in the fridge for half an hour.
🍗After 30 mins, take the chicken out of the fridge and add 2 tbsp @fage 0% fat yoghurt.
🍗Add 1 tbsp grated ginger, half a tbsp crushed garlic, 1 tsp cumin powder and 1 tsp corriander powder
🍗Add Salt to taste, half tsp black pepper and a handful of fresh chopped corriander
🍗Mix together and leave to marinate in the fridge for 3-4 hours.
🍗Cook in a piping hot oven (270 degrees) for 30 mins or until water dries and chicken starts to sizzle.
Pulao Bowl - Indian twist on a burrito bowl 😇 I love the rice bowl which you get in American Burrito and find it yummy and filling. So I make my own version of it, Desi style, for my lunch :) This is basically a vegetable pulao (my take on it - with lots if veggies, your day to day stuff - carrot, potato, onion and surprise ingredient is spinach) with some salad and a spinach omelette.
With the salad, add a bit of lime or Apple Cider Vinegar and that takes the whole thing to another level 😍😇 The pic is post I started eating it so u can't differentiate most probably. Omelette is shredded so you can fit all into a bowl. Instead if omelette you can add corn (microwaved/boiled/sautéed) or some stir fry or soondal or just boiled kadala :) or if you are a non vegetarian add some fish or chicken!
This is an idea for all those who feel taking food from home is difficult and cooking is a chore! (Bachelors and bachelorrettes and those trying to cook but struggling) It's not trust me! Idea is to make stuff which is easy a day you like, no need make a three course meal or 3-4 laborious side dishes! Go for simple and easy to do stuff. Salads, omelettes and one pot meals are your friends. This is one of the most easiest things ever!! #healthyandtasty#healthyindianfood#indianlunchboxideas