Naan bread is often one of the first things perceived when we think of Indian food. I used to think that naan is one of the hardest things to make, however it is not! As they say practice makes perfect! I personally enjoy eating my naans with some garlic butter spread on top, although this recipe is for a plain naan. Ingredients: 100g of maida … Continue reading Naan

Garam Masala

Garam masala is a basic spice mix which is fundamental for almost all North-Indian dishes. Grinding spices is not hard, so I don’t understand while we buy packaged pre-ground spices. Ingredients: Dhaniya (coriander seeds) Jeera (cumin seeds) Daal Cheeni (cinnamon sticks) Kali Mirch (whole black peppercorns) Laung (cloves) Elachi (green cardamom pods) Star Anise Tej Patha (dried bay leaves) Method: Remove the seeds from the … Continue reading Garam Masala


Masala is a fundamental part of nearly every savoury Indian dish. It is a basic mixture of fried onions, garlic, ginger and tomatoes You can transform your leftover roast chicken, just by adding it to a pan with some masala, water and spices to make a delicious chicken curry… It is a great idea to make lots of masala and freeze it in ice cube trays, … Continue reading Masala