Succulent mutton (goat-meat) cooked in a Lucknow-style curry. You’ll love the flavors from the aromatic spices, the not too-rich gravy, and the soft potatoes that soak it all up so well!
Possibly the most loved mutton & rice dish across India! A definite on the menu for celebrations and festivals. Pretty much every region and community has their own version. This one is an amalgamation of recipes handed down on both sides of my family, as well as some useful tips shared by friends over the years!
A mild, flavorful Japanese Curry served with rice and a crispy, succulent cutlet. Can be made with your choice of protein: Chicken, Pork or Paneer if you are vegetarian!
A one of a kind Summer Special! Sugar Baby Mangoes cooked in a spicy, tamarind-y, Mangalore-style curry.
A quick & simple Pesto recipe that uses Cashews and Sunflower Seeds instead of pine nuts. Just the recipe for when you want to make an indulgent pasta in 15 mins or less!
Pomfret cooked in a hot & sour, coconut curry. This curry gets its characteristic taste from Kokum, and its bright red colour from Byadgi Chilies. Its the quintessential Konkan fish curry-rice!
A light, low on spice version of kidney beans & rice, that’s Simply Comforting…
A very Goan pulao that gets its distinct flavor from, you guessed it, Goa-Sausage. It tastes of smoked pork, vinegar and a host of Indian spices!
Prawn Sukka is a traditional recipe from the Konkan coast, in India. This restaurant inspired recipe uses three kinds of chilies to give it, its’ fiery appeal.
Succulent mutton in a mint and pepper flavorued stew. Its hearty yet light on the tummy all at once!