Fiery and absolutely bursting with flavour, this tastes just as good when you’re snuggled up on your couch watching Netflix as it does when you’re 2 beers down on a beach on Goa.
If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to be invited to Sunday lunch at a Sindhi home, you’ll be familiar with the holy trifecta of Sindhi Kadhi, Alu Tuk and steamed white rice. Light and tangy, this is simple comfort food at it’s best :)
This light and tangy fish curry from Assam is an easy choice if you’re trying to eat healthier. Takes less than 30 minutes to prepare! It’s generally made with rohu fish, but feel free to substitute depending on what’s available to you.
The best Choley, also known as Channa Masala, is found in the busy dhabas around Amritsar’s beautiful Golden Temple. Here, this quintessential Punjabi dish is ladled up alongside fluffy bhaturas with enough oil to give any cardiologist a heart attack, but swap the bhaturas for brown rice if you’re feeling virtuous.