Learn how to make garlic paste effortlessly with this straightforward guide. Follow my simple steps using fresh garlic cloves, and turn them into a smooth, flavorful paste, perfect for your cooking—with no unnecessary additives, using a quick method for superior quality.
If you love cooking Asian food, particularly Indian-Pakistani food, you want to know how to make ginger paste at home. Nothing beats freshly made ginger paste that can make your dish taste better than using ready-made ginger paste from the store. The bonus is it’s simple, quick, and economical to make.
This bright green color, tasty, and quick cilantro mint chutney recipe only requires a few ingredients. Easy to make and packs with fresh, herby, and zesty flavor. Dip your favorite Indian snack, like samosas, pakoras, etc., or make spicy sandwiches.
This homemade lemon curd is the easiest to make using simple ingredients. It is tart and creamy with enough sweetness to make it a perfect pair for pancakes, waffles, cakes, and all sorts of desserts.
This garam masala recipe will help you make a true spice blend with a superior quality to the shop-bought. A must-have in many Indian dishes, this ground spice mix will give your curries a fragrant and aromatic flavor.
This homemade Pakistani chaat masala recipe will help you make a spicy and tangy spice mix in a simple way. Often sprinkled over snack foods, this spice blend has a unique flavor that makes the food taste more interesting.
Panch Phoron is a whole spice blend of fenugreek, cumin, mustard, fennel, and nigella seeds. This 5 spice mixture is often used in Northeastern Indian, Pakistani, and Bengali cuisines, etc.
Refreshingly minty and mildly spicy is the best to describe this mint yogurt chutney. It’s a must-have dip among the Indian/ Pakistani food spread.
Sambal goreng terasi literally means fried chilli sauce with dried shrimp paste. It’s a must-have condiment in Indonesian cuisines that tastes deliciously hot with a slightly-fishy aroma.
Vegetable pilau rice is a one-pot rice dish that not only is easy to make, but it is also tasty and versatile. You can pair the rice with delicious curries, or just have it as is.