I know I should really stop moaning about the heat but it really is far too deserving of a good moan! 💦 You’d think it’s too hot for an Indian meal right? So here’s a recipe packed with all those gorgeous flavours but also quick, easy, healthy and refreshing! All you need are some fluffy chappatis and a bowl of raita to accompany it. Or dal and rice!
I'm really excited about this recipe. Many reasons. I love paneer, I love marinating, I love BBQing, I love that lovely subtle smoky charred flavour, I love sharing food with friends and family. And this recipe is perfect for all this! And it's dead easy (once you've gathered all your ingredients).
One week to Easter and I had to make an eggy contribution! Here's a tasty and not very difficult egg curry recipe, South Indian style :)
If you ask me, Brussels is synonymous with four things: Tintin, Manneken Pis, chocolates, waffles, and fries. Oh that's five things.
Now since this is a food blog, I'll leave the reporter and the peeing boy alone, and focus on food in Brussels! Wait, I'm going to leave the waffles out too, because I really couldn't say if one was better than the other - they're everywhere, and they all taste just as good, so go anywhere, and you'll be just fine.
Here are a few delicious recommendations for everything from moules frites to chocolate mousse.
Who doesn't love chicken tikka right? And there are so many different marinades to try out! Though nothing tastes as good as chicken tikka made in a tandoor (a traditional clay oven commonly used in India), a garden BBQ grill comes close, and an electric home oven isn't too bad. Since this is a quick (if you exclude the marination time) and easy (but delicious) chicken tikka recipe, we'll use our kitchen oven.