This March weather with its broad streaks of sunshine but nippy winds are making me instictively want lighter, brighter flavours but also a touch of comfort. These fit the bill perfectly and are a firm favouite. They are also a great example of how not every Indian dish is smothered in sauce…
Whole juicy peppers, sometimes in a gem-like array of colours, are gently blistered on the outside to give a smoky char and filled with a piquant, silky mash that is just bursting with the flavours of ground pomegranate, cumin, chilli, ginger and coriander. The tartness of the filling contrasts perfectly with the blushing sweetness of the peppers… Continue reading
No one gets as excited about cauliflower season as Indians, but that’s because we know how to make utterly scrumptious gobi di sabji out of them.
Banish any memories you have of this vegetable as soggy, malodorous and bland from school dinners, and embrace this delicious dish, a real Punjabi home classic, where the delicate sweetness of the cauliflower is enhanced by a whisper of subtle, earthy spices… Continue reading
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and Season’s Greetings – be safe and well and have a happy and joyful time with the ones you love xxx (yes, I did make this myself in the kitchen, Blue Peter style haha). Happy Holidays!
Excited to share that the Cooking Like Mummyji series has been nominated for 2 awards at The Taste Awards!
Also known affectionately as the Tasty Awards, and with a red carpet celebration in Hollywood in January, they are the highest global awards for the Lifestyle Entertainment Industry. This premier broadcast awards show honors the year’s best achievements in Food, Fashion, Home and Lifestyle programming. http://www.thetasteawards.com/
Cooking Like Mummyji by Grokker has been nominated for Best Ethnic Program and Best Home Chef in a Series. Whoop whoop!
The latter is a viewer’s choice award and can be voted for here! http://tastetv.com/awards/vote.html Voting ends 17th Dec 2014.
Thank you in advance! xx