Shaheen Ali

Born and raised in a gastronomic family where cooking is most relied on approximation and eyeballing the ingredients or ratios and proportions for measurements. A physiotherapist by profession who came into blogging almost a year back with a motive to pen down my experience of learning and refining in the journey with food from home and the world beyond, from street food to the fine dining. I live with a motto in life that is 'Life is beautiful if you have good food around'

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Recipes and Articles by Shaheen Ali

Jerk Chicken With Rice And Peas Pilaf Recipe

Saturday, 18 March 2017 00:12

Jerk Chicken With Rice And Peas Pilaf Recipe is a Caribbean dish made with roasted chicken on rice pilaf. Chicken is oven roasted with spices. The mildly spiced rice pilaf is made with peas and then the jerk chicken is served placed on top of the rice pilaf, with a dash of lemon juice on top. This recipe ...

Tandoori Chicken Crostini Recipe

Friday, 17 March 2017 00:11

Tandoori chicken crostini is a fusion of Indian appetizer Tandoori Chicken, shredded and used as a topping along with various dips and vegetables on the crostini, which is a popular party appetizers from Italy. Serve Tandoori Chicken Crostini Recipe as an appetiser or with a healthy pasta like Spinach ...

Published in Appetizers

Andaman Style Steamed Garlic Prawns Recipe

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 00:11

Andaman and Nicobar is the largest group of island we have in Indian subcontinent. Apparently, there is no specific cuisine on these islands and it takes inspiration from Indian, Burmese, and Oriental Cuisine. Steamed garlic prawns is one simple and easy recipe that is adapted from Oriental cuisine and ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

Baked Fish In Coconut Milk Recipe

Tuesday, 14 March 2017 00:12

Baked Fish in coconut milk is a delicious healthy recipe that goes well with plain steamed rice and is a great meal option for the weight watchers. Coconut milk thickened and flavoured with some Indian spices is then baked with marinated fish fillets to get tender, warm and flavourful healthy dish that ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

Kale Chane Ki Kadhi Recipe

Monday, 13 March 2017 00:13

Kale Chane Ki Kadhi is a creamy spiced yogurt curry with black chickpea. Kadhi is a quintessential dish that belongs to various parts of India and is mostly loved in Punjab, Gujarat and Maharashtra. Kale Chane Ki Kadhi comes from North India and is typically eaten with plain steamed rice with a dollop ...

Mutton Rezala Recipe

Monday, 27 February 2017 00:14

Mutton Rezala is a popular Bengali side dish made with bony mutton pieces marinade in yogurt and curried with cashew and poppy seed paste with Indian spices. An amazingly flavorful and aromatic mutton dish, best enjoyed with paratha or naan.  Serve this delicious Mutton Rezala along with Whole ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

Rajasthani Makki Ke Dhokle Recipe

Monday, 27 February 2017 00:12

Quintessential snack recipe that comes from Rajasthani cuisine. Makki ka dhokla or corn meal dhokla is one of the most loved delicacy of Rajasthan. I have shaped these dhoklas like South Indian Vadas to add an oomph. You can shape them in traditional rectangular form as well. Dhokla is a healthy snack ...

Spicy Moroccan Eggs Recipe

Monday, 27 February 2017 00:11

Spicy Moroccan Eggs Recipe is a great exotic breakfast recipe to try on a lazy Sunday morning. Poached eggs in a sauce based on tomatoes, bell peppers spices and onions are divine to taste. This recipe preparation is similar to Shakshouka/Shakshuka which is also a skillet dish. Serve Spicy Moroccan ...

Assamese Bhendir Sorsori Recipe (Okra In Mustard Sauce)

Saturday, 25 February 2017 00:14

Bhendir Sorsori is a traditional Assamese vegetarian dish where Okra is cooked in mustard sauce. Either black or yellow mustard can be used in this recipe.This recipe is an ideal everyday meal option for okra lovers. Serve Assamese Bhendir Sorsori (Okra In Mustard Sauce) with tawa paratha, steamed ...

Assamese Saaru Maas Diya Adar Jhol Recipe (Fish In Ginger Gravy)

Saturday, 25 February 2017 00:11

Saaru Maas Diya Adar Jhol Recipe is Fish In Ginger Gravy which is an Assamese specialty. this fish recipe is a lightly spiced recipe traditionally. Since this dish is made with small fishes, the recipe is great and tastes light and creamy with bits of tender fish you can have in every bite. This Assamese ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

Bhut Jolokia Murgh Recipe (Ghost Chilli Chicken Curry)

Saturday, 25 February 2017 00:02

Bhut Jolokia Murgh or Ghost pepper chicken curry is a spicy side dish recipe made with chicken and seasoned with the hottest chillies found yet- the ghost peppers. Though it is a simple preparation of the recipe, watch out while adding the bhut jolokia since this chilli grown in East India is the spiciest ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

Aloo Konir Dom Recipe (Assamese Egg & Potato Curry)

Thursday, 23 February 2017 00:10

Aloo Konir Dom is Assamese Egg and Potato Curry which is amazingly flavourful and also a bit spicy. Typically eaten with plain steamed rice and is an integral part of the daily meal. Usually the curry is made medium spicy but when served during special occasions, the curry look fiery red and hot.  Serve ...

Egg Shoap Recipe | Assamese Appetizer

Thursday, 16 February 2017 00:11

Egg Shoap recipe is a famous Assamese Appetizer. Deep fried cutlets made with boiled eggs and potatoes flavored with Indian spices is a great tea time snack option and even makes an amazing party snack recipe for kids. Serve Egg Shoap Recipe | Assamese Appetizer with roasted tomato sauce during ...

Khajoor Imli Ki Chutney With Panch Phoran Masala Recipe

Saturday, 11 February 2017 00:13

Chutney has a wide importance in Indian cuisines and is similar to sauce that comes from the subcontinents. In India, almost every snack or savoury is incomplete without a Chutney. Different snack is teamed with a different kind of a chutney. Few very commonly loved Indian dips/chutneys are Tomato Mint ...

Published in Indian Chutney Recipes

Assamese Fish Fried Rice Recipe

Thursday, 09 February 2017 00:06

Assamese Fish Fried Rice is a typical rice preparation made in Assam and it no where resembles the Chinese fried rice recipe. This fried rice has Indian flavours and is absolutely delicious. Like any other fried rice, this recipe also has a couple of veggies in it along with spice rubbed and fried fish. ...

Published in Rice

Awadhi Khaas Nihari Recipe

Sunday, 05 February 2017 00:15

Khaas Nihari is a slow cooked stew Recipe made with either beef or lamb cooked with its bone marrow, originated from Mughal or Awadh cuisine. Authentically, Nihari is cooked in a vessel that is buried underground while it cooks overnight, which helps the recipe with very tender morsels of meat, infused ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

Sandah Guri Recipe (Assamese Roasted Rice Flour Porridge)

Sunday, 05 February 2017 00:12

Sandah Guri Recipe is an Assamese Roasted Rice Flour Porridge recipe where well roasted rice is coarsely powdered and mixed in milk topped with ghee and dry fruits. It is a wholesome and nutritious instant porridge recipe that can be made anytime if you have stored roasted rice flour. The roasted rice ...

Tofu & Shrimp Salad Recipe With Balsamic Dressing

Friday, 03 February 2017 00:14

Tofu and Shrimp Salad with Balsamic dressing is one of the most finest salad with a plethora of flavours. Rich is flavors along with nutrients, fibers etc, this salad makes an amazingly, colorful side in your meal parties. Serve Tofu & Shrimp Salad Recipe With Balsamic Dressing as a whole meal with ...

Published in Salads

Murgh Ajmeri Recipe

Friday, 03 February 2017 00:11

A classic Chicken curry from the Holy City Ajmer, named after the city Murgh Ajmeri is a thick and spicy chicken delicacy where the marinated chicken pieces are slow cooked with Indian spices.  Served with Tandoori Roti , Naan or Rice, Murgh Ajmeri is a staple chicken dish that is commonly served ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

Rajasthani Mutton Banjara Recipe

Wednesday, 01 February 2017 00:13

The easiest Mutton Curry made with simple ingredients along with a simple recipe. No marination, no slow cooking, this recipe is apt for all who are in a rush to complete their dinner preparations. As the name says, Mutton Banjara, where Banjara means Gypsies. Hence the dish that is made in jiffy with ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

Angoor Raita Recipe

Wednesday, 25 January 2017 00:13

Summers give us enough reasons to enjoy our favourite fruits as much as we can. One such summer fruit that happens to be my most favourite is Grapes. All those who have tasted fruit raita shall agree with me that grape raita is another variant that tastes amazing as a side dish with veg biryani or Kashmiri ...

Published in Indian Raita Recipes

Budhha's Delight Recipe (Thin Rice Noodles With Vegetables)

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 00:13

Budhha's Delight is a classic Asian dish full of mixed vegetables, tofu and rice noodles in a savoury sauce. A vegan recipe that is full of nutrients and is a classic wholesome vegetarian dish. The dish is traditionally enjoyed by Buddhist monks who are vegetarians, but it has also grown in popularity ...

Published in East Asian Cuisine

Hunan Style Sweet Sour Chicken Recipe

Monday, 23 January 2017 00:36

Hunan style of cooking is a popular Chinese-American method where a dish is made with tender pieces of chicken cooked with vegetables and tossed in a thick savory and spicy sauce. Hunan style sweet and sour chicken recipe is one such delectable recipe in which chicken pieces are cooked ...

Published in East Asian Cuisine

Chicken Souvlaki with Tzatziki Recipe

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 00:12

A greek dish in which Chicken breast are cut into equal pieces and marinated with Greek flavours, later skewered and cooked. Chicken Souvlaki is typically served with flat bread where they are filled with lettuce, some tomatoes, salad and wrapped with Tzatziki. Tzatziki is again a flavorful dip made ...

Published in Mediterranean Cuisine

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