Author: Margaret Wall

Kheema Pav

This is the one dish that I absolutely love. Well you probably think I say that about a lot of the recipes I feature on my website. But if your memories of eating Kheema Pav were anything like mine you would agree when I say it is THE quintessential dish in Indian cafes and street […]

Goan Prawn Ambotik

Goan Ambotik is a classic recipe hailing from the west of India. Cooked traditionally with fish the key to this recipe is the use of fresh coconut rather than coconut milk. I’ve used prawn in my recipe as the sweetness of the prawns is perfect with the hot and sour flavours of the gravy. ‘Ambat’ […]

Raan Musallam

Raan or Whole roast leg of lamb; served for its ostentatious presentation and long cooking time. The dish is painstakingly prepared using classic spices, marination and cooking techniques which when eaten give a sense of it all. Some of the finest Raan I have eaten is at Dum Pukht at ITC in Delhi, India which […]

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