Recipes by Gayatri Singh

Indian Cuisine

Dal Makhni

Dal Makhni

Dals or Lentils are the staple ingredient of Indian cooking, there are so many varieties and so many different preparations, recipes from every state of India. Amongst all those Dal Makhni is my favourite, it’s creamy, buttery and delectable. Maknhi literally means buttery and this […]

Chicken Biryani

Chicken Biryani

Chicken Biryani is one dish I used to cook for my husband at least once a week, because he can actually live on it. If he loves one thing he can eat that over and over for years without getting bored 😉 😛 in the […]

Pink Lentils In Coconut Milk

Pink Lentils In Coconut Milk

Lentils are a big part of my diet as I usually eat vegetarian food and I love different flavours in my lentil recipes. In July in my India trip, I met the famous, sweet and talented Natasha Diddee, (check out her Instagram profile @thegutlessfoodie) after […]

Padwal Chi Bhaji ( Snake Gourd Stir-fry)

Padwal Chi Bhaji ( Snake Gourd Stir-fry)

Snake gourd or any type of gourd is very common in our meals, it’s healthy, easy to make and quick cooking vegetable. This simple recipe is one of my favourites and it goes really well with roti, dal, kadhi as a side. There are many […]

Khade Masalewala Murgh

Khade Masalewala Murgh

Rajasthan is one of the most colourful states in India with a rich history of royal heritage, beautiful forts and rich Rajputana Cuisine! The Rajputana cuisine hails from the Royal kitchens of Rajasthan to please the Maharajas (Kings) and Maharanis (Queens), this cuisine is spicy […]

Kairi Murgh (Sour Mango Chicken)

Kairi Murgh (Sour Mango Chicken)

A few weeks ago I was doing a collaboration with my friends on Instagram and we were cooking recipes from Andhra Pradesh, this is a one more dish I made for this series. Kairi Murgh,  kairi means sour green mango and murgh is chicken. This […]

Saunfia Chaman

Saunfia Chaman

Here is another easy and lip smacking paneer recipe from the beautiful state of Kashmir, India. In Kashmiri cuisine, fennel and dried ginger used generously and that’s what gives this recipe a different taste from the others. It’s a tomato based silky gravy and the […]

Tsuk Wangun

Tsuk Wangun

India is such a vast country with so many different cuisines and there various dishes which are unknown to people, Tsuk Wangun (Spicy and tangy baby aubergines) is definitely one of them. With my collaboration on Instagram with some incredibly talented food bloggers, cooking cuisines […]

Mor Kuzhambu

Mor Kuzhambu

South Indian cuisine is filled with fresh flavours, spices and aroma, I love almost every dish from this region and specially from the state of Tamil Nadu and one of them is this simple and delicious Mor Kuzhambu. A few moths ago I started following […]

Laal Maas

Laal Maas

Recently I am doing some collaboration with my friends on Instagram, they are incredibly talented cooks and this time we are doing Food of Rajasthan collaboration. Rajasthan is a state in west India with a rich history of Rajputs (kings). The dishes in the cuisine […]