Chaimisu

This creamy dessert is a new take on tiramisu. Instead of using coffee, I used chai flavours. It’s super quick and easy to make (took me less than 30 mins to make). I used a basic tiramisu recipe but replaced the coffee with tea and added chai latte powder to the cream mixture. Ingredients 1…

Cheesy aloo tikki

Aloo tikkis are a street food classic. Aloo means potato in urdu/hindi and it’s a perfect afternoon snack, made up of mashed potatoes, a couple of spices and coriander. I added a block of cheese in mine to make it more exciting! Ingredients: 2 large potatoes peeled and boiled Half a large onion- finely chopped…

Smoked garlic and pomegranate chicken

Visiting my family always involves tons of yummy food and I always come back to London feeling like a whale. It was the first time we had a bit of sun this year so in true British style, we kicked off the summer with a barbecue. This is my brother’s recipe and he was kind…

Spiced roast chicken

Healthy dinners don’t have to be boring. And spiced food doesn’t have to be spicy! The spice I have used in this dish is ras el hanout, it’s a North African blend of spices, a bit like garam masala in India. It is used in a lot of North African cooking especially in tagines. This…

Orange Blossom, Cardamom and Yogurt Cake

After a wonderful trip to Marrakech with my family, I was itching to make something with Moroccan flavours. Most Moroccan desserts incorporate orange blossom and syrup. As it was Easter weekend, I was home in Yorkshire, so invited over a couple of my childhood best friends for an overdue catchup over afternoon tea – Indian…