Malai Chicken Tikka

This is one chicken starter that is popular with adults and kids alike – primarily because it is very flavorful, has a very creamy taste, and not too spicy on the palette. It gets its spiciness from the use of green chillies, which can be adjusted as per taste. It tastes best served with some…

Chilli Gobi (Cauliflower)

Chilli Gobi probably comes a close second, Chilli Paneer, as a popular vegetarian starter in the Indo-Chinese Cuisine. It has a similar sweet, tangy and mildly spicy flavours like Chilli Paneer. Here, whenever I make Chilli Gobi, most of the time all the cauliflower florets that are fried don’t really make it to the sauce..:)…

Honey Chilli Potatoes

This is one starter which we all love to order when we dine out, especially if we are in a group of vegetarians and non-vegetarians. And bet you, it’s equally loved by all. I never thought it was easy to make till I decided to give it a try. The main thing to nail was…

Cucumber Boats

This recipe was a trial I had done for a Christmas party. Basically wanted to make a no-cook party starter which had an element of freshness to it and wasn’t too spicy. This was an instant hit with everyone. When I made this for the first time, it more or less went like a little…

Chilli Chicken

If you think of Indo-Chinese Chicken recipes, then Chilli Chicken will probably top the list. When traveling in the North of India, we had this food combination of Tandoori Roti, Dal Fry and Chilli Chicken. Sounds odd, right? But try ordering this from the dhabas and you will know why we loved this combo..:) Chilli…

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken is a very popular Indian starter, which also happens to be one of the top 5 Indian dishes searched online in 2018-19. The good part about this dish is that you can marinate larger quantities of chicken and freeze it and just use it as required. Though the traditional way of making a…

Chilli Paneer

Chilli Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese) is a very popular Indo-Chinese dish. It becomes even more interesting as this can be served as both a starter as well as a main course. Why do I call it Indo-Chinese?? Well, you would not find paneer in the menu in an authentic Chinese restaurant!!! The closest ingredient to…