If you’ve not experienced this Indian-style blend of fatty pork with chiles and spices, you’re about to be stunned by its taste and versatility.
One of the easiest cheeses to make and the only one used in Indian cooking, paneer is versatile beyond belief. Cubed, crumbled, or roasted, it has a myriad of tasty uses.
Like no other potato salad you’ve ever eaten. Not even in the same league. Created by Nik Sharma, who knows a thing or two about flavor.
Flavor guru Nik Sharma wraps ground lamb in creamy mashed potatoes before lightly frying. Spicy, crunchy comfort food at it’s best.
Indian street food at its finest from cookbook author Nik Sharma. Experience a slow building of heat to an exquisite crescendo. And they’re made on the stovetop for all-seasons kebabing.
A defiantly untraditional stuffing (or dressing, if you prefer) that tastes so intuitive you’ll wonder why no one ever came up with this melding of flavors until now.
What began as an attempt of ours to eat healthily ended with us literally swooning to the taste of this inspired soup.
“Masala” essentially means “spiced.” A fitting title for these exquisitely spiced shrimp…though it fails to also capture just how divinely easily they come together.
Cultures collide in these pulled pork tacos from Nik Sharma that draw on tradition—by way of both Mexican techniques and Indian ingredients.