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.
Layers of flaky pastry make these pancakes irresistible. Ideal for ripping, tearing, and sharing.
Ovenly’s chocolate-enhanced rendition of a classic is a revelation with its melding of several different tempting dessert elements in a single incarnation.
Looking for an unfussy pasta dish? This lush squash and leek skillet pasta is unstuffed, cheese-topped, and looking for love.
Roast chicken is pretty much perfect on its own but when it’s smothered in Julia Turshen’s onion gravy, we just can’t say no. You won’t be able to, either.
An Indian-inspired tandoori masala crawfish (or shrimp) that’s still the butter-drenched feast you expect but with a warming spice blend. Napkins, please!
Usually considered restaurant fare, these vegetarian Peking Mushroom Pancakes are a cinch to make at home. Without any reservations.
Flavor guru Nik Sharma wraps ground lamb in creamy mashed potatoes before lightly frying. Spicy, crunchy comfort food at it’s best.