Brussel spout subji

I adore brussel spouts always have, I used to swap my carrots for my Dad's brussels as a kid.  So when I discovered cooking them indian style works so well I was very excited! I tend to cook this dish as vegan. You can also make this Sathvick, by removing the onion and replacing it with [...]

Hulled Masoor ki daal (red split lentils)

This dish is speed lightning fast, you can cook it start to finish in 20mins or under! You can buy these in any English supermarket, they are normally labelled red split lentils. This is the same lentil as the previous masoor daal recipe just it has no skins as it has been hulled, so it is [...]

Aloo Gobi (Cauliflower and potatoes)

I love eating seasonal vegetables, they are always at their best. Autumn is perfect for this yummy dish, but you can eat it any time of year. You can make many variations of this dish, I recommend having a play with it changing things to your taste and give yourself some variety. I tend to cook this [...]

About Food for Thought

Why I am doing this? I have been lucky enough to have grown up with a large variety of cooking techniques. Indian cooking being one of the dominant, influenced through my heritage. So most of the recipes are authentic Indian cooking, some may have had modern twists! I decided very early on in my life that I wanted to be [...]

Masoor ki daal (green/ brown lentils)

This dish is a very fast easy family favourite! You can buy these lentils in any English supermarket, they are normally labelled green lentils or brown lentils, they can vary a little in size too, but they are from the same family. You can cook this as a vegan or vegetarian dish I shall give [...]