Chicken reshmi kebab is a kebab made with ground chicken and cheese, giving it a lovely, silky texture. Reshmi kebab is a North Indian dish from Uttar Pradesh. It is sometimes confused with Chicken Malai Tikka, but chicken malai tikka is chunks of chicken marinated in a cream sauce before being roasted, whereas chicken reshmi… Continue reading Chicken Reshmi Kebab
The Super Bowl is coming up already. That means it’s about time for one of my favorite things… Chicken Wings! I went to lunch with a couple of my co-workers on Friday and the conversation eventually ended up at football, as it so often does. They started talking about their Super Bowl plans and I,… Continue reading Jeera Chicken Wings (Cumin Chicken Wings)
This is a very special blog post for us. Only a few days after celebrating our wedding anniversary, we now celebrate our One Year Anniversary with Indiaphile! As a celebration we are holding our first giveaway, but before we get to that, I want to share a few reflections on our blog.
I love hearty one pot meals. But for some reason, I don’t make them often enough. The first chicken tagine I made, was a recipe from epicurious that I made a few years back exactly as written. It came out great but what I really love about it is the technique.
I’ve been talking with Puja for a long time about doing a series of posts on tandoori cooking. I want to cover everything from naan to restaurant style tandoori chicken, and talk about how the oven works and all of that. After talking about it for weeks and weeks, I finally stepped up and made… Continue reading Saffron Tandoori Chicken
Superbowl Sunday is coming up! It is the one and only day of the year that Steve and I watch football. We usually go all out and eat all the crappy bar foods that go along with it… and lots of beer! This year I wanted to put an Indian twist on this All-American holiday.… Continue reading Baked Tandoori Chicken Wings with Cumin Yogurt Dip
Steve and I went to his parent’s house for an early Thanksgiving dinner last weekend. We had to work on Thanksgiving day and Steve’s parents were going out of town, so we celebrated early with that side of the family. We had a fantastic traditional meal with turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, sweet… Continue reading Thanksgiving Feast for Two