Very mildly spiced with few basic ingredients, this Slow Cooked Chicken in Coconut Milk is our current favorite comfort food. As the chicken slow cooks the kitchen gets filled with the citrusy aroma of curry leaves and sweet coconut milk. An unbeatable flavor blend! Paired with steamed rice, this Chicken curry will warm you inside out during the cold winter months.
Laal Maas is a very famous dish from the state of Rajasthan. It has a striking red color gravy, filled with warmth from the spices that goes in. In my opinion, any mutton curry taste even better the next day as the flavor blends and enhances.
Creamy nutty gravy with soft paneer, Safed Paneer is unlike any curries that you might have tasted. Its light and mildly spiced. perfum-y aromatic from fennel and green cardamom. Cooked with ghee, Safed Paneer is a rich curry served in several Indian restaurants. The dish is very similar and often referred to as Malai Paneer Curry, Shahi Paneer or Mughlai Paneer.
Macher Jhol refers to fish curry in Bengali and there are countless different ways fish curry can be prepared. What I am sharing today is the simplest version of a Bengali fish curry using salmon. This way even if you can't find the authentic lake water fish, you will still get to enjoy Bengali style Macher Jhol with salmon.
The combination of cauliflower with potato is unbeatable! There are various different ways to pair these two favorites. You can stir fry to make a lovely side dish. North Indian style Aloo Gobi is one of my fav goto. Similarly a milder version is this Bengali Style Cauliflower Potato Curry called Phulkopir Aloo Dalna. Phulkopi is the Bengali term for cauliflower and dalna is often referred to light pure vegetarian curries. Ready in 30 minutes, you will love this curry on busy work days.