Punjabi Masala Chole (Punjabi Masala Chickpeas)

Punjabi Masala Chole (Punjabi Masala Chickpeas) This is a melt in the mouth and to die for recipe of Punjabi masala chole! The taste is a beautiful rich amalgamation of spices and flavours. Punjabi masala chole are best accompanied with Bhature which is where the dish ‘Chole-Bhature’ is derived from but of course you can…

Dungri Bateta Nu Shak (Onion and Potato Curry)

Dungri Bateta Nu Shak (Onion and Potato Curry) is a great combination for a curry especially if you want something quick, healthy and full of flavour. Of all the veg and non-veg restaurants I have visited in the years, I have never come across this particular curry anywhere and yet it is a staple all…

Kobi Bateta Nu Shak (Cabbage and Potato Curry)

Kobi Bateta Nu Shak (Cabbage and Potato Curry) – is a regular lunch curry served with hot rotlis in Gujarat. It has minimum ingredients and is quick and easy to make. In this recipe I have used white cabbage but you can use green or sweetheart cabbage if you wish to. The sweetheart cabbage has…

Lilu Fulawar Nu Shak (Broccoli Curry)

It is well known that broccoli has many beneficial properties such as being extremely nutritious with vitamin C and dietary fibre as we as containing anti-carcinogenic properties. Without exception, this is a ‘must eat’ on everyone’s weekly dish list! In Gujarati broccoli is known as lilu fulawar and is a part of the cauliflower family….

Posho Bateta Nu Shak (Green Beans and Potato Curry)

This is a classic, quick and easy dish to prepare. It can be made as a side dish or as a main to serve with rotli or paratha. This is a comfort recipe which can be made when you want something quick and easy but tasty, satisfying and filling. Posho or fansi are the name…

Vatana Bateta Nu Shak (Potato and Peas Curry)

This is a classic, quick and easy dish to prepare. It can be made as a side dish or as a main to serve with boiled rice. This is a comfort recipe which can be made when you want something quick and easy but tasty, satisfying and filling. Vatana bateta nu shak is also known…

Bateta Ne Bhaji Nu Shak (Spinach and Potato Curry)

Bateta Ne Bhaji Nu Shak (Spinach and Potato Curry) – a very delicious, healthy and mildly spiced Indian curry recipe made with potatoes and spinach. I say Indian purely because this dish is eaten all over India and different recipe versions are also available. It is known as palak aloo in Hindi. There are two…

Phul Kobi Bateta Ne Mattar Nu Shak (Cauliflower, Potato and Peas Curry)

Phul Kobi Bateta Ne Mattar Nu Shak (Cauliflower, Potato and Peas Curry) is a classic favourite in any Gujarati household. As its name suggests, this curry is made from cauliflower, potato and green peas. All the ingredients are available fresh and in order to bring out the right level of flavour, I only use three…

Ringan Bateta Nu Shak (Aubergine and Potato Curry)

Ringan Bateta nu shaak (Aubergine or Eggplant & Potato Curry) is a delicacy in a Gujarati household and in almost every traditional Gujarati function. It is my husbands favourite and a wonderful comfort food for him after a long day at work. The potatoes and aubergines are chopped slightly larger in size to maintain shape…

Kala Chana (Black Chickpea Curry)

Kala Chana Masala – Black chickpea curry. This was a staple curry at home when we were children. Every Friday my mum would make this curry with boiled basmati rice. Kala chana is a delicious, filling and protein rich curry. It has a low glycemic index which makes it perfect for a health balanced healthy…

Chana-Bateta Nu Shak (Chickpea and Potato Curry)

Chana-Bateta, or Chickpeas and Potatoes is a classic Gujarati recipe and a wonderful accompaniment to a Gujarati Thali. This is another one of Gujarats most popular recipes. I think it’s because chickpeas are such a fantastic ingredient, with their lovely nutty flavour they are used widely across all parts of Gujarat and India. They have…

Bateta Nu Shak (Potato Curry)

This is an all time classic and a favourite in every Gujarati household. This particular recipe is one handed down to me by my mum and goes down on any occasion. You can have this as a main or an accompaniment to other dishes. Have it with thepla, poori, bhakhri or even rotli. This is…