Main Dishes

Makhani Chicken (Butter Chicken masala)

Each of my recipes has a story of where and how I came across it and this one is no different! Our friends invited us for lunch at Gilanis Restaurant during our recent trip to Nakuru, Kenya where I went to school and you guessed it, served us loads of food. A myriad of dishes was presented, but the final one that arrived with bells and whistles (and rightly so!)…

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Accompaniments/ Snacks/ Starters

Keema and Alu bake – healthy cutlets/cutlass (Mince and Potato bake)

This is an amazing reproduction of one of our childhood favourites – Potato & Mince cutlets – in Kenya also known as bateta champs or cutlass), but with fewer calories and a satisfying taste.  My cousin from Reading inherited her mum’s recipe and makes it (upon request) at all our gatherings, she has not only perfected the recipe but also kindly shared it with me.…

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Main Dishes/ Rice

Kapsa (a rice and meat dish)

This is a rice dish made with lamb, beef or chicken,and is widely available in most Middle Eastern countries, it is an Arabian take on Pilao/Biryani and the change is so satisfying when served with the special chutney that goes with it. For years some of the Sheikh family has resided in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and the beauty of this means that we have been enjoying first hand Arabian food…

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Main Dishes/ Vegetarian

Moussaka (Aubergine/Egg Plant)

A Greek/Arab/Turkish dish made all over the world to differing ingredients. This recipe is my mum’s and she frequently made it for us upon request during our growing years in Kenya, and when I eat this it still conjures up a warm loving family feeling. This recipe has a desi take on it, but it is really worth following the many steps it takes to produce this wonderful dish.…

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Accompaniments/ Main Dishes/ Vegetarian

Stuffed Aubergine (Bharay Bengun)

Mums are the fonts of all knowledge! I went shopping the other day and bought these lovely looking small aubergines on an impulse, I am home and thinking, I have never made these without meat or chicken where do I begin?  Easy call mother! She sent me the recipe via voice note, and to her lovely tone I produced this soft, velvety, shiny, pulpy stuffed aubergine dish.  …

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Main Dishes

BBQ Red snapper with dip

During our recent tour of South East Asia, we had the opportunity to try different cuisines and very different recipes, some didn’t sit very well with our views living in the UK, for example the copious amounts of salt used in this recipe. Note, the whole skin with salt can be discarded before eating and as with any recipe you can adjust to your taste. The first time we had…

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Accompaniments

Kashmiri Chai (Pink Tea)

Kashmiri (the original leaves originate in Kashmiri) or Gulabi (Pink) Chai (Tea) is a savoured delicacy and the process to get the correct pink coloured milky liquid into a fine bone china cup is unlike any other.  Copious amounts are literally downed in the Punjab over the cold winter months especially in cities like Lahore and Islamabad. The UK is now catching up ‘on this winter ‘addiction, and you can…

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Accompaniments/ Starters/ Vegetarian

Salad inspired by Tashas

Salad is salad! For years we have been serving salads as a side dish with no dressing making it a challenge to swallow! Having lived in the West and also travelled to many corners of the world, I have now realised that a good dressing is all it takes to make the salad appetising. Following on, its all go at sabihaskitchen – Salad Department, been dressing the salad and guess…

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Snacks/ Starters

Chicken Pasta Soup with Coconut

This is one of my most recent ‘acquisitions’! A very talented lady who is an amazing cook, served my lovely Pupho Maryam and ‘us’ as part of our recent lunch invite. The soup was so tasty and warming I can’t even remember what else was on her brimming table. As always it’s no good being Sabiha of sabihaskitchen.com if you not going to ‘doctor’ newly learnt recipes right? So here…

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Main Dishes/ Starters

Bhuna Chicken 95

I saw this recipe from Masala hut online, made it once loved it and then adjusted it to our tastebuds, hence the name change to Bhuna Chicken 95 – courtesy of my husband.  Its a dry roast chicken and should be served as a starter with a salad, if serving as part of a main meal, then I would suggest serving with sweet potato mash and sweet corn kernels. Serve…

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Main Dishes

Chicken/Kuku Pilao

Pilao/Pilaf/Pilaff you spell it how you like! This is a dish of rice and meat, it is milder than a biryani, but with an unusualy aroma of spices.  Pilaos are made all over the world with chicken, lamb, beef or even vegetables.  I believe the first written recipe was by a Persian/Iranian!  As with any popular dishes, there are many ways in which pilao is made. My recipe is from…

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Tagiatelle/Fettuccini Pasta with chicken in cream sauce

So finally mooching around on Facebook has paid off! I saw this recipe lurking on someone’s post and it looked so simple.  On impulse, I made it with trepidation for my family who are quite fond of Italian food and some class themselves as Pizza Express experts – like that’s Italian!  The trial went well, with feedback that mushrooms should be included with the chicken.  Sprinkle with parmesan cheese and chillie…

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Main Dishes

Tawa Chicken Roast

Tawa – is a griddle/frying pan/flat piece of metal with very low walls, sometimes convex, it is usually made of iron sheet or cast iron, but also comes in steel, aluminium and with non-stick coatings.  It is widely used in the East for making naans or chappatis. There are two kinds of tawa foods, one is boneless pieces of chicken/ lamb marinated in spices and then cooked on the tawa,…

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Main Dishes

Nihari

Nihari was a dish created for kings, nawabs and emperors but also served in huge vats to the workers in eras gone by. Rich in meat content, light on spices but very satisfying.  My first encounter was via our friend Mrs Ghauri, she sent a bowlfull for us to enjoy as a family.  We looked at it right and left up and down, not knowing how and what to eat…

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Snacks/ Starters

Chicken & Sweetcorn bake

This recipe is a cross between East and West brought to our palate by one of my mum’s friends in the UK.  Every 27th night of Ramadan, aunty would send her son to deliver this really huge baked chicken and sweetcorn tray.  My children would demolish half of it at iftaar (opening of fast) time and save the rest for sehri (beginning of fast) time. This tradition was carried on…

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Afghani Charsi Lamb Karahi

Those of us living in the UK have seen many an influx of different races and creeds, each bringing into Britain their very own personal cuisine, always tried and tested by locals.  At present the Afghanis are making in-roads into the local restaurant scene with their very own specialities, some very similar to Pathan cuisine e.g Chapli kebabs. The one thing that has really taken off in London is the…

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Starters

Aloo Tikki Chana (Chole) Chaat

In Kenya we grew up eating ‘Chana Bateta’ the best ones were made by my friend Yasmin (Khoji) of Nakuru. Her channas were to die for, nothing like the ones us Punjabis make.  The added touch was curry patta, gram flower and raw mango.  She usually served them a with a sprinkling of Kenyan chevda or plain potato crisps. This recipe is a twist on chana bateta, and is Aloo…

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Nathiagali Taj Hotel Chicken

Those of you that have been to Nathiagali, Muree will have missed out, if you didn’t eat the fried chillie chicken and mash ki daal at the famous Taj Mahal Hotel – actually a restaurant. The chicken is deep fried and comes out coated with chillies, served with dollops of more fried coarse red chillie flakes.  Stop hyperventilating! the deep frying lowers the potency of the chillies. My scout Syed…

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Desserts

Tres leches (3 milks) cake

This is a basic sponge (without butter), of Latin American origin, steeped in three kinds of milk – evaporated, sweetened condensed and double cream. It has a light texture and is not soggy as no fats are used in the making. I have requested and enjoyed it in homes, at birthday parties and at restaurants but always in the USA.  In our home my daughter and daughter-in-law are master bakers…

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Starters

Chicken and Vegetable soup

This is a really warming Chinese style chicken and vegetable soup perfect for Winter nights.  I got the recipe from Aqsa Khalid of Lahore.  It’s quite simple, but as with most soups you need to produce a good stock for a tasty rich outcome, so be patient – or you will produce a soup that tastes like dishwater!…

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Main Dishes

Methi Daal (Fenugreek and red lentils)

For this recipe you will either already be used to and enjoy eating  cooked bitter sweet fenugreek leaves or you will need to acquire a taste for it. Bear in mind that the very strong distinctive aroma of fenugreek will remain with you for 24 hours! It’s made very frequently and with much aplomb in our Sheikh biradari (wider family) homes in Kenya, USA, UK and of course Pakistan.  It…

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Rice

Chinese Egg Fried Rice

No Chinese meal is complete without at least one rice dish, this is a quick and easy recipe for egg-fried rice, it’s an easy dish to take to picnics, eat on its own or as part of a whole meal.  Ingredients are approximate, as it’s a ‘whatever’ goes kind of dish with an unusual but edible kind of yummy and flavourful end result. EASY OPTION FOR RICE COOKER USERS –…

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Main Dishes

Chicken Manchurian (Pakistani style)

If I say this is the most favourite, very favourite, the favourite dish of my family you will get the correct idea about the popularity of this dish. Again I learnt this in a very innovative tutor’s kitchen in Lahore, we helped with chopping and preparing, she showed us the method then let us taste a teaspoon, I remember always wanting more but unable to ask for any. Although the…

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Starters

Chicken Corn Soup (Chinese)

Chinese with a touch of Pakistan! I actually took classes in Lahore, Pakistan to emulate the dishes served in the Chinese restaurants in Lahore. I have travelled the world over, tried many Chinese connotations but nothing comes close to the dishes served in Lahore. I even took to the kitchen of one Chinese Pakistani restaurant and spent a few hours with the Chefs. The thing that amazed me was that…

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Desserts

Talati Sooji Halwa (another Semolina halwa)

Recently my cousin was over from Ireland and as usual, we were discussing recipes, she said she makes this sure hit halwa, so as per usual I was intrigued.  She explained the process to me verbally and I made it the very next day where 20 odd people tasted and tested it, with a score of over 90/100 and in some cases 100/100! It was such a hit, and the clamouring…

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Main Dishes

Special Kofta (Meatball) Curry

We have been making Kofta (Meatball) curries from the time of the Mughal empire in India, recipes have been evolving over time and there is always a new one around the corner!  My mum is always looking up unique recipes, she found this unusual kofta curry recipe in a magazine and made it for us, was really yummy!  The twist is in the serving! Best eaten with chappatis, naans or bread.…

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Snacks/ Starters

Khatta Bateta (Sour potatoes) Mombasa style

Another of the lovely food memories from my younger days growing up in Mombasa.  The joy of walking home from Mbheni Primary School with friends, passing by hawkers with Achaari, Vitumbua, Sour potatoes near Mbheni Bazaar. Buying these potatoes, served on white paper or newspaper, topped with ghatia, crisps, chutneys, using the finger to lick up the last drop from the paper with not a care about the black ink coming off! I…

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Snacks

Namak Paray (Popat)

When we were growing up in Kenya, our mothers took pride in feeding us and our guests homemade snacks.  Popat as my mum called these, were one of the salty snacks and went down a treat with a cup of tea or ice-cold soda.  Some people know them as namak paray and are available from mithai shops. Cool and enjoy, can be stored in an airtight container for up to…

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Main Dishes

Razia’s Bhuna Chicken

Bhun is a Pakistani cooking technique in which ingredients are fried until the oils separates.  Onions, ginger, garlic, tomatoes and spices are fried in hot oil, until they have formed a paste. It is different from a curry as it is not as runny/liquidy. Hence, it cannot be eat with rice, but is delicious eaten with thin rotis/chappatis.  It is frequently on menus in restaurants in the UK, but is a…

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Accompaniments

Oriental Raw Mango salad

On one of my annual trips to sunny California to visit family I was served this salad the ‘killer’ ingredient is the almost raw mango – mouthwatering.  It has a tangy, sharp and sweet flavour and goes really well with a Thai/Chinese meal or with a bbq, of course we can’t compete with the giant USA steaks they served it with, but it is so simple to make you will be pleasantly…

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Desserts

Nankhatai

This tea-time snack is a cross between a crumbly biscuit/cookie and cake, a good nankhatai is one that crumbles on the tongue, sweet but not too sweet.  This recipe has been handed down from our mum’s, their mums and their mums!   I remember the simplicity, 5 items each of equal proportion!!  Mostly in Kenya the ladies made bulk snacks, so a group of 4 – 7 would congregate at our…

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Main Dishes

Sri Lankan Devilled Chicken

My son went on a holiday to Sri Lanka and couldn’t stop raving about this very frequently served dish in hotels and small establishments.  I remember it from my visit to Sri Lanka where it was cooked by the chef at Sigiri Rock Villa an eco friendly hotel which was a lovely place to stop at.  I spoke to some chefs during my trip and one of them wrote out the…

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Breads

Mahambri

This is a Kenyan coastal/Swahili fried bread.  A true mahambri has to be hollow on the inside for stuffing, slightly crunchy on the outside and not too sweet.  It’s a must have with tea when peckish, is great as an accompaniment to a party spread and is most definitely the best to mop up the coconut rich juices of dishes kuku (chicken) paka, barazi (gongo beans cooked in coconut sauce)…

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Main Dishes

Kuku Paka (Chicken in coconut sauce)

This dish is synonymous with Mombasa – Kenya, it is cooked in many homes by many women and sometimes men, but as with all popular dishes the recipe changes to accommodate differing palates, this is an authentic recipe from my friend who lives in Mombasa and makes my favourite form of kuku paka. Serve with coconut chutney (search website for recipe).…

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Starters

Ketchup Chicken

This is a very easy and convenient recipe taught to us by our cousin Talat who resides in Tullamore, Ireland.  My 14 year old niece in California made this for her family and found it easy to make and yet delicious.…

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Starters

Makai Paka (Corn cobs in coconut sauce)

This dish has connections to the happy years I spent in Mombasa and memories of any and every dish having some ‘tui’ coconut milk added to it. There is makai (corn) paka, kuku (chicken) paka, machi (fish) paka, dhal (lentils) paka etc. The recipe has many versions and was imported to the West, this version is the one Mehrin of Reading uses, has a wonderful rich gravy that is yummy…

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Desserts

Plated Blackberry Trifle

I watched a television show in the UK where Nigella Lawson made this very simple dessert.  My niece made this under my guidance during my trip to USA and I had it posted onto my sabihaskitchen facebook page, following the clamouring for the recipe, here goes.  …

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Starters

Maru’s Bhajia (of Nairobi fame!)

I remember going to River Road with my grandmother especially for a plate of Maru’s (the owner’s name) Bhajia, they would be served freshly fried, with two chutneys, one quite hot (in chillies) the other sour.  Unless you poured lashings of both over the bhajias to soak, you just didn’t enjoy the experience.  Having trained the local Kenyans to run the original shop, the family moved to the UK, where…

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Main Dishes

Chicken Pasta with Coriander

This is an unusual pasta dish with a Pakistani connotation, it can be eaten hot or cold, and is a very suitable and popular item at a high tea or dinner party.  The fresh fragrant green coriander gives it that deeper more startling flavour which keeps people returning for more helpings!…

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Main Dishes

Jalfrezi Chicken

This is a dish with a mix of tastes, I would describe it as Chinese leaning towards the Pakistani palate.  It is quite ‘hot’ in chillies, so feel free to reduce or omit the chillies to your taste. My lovely niece in Dublin, California made this and her plating is so beautiful!…

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Main Dishes

Video > Dhabha chicken comes into it’s own

Chicken Karahi Dhaba Style

My lunchtimes just turned interesting! Ok here is my first ever video production with a recipe – following the successful productions of weddings this summer, i put my best camera smile on! my choice was to have a voice only video without my ageing surat, but the videographer didnt agree, hence simple clothes no surkhi pooder! those of you that havent made chicken dhaba it is one of the most…

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Rice

Pilao with Whole chicken

We have a feast every Ramadan at my friend’s house, this year she made this lovely whole chicken pilao and when the dish arrived at the table, it made quite an impression and the concept to slice the chicken and serve yourself with the rice was very popular!…

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Rice

Fish Pilao

This is a recipe from my mum’s friend who taught us Middle Eastern, Pakistani and Kenyan dishes, you could never visit her and not be fed a whole meal!…

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Accompaniments

Egyptian Mixed Salad

The Chef on our Nile Cruise made this wonderful salad for us and was very forthcoming with his recipe. He even took us to his house to try out stuffed pigeon and salad and his brother actually demonstrated how to eat a whole pigeon in one go without breaking it!…

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Starters

Salt Meat

This recipe was given to me by a lady from Northern Pakistan, I ran into her at one of the Heathrow hotels, we got talking about food and cooking and exchanged a few ideas. This is an unusual and very yummy lamb dish.…

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Main Dishes

Chicken Tikka Masala

This has been voted the most ordered dish in the UK and it was created in England at the request of local customers. There are many versions, some for the indegenous population and some for the authentic palate. The recipe below is a mixture of ideas from England and Kenya!…

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Desserts

Pineoffee Pie

This is an excellent variation to the Banoffee pie. I got the recipe from a friend’s daughter in Lahore, Pakistan. All of the ingredients fuse into each other and produce a wonderfully pleasing dessert.…

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Main Dishes

Special Dhal

I had this for the first time in USA March 2010 where a young girl called Nida had helped lay the table in readiness for a special meal prepared by her mum and this dhal was and wasnot a dhal all in one! Try it and let me know if you agree.…

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Rice

Chicken Biryani (Kenyan Style)

Biryanis are really a meal in one and usually eaten with a full fat plain yoghurt and a good mixed salad. There are many recipes for this very popular dish, my favourite one is from my friend in Nakuru, her hands move so quickly when she is in the kitchen, I have to be quick with my write-ups!…

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Main Dishes

Sri Lankan Coconut Chicken Curry

A few years ago, I had an exchange student from Sir Lanka who could cook really well. This is a lovely, warming dish that we cooked and ate together. Her version was extremely hot but I have reduced the chillie content to how we like it - medium but still enjoyable.…

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Rice

Shahjehani Pilao

Shahjehan was an Indian Moghul Emperor and the rich and intense cuisine is accurately depicted in this lovely rice and boneless chicken dish, served with plenty of freshly chopped coriander and a yoghurt mint sauce.…

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Rice

Maghluba – Chicken & Aubergine Rice

This is a lovely rice dish, demonstrated to me by my sister-in-law from Saudi Arabia. The mastery of the dish is in the ‘wrist’, as there is a mixture of aubergine, onions and spices at the bottom of the pan with the rice cooked on the top. Just before serving, the whole cooked pan is over-turned onto a large rice platter, the saucepan is tapped at the bottom and everything…

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Rice

Kabuli (Qabli) Afghani Pilao

Kabul is the capital of Afghanistan and I had the pleasure of watching a pretty Afghani lady demonstrate the intricacies of this dish in a West London kitchen. There are 4 stages to this dish, each one equally important, but the completed dish is usually served as the main and only dish, sometimes with a potato or aubergine accompaniment. …

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Rice

Plain boiled rice 1

Plain rice is a perfect accompaniment for curry dishes and some meat and vegetable dishes e.g Chicken curry, Lamb or Chicken with potatoes, Lamb and Chicken with spinach etc…

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Breads

Plain puris

Puris are made with unleavened flour and there is an art to get them right. The best puris I have ever had were made for us in Nakuru by my friend’s cook/maid, she brought them fluffed up straight to the dining table and we just couldnt stop eating them.…

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Breads

Naans

Naan making is like making bread, the right dough will produce soft and pliable naans and the more often you make them, the better they get!…

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Accompaniments

Fusion Salad

My aunty has always been ahead of trends, she now makes this wonderful salad which has vegetables, fruit and a sweet and sour dressing. It is not only a healthy combination but has a vibrancy of flavours and colours all brought together by her innovation!…

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Accompaniments

Chillie Sauce

There are a variety of excellent chillie sauces now readily available in most countries. If you would like to make your own, this recipe I learnt in Pakistan is really simple and excellent.…

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Accompaniments

Cucumber Raita

A raita is a dish made with yoghurt. Different items like onion, cucumber, baked aubergine, par-boiled marrow or bundi (see below) can be added. This one is with cucumber, if the chillies are omitted, it can provide the mildness required to compliment a really spicy dish.…

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Accompaniments

Tamarind Chutney

As with a majority of recipes on this website, there is more than one way of making this chutney. This is a recipe from my sister-in-law in Pakistan who serves it with Tandoori chicken and other roasts.…

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Accompaniments

Dried Plum Chutney

This is called alu bukhara (dry plums) chutney in Pakistan and made at weddings on a large scale. I learnt this from my husband’s 75 year old uncle, he actually made it for me and then told me how to do it right!…

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Main Dishes

Aloo Bhurji – Potato bhurji (Narowali style)

My grandma from Narowal – Pakistan used to make this really tasty potato dish.  We have made it many times over in other cities in Pakistan, Kenya and now in the UK.  The outcome depends on the type of potatoes used, for e.g Meru potatoes work best in Kenya, New potatoes or Maris Piper work really well in the UK. It is quite a dry dish and can be eaten cold…

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Starters

Chillie Paneer

Paneer is an Indian cottage cheese, sometimes made at home but more often shop bought. It is easily available in most UK Supermarkets and Indian grocers. My childhood friend in Leicester makes the best Chillie paneer and this is her recipe.…

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Main Dishes

Leg of Lamb Roast

Contrary to popular belief, we do Roasts including Leg of Lamb. As we enjoy the flavour of spices and garlic, we include these in our roasts. Here is a really good recipe from my aunt in Narowal.…

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Main Dishes

Fish Fried Ichra style

This is the recipe for a very popular street fried fish from Ichra Bazaar in Lahore, Pakistan. I spoke to the street vendor about sharing his secret recipe with me, at first he was hesitant, but when I said I would not open up shop next to him, he was very forthcoming!…

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Main Dishes

Fish Karahi

A friend who originates from Kenya shared her family recipe with me during one Ramadan (Annual Muslim month of fasting). I have re-created it and made it many times over as it is very popular. The recipe is slightly complex but is worth the excellent result.…

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Main Dishes

Fish Maryam Masala

This is a recipe that has been in our family in Pakistan and Kenya for quite sometime and has evolved over the years. This is a straightforward version demonstrated to me by my dad’s sister in the United Kingdom.…

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Main Dishes

Fish & Chips

One of my students from my Indian & Pakistani cookery class was a trained UK chef. She shared this excellent fried fish recipe with me, very easy to make and just like shop bought in the United Kingdom!…

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Starters

Fish Kebabs

This is a simple recipe, perfect as a starter, ideal for picnics and excellent as a sandwich filling. It was passed on to me by a Khoji friend from Tanzania.…

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Main Dishes

Chicken Korma

Although in the UK, a korma is a ‘timid’ curry and for those that don’t like hot and spicy food, a korma prepared by a Pakistani or Indian will be a ‘curry’ with sweet spices like cardammom and cream or yoghurt.…

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Main Dishes

Chicken Curry

I would have to begin with the most popular curry in the UK. This is a standard recipe but how it turns out will depend on the authenticity of the spices and how well you prepare the base. Once you master this, you can vary it by adding spinach, potatoes, cauliflower, peas etc.…

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Desserts

Mockunafa

This is a semolina and vermicelli dessert perfect for tea-time or after dinner, I learnt it from a young girl who is very interested in cooking and learning. The dessert is similar to an Arabic dessert named Kunafa, so I have named it Mockunafa.…

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Desserts

Kulfi

For those that love Kulfi and find it difficult to make, here is a simple and straightforward recipe from my sister-in-law in USA.…

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Desserts

Gajarela

This is a frequently made dessert in Indian and Pakistani homes and it is difficult to estimate ingredients. My sister-in-law who lives in Milpitas has worked out the following measure with perfect results every time.…

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Desserts

Falooda

This is a very popular milk based refreshing milkshake dessert contain a variety of different flavours. The version served in East African restaurants differs from the one served in Pakistani restaurants. This one originates from Kenya.…

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Desserts

Bread Halwa

When we were growing up in Kenya, my mum was always finding innovative ways to use up leftovers. She often made this halwa with left-over bread and thick bread ends that none of us wanted to eat.…

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