is recipe is very simple to make and a very tasty and spicy dish for fish lovers. Basa Fillets are easily available in most Indian and Bangladeshi stores across Lakemba. One kilo fish is good size for cooking and can be sliced into 6-8 pieces making a decent serving for up to 3 people.  

Here is a great recipe for meat lovers. You can either use lamb or beef mince. Here are the steps to prepare this amazing recipe. The meatballs are cooked in a sauce prepared with a number of Indian spices. 

Here is a very easy-to-make recipe for beef lovers. You can use a various mix of vegetables depending on the season and your liking. This recipe can also be used for chicken and lamb.

Eggplant Pakora Dish

 

Eggplant Pakora is one of my favourite snacks, which is very easy to prepare. It is a very healthy snack and suitable for diabetics as the Pakoras are prepared with gram powder (besan). A mix of spices including cumin and carrom seeds add digestive qualities to this tasty snack. 

This is a pretty simple recipe for quick cooking if you are short on time. This recipe is ideal for pasta lovers. You do not need to buy a pre-made sauce off the shelf. Just prepare your own sauce with fresh cream and some very basic ingredients.

Here is another very interesting recipe from my kitchen. This recipe goes well with rice as well as Chapati (Indian baked bread). The cooking time is 45 minutes. This recipe can be used with a number of other seasonal vegetables like turnip, eggplant, potatoes, gourd or green vegetables. I used this recipe quite often and substitute beef with goat meat, chicken or lamb for change. This cooking style is ideal if you like a little bit of sauce (gravy) in your food. 

Samosas are popular Indian &Pakistani snack eaten normally in between meals. Samosas also make a popular Iftar food and are commonly accompanied by Pakoras and other deep-fried delicacies. 

Okra is one of my favourite vegetables and can be cooked by itself or mixed with meat of your choice. The Okra can be cooked in many ways. I like it to be cooked in a spicy curry masala.