Instant Pot Carrot Halwa | Gajar Ka Halwa

  The story of Carrot Halwa Carrot Halwa is an Indian dessert made using carrots, milk and sugar. There are plenty of variations, that use other vegetables,fruits and nuts as a base. Due to its bright color it is tremendously eye catching, like a traffic cone, albeit, much tastier! Its a common fixture in many Indian restaurant buffets/menus, due to its popularity. Yet Carrot Halwa … Continue reading Instant Pot Carrot Halwa | Gajar Ka Halwa

Instant Pot Dal Makhani | Buttery Madras Lentils

Ingredients: 1 cup whole Urad dal/Black Matpe Bean 2 cups of Heavy Whipping cream 1 tbsp ginger garlic paste 3 cloves of garlic chopped 2 tbsp red chili powder 1 tbsp Coriander powder 1 tbsp Garam masala 1 tsp Turmeric powder 4 tbsp Butter /Half a stick Asafetida (optional) 2 tomatoes finely chopped Cilantro leaves, chopped Half an onion chopped Salt, as per taste Directions: … Continue reading Instant Pot Dal Makhani | Buttery Madras Lentils

Instant Pot Indian Chicken Green Masala | Goan Chicken Cafreal

The Story behind Chicken Green Masala This dish, Chicken Green Masala is a riff on the popular Goan dish, “Chicken Cafrèal” or “Galina Cafrèal”. Chicken Cafrèal was introduced to India by the Portugese, who occupied Western parts of India in the 16th Century and used it as a spice trading hub. ’Cafrèal’ is a Portugese word for ‘the african way’. The Portugese bought chili peppers … Continue reading Instant Pot Indian Chicken Green Masala | Goan Chicken Cafreal

Instant Pot Indian Style Tea | Zero Baby-sitting Masala Chai

Ironically, one of the things that unites secular diverse India, the land of a hundred languages is a remnant of Imperial British rule;Indian Style Tea The story of this tea is that in the 1800s, the Brits loved their tea but didn’t like the fact that they had to import it from China, which had a monopoly on the tea market. The British realized that … Continue reading Instant Pot Indian Style Tea | Zero Baby-sitting Masala Chai