Indian Inspired Dishes With Gordon Ramsay




My Cooking Story

For those not used to cooking and for those who are bad at this, please know, the keys to being better (even in the kitchen) is asking and trying. Ask for help when stuck or ignorant from those who have gone farther than you in your field of interest and keep on trying to be better as today’s great men (or Chefs) used to be little boys (or bad cooks). Also know that there is no one way to do things. Meals are basically edible products of one’s imagination. Tweak it a little here and there, and get something different from the norm

How to Make Indian Burritos

I have lived in the US for 12 years (I live in Europe now) and during my stay, I have indulged myself to spicy and some delicious Mexican dishes that really satisfied my taste buds and since I come from the Indian subcontinent (countries that include India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and the Maldives), some of the dishes have a similar version where I come from. The fact is that I love cooking and enjoy trying out dishes from other countries and also blending them in with Indian style dishes which I find it as a creative thing to do.

Eating Fresh Flowers – Wait, What? How?

Modern and traditional culinaries will agree that the power of blooms is never limited to decorations. They add aroma and taste that only these flowers can produce. Step up your cooking game by using fresh flowers on your next gastronomic project.

Why Making Bread Doesn’t Need to Be Scary

The thought of making bread yourself is terrifying for many people. However, it is actually a lot easier than people think!

Food Garnishing Tips and Decoration Ideas

Garnishing and decorating of food is great way to make your party one that others enjoy. Learn some food garnishing tips and decoration ideas.

Make Hard Boiled Eggs

Do you enjoy a hard boiled egg as much as I do? I cook up about a dozen eggs almost every week. I have one for lunch four to five days a week.

Get Cooking – Tips and Recipes for Fast Weeknight Meals

Let’s Get Cooking! Here are a few cooking tips and tricks to help you get a tasty meal on the table in no time and feel good about what everyone is eating.

Make Some Great No Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

I love to be in the kitchen, maybe because I don’t get enough time in there, but regardless when I have the chance, I get in there and bake or make cookies for my grandchildren, cook dinner for my kids or prepare some tasty treat for my co-workers. It gives me great pleasure to spend time in the kitchen because I know that many will enjoy the outcome of my time there. Of all of the tasty treats that I will make or bake, the one that seems to get the most comments and compliments is…

What To Do When You Don’t Like Chia Pudding

What should you do when you don’t like chia pudding? Don’t let food blogs fool you, this super seed has way more uses than interestingly textured pudding. Learn the 5 most popular uses, tips, and benefits in this article and you’ll be on your way to healthier food and more options.

Tips on Storing Food in Your Fridge Correctly

If you have left home for the first time and set up in your very own home or apartment, you might be a little confused about how to store food correctly in your fridge and many of you might not even know that proper storage can actually help to reduce the risks of getting food poisoning. It is always wise to try and learn about food storage practices as a bad case of food poisoning can be extremely bad for your health and could even possibly cause death.

What’s More Dangerous, A Sharp Knife or a Dull Knife?

If you cook, it’s a safe bet you have a set of knives. Keep reading for some more information on how to choose, take care of, and store your knives so that you can get the most out of them!

8 Quick Things to Remember When Microwave Cooking

Interested in making quick and easy dishes using your microwave? Here are 8 quick things to keep in mind when microwave cooking that will make your life easier!

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