Our word of the day is Roti [row dee] Roti is a round, unleavened flatbread made from wholemeal flour, also known as chapati. Try a side of Roti in place of naan for your next meal for something a little […]
Our word of the day is Raita [ry tuh] Raita is a condiment often used to cool the palate, raita is a yogurt-based sauce, most often paired with cucumber, coriander, mint, or carrot. Try adding a side of raita the […]
Our word of the day is Papadum/Papad [pa puh duhm] Papadum are thin, crisp wafers made from lentil or chickpea flour, fried or cooked with dry heat. They are typically served at the beginning of a meal, with chutney or […]
Our word of the day is Paneer [pah near] Paneer is a non-melting fresh cheese made by curdling heated milk with lemon juice until the cheese curds are separated from the whey. It is then compressed until solid and cubed […]
Our word of the day is Naan [nahn] Naan is a pita-like flatbread, leavened and baked in a tandoori oven. It is often triangular in shape and brushed with butter, with crispy spots where bubbles form in the hot clay […]
Our word of the day is Murgh [moorg] Murgh is the Hindi word for chicken, most often seen in murgh makhani (butter chicken), murgh tikka masala (chicken in a tomato-coconut cream sauce), or murgh korma (curry chicken).