Travelling and food have been my passion over the last fifteen years. With a strong interest in cooking and experimenting with new dishes, I have combined my travel foodie information with my cooking ideas.
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.
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.
With increasing awareness about the health benefits of daily consumption of nuts, the average consumption of nuts has increased tremendously in more developed countries. Obesity, heart conditions, hair loss and diabetes are becoming global diseases. In order to enjoy a healthy living use of nuts in absolutely essential and a low-cost solution to enjoy a great lifestyle and good health.
Pakistani food is fast becoming popular in Australia and certainly has made its way to the Western palate in UK, Europe and the United States. With an increasing number of Pakistanis settling across the World, Pakistani food is becoming a household thing. Most people consider Indian and Pakistani as the same food.