Recipe: Tamatar Ki Chutney | Tomato Chutney with Prunes and Apricots

Recipe: Tamatar Ki Chutney | Tomato chutney with Prunes and Apricots

This post contains Amazon affiliate links. I hope you enjoyed reading my review of Asma Khan’s first cookery book, Asma’s Indian Kitchen. The book reflects Asma’s personal cooking heritage, and the food she has been sharing with thankful Londoners. Publishers, Pavilion have given permission for us to share three recipes from Asma’s book with you. Hyderabadi Tamatar Ka ... Read more »

Giveaway: Asma’s Indian Kitchen Cookbook

Asma's Indian Kitchen | A Cookery Book from the Creator of Darjeeling Express

This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Read my review of Asma’s Indian Kitchen published Pavilion, and available on Amazon. Enter our giveaway below to win your own copy! GIVEAWAY We have three copies of Asma’s Indian Kitchen to giveaway to readers of Kavey Eats. The prizes include delivery to a UK address. HOW TO ENTER Leave a comment below, telling ... Read more »

My Mum is a Keema Nan!

For the last few months, mum and I have been keeping a little secret! Together, we’ve been working with Simply Beef and Lamb on their latest campaign to remind the British consumer how delicious, affordable and versatile lamb is through the delicious Indian dish, keema. The keema nans! Mamta and Pervin Mum (who is the ... Read more »

A Taste For… Garam Masala

Mamta's Garam Masala on Kavey Eats

When cooks from the Indian subcontinent talk of garam masala, they talk of whole or ground. In his seminal and encyclopaedic book, McGee on Food and Cooking, Harold McGee explains that a greater surface area (from cracking or grinding spices) allows flavour molecules to escape more rapidly into the dish. This is why whole spices ... Read more »