Author Archives: Christina

A Quick & Easy Weeknight Win: Chicken Bhuna Masala

Chicken Bhuna Masala is an Indian style stir fry of chicken chunks in a deliciously thick and intensely flavorful bhuna masala (translates to “stir-fry sauce”). It is made with a few basic ingredients and is well-spiced with moderate heat.  It is perfect with some soft and warm rotis or naans and also goes well with […]

Basundi – A Milk based Indian Dessert

Basundi – A Milk based Indian Dessert

What is Basundi Don’t you agree that nearly every Indian has a sweet tooth? No wonder we have so many varieties of desserts in our cuisine. Talking about desserts, dairy is a key ingredient in most Indian desserts. It is very difficult to imagine Indian sweets without milk, ghee, paneer, or khoya.  Most traditional desserts […]

Delicious Chocolate Mini Cakes in Heart Shapes

This is a simple recipe for delicious chocolate mini cakes with Greek Yoghurt, perfect to use with the GitaDini silicone 4-1 kitchen molds. For this recipe we’re using the heart-shaped mold and the half-moon-shaped mold. Apart from baking, these molds can also be used for chilling, freezing and steaming.

Garam Masala

A lot of Indian dishes starts with whole spices tempered in hot oil and ends with a sprinkle of Garam Masala. Making Garam Masala at home is easy and a homemade garam masala is the key to any flavorful Indian curry. Kankana, the wonderful author and incredibely talented photographer behind the Indian Food Blog Playful Cooking, put […]

Bengali Aloo Dum (Spiced Baby Potatoes)

We have recently teamed up with the wonderful Kankana from the blog Playful Cooking for a giveaway to celebrate the launch of her beutiful new cookbook called “Taste of Eastern India”. The cookbook is a celebration of her love of Bengali food, the food she grew up with as a child, the food her grandmother […]

Roasted Veg and Walnut Soup

The lovely Shradha who is the author of Shredible Food used the GitaDini Saucepan to make a delicious Roasted Veg and Walnut Soup. She says:  Winter is the official ‘soup’ season. Soup, blankets, socks, books and more soup! Especially, the kind that requires not much effort. Simple ingredients, if treated right, can create flavorsome magic! What better than […]

Lauki Ki Kheer

Lauki Ki Kheer

This summer we were introduced to a great Indian food blog called Fun Food and Frolic. The author behind the blog is Hina Gujral, a food blogger, food photographer & stylist and freelance food consultant based in India. We asked Hina if she would be interested in testing one of our products – so far we’ve […]