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Cooking With Sukhi  Masterchef contestant|foodie| recipes|food consultant! All my pics! #cookingsukhi Work, invites and collaborations email ✉️ info@cookingwithsukhi.com


Last night I decided I needed to indulge but I also thought how to make a replica minus the calories! My recipe is identical to my pilot video on You tube but with two changes which are:
1. Add no butter
2. Replace the the cream for 4 tablespoons of low fat creme fraiche

Obviously it doesn’t taste identical to the buttery and creamy authentic version but this healthier version could really give the original a run for its money! The sauce was just as creamy and nobody in my family commented that it seemed different! So a perfect result! Less calories than before and no compromise in flavour! Butter(less) chicken masala for everyone who’s working on their summer bodies 2018!

I just woke up from my nap and realised I forgot to post on @instagram This meal was the cause of my nap and I have no idea why after eating aloo paratha’s I get drowsy! Does anyone else suffer from PPS (Post Paratha Sleep)?? 😂😂😂

Is this restaurant food or made by Sukhi? Lunch today consisted of- spice infused cod and salmon kebabs with a honey sweetened mint yoghurt and a carrot, coriander and roasted cumin salad! It’s healthy, it’s delicious and most of all it’s easy to make!! I love Indian food and love the fact with a bit of effort I can still enjoy it and watch the weight on occasions! Hope you’re all having a wonderful weekend!! Work complete now it’s time to relax!!

When you pack your own tiffin for work but your staff eat it as soon as you take it to work! Today’s lunch would have been: plain paratha’s, puy lentil dhal, archari chicken and a chopped salad, but I’m now going home to have lunch! What’s on the menu for your lunch today???

Tariwala chicken is not seen on restaurant menus very often, but it is the highlight in an Indian’s kitchen and we grew up eating it.
I learnt the recipe from my dad, who was a master at making this dish. In fact, I have fond memories of him cooking a huge batch whenever he’d host a drinks party with his friends, where they would all eat bowls full of it whilst drinking whisky.
The dish worked well then and it most certainly holds its magical appeal today, although my version uses ingredients you tend to have in your pantry as whole spices weren’t readily available when my parents first moved to England.
So give my chicken curry a try – you just might end up creating some happy memories of your own.

Healthy breakfast/lunch/dinner??
Quick Instagram recipe:

1. Separate two egg whites- (keep the yolks and make custard to fatten your family and friends)
2. Whisk the egg whites until they’re frothy with lots of bubbles
3. Add chopped mushrooms, green chillies, sliced red onions, ham/turkey ham and a pinch of garam masala
4. Add a teaspoon of oil into a saucepan and add two sliced garlic cloves
5. Once they start turning golden add a tin of chopped tomatoes and bring to a simmer
6. Season with salt and freshly cracked black pepper (fresh basil or oregano)
6. Lightly spray a fry pan with low calorie oil spray
7. Add the egg mixture and cook for 2 minutes, flip and cook for a further two minutes on a medium heat!
Boom! Serve with the tomatoes, healthy meal!!

Sunday gardening done- Now time for some chaat and a chat with the family! Weekend catch up over homemade chaat and a piping hot cup of tea! Chaat served in traditional leaf bowls! Potato, red onions, tomatoes, green chillies, fine sev, roasted peanuts, puffed rice, mint chutney, tamarind sauce and generous handful of chopped coriander! The combination of sweet, sour, spicy and salty is like a colourful dance on the palette! Chaat done now let’s start some recipe planning for the coming week!! www.cookingwithsukhi.com

HAPPY LOHRI to all the @cooking_with_sukhi family!!! What is Lohri?? Lohri is a popular winter time Punjabi folk festival, celebrated primarily by Sikhs and Hindus from the Punjab region of Indian subcontinent. The significance and legends about the Lohri festival are many and these link the festival to the Punjab region. Many people believe the festival commemorates the passing of the winter solstice. Lohri marks the end of winter season, and is a traditional welcome of longer days and sun's journey to the northern hemisphere by Sikhs and Hindus in the Punjab region! Saag is ready for the lohri party tonight and the fire is getting stacked! Wishing you all a fantabulous Lohri 2018!! www.cookingwithsukhi.com

I throughly enjoyed my time in Kerala and tasting the local cuisine was a delight on the palette! Mustard seeds, fennel seeds, coconut oil, dried red chillies and fresh curry leaves are a few of the ingredients which are prominent in my version of the traditional chicken roast in Kerala but in reality it’s not roasted in the oven! Kerala was one the first places I visited in India and instantly regretted not visiting it before on many, many trips to India! This was just a play around practise to see if I’d managed to pull the flavours together and obviously adding my twist to it! I tried it out on some of my family and thumbs up- approved to go into the development kitchen! I hope you all have a great weekend and remember to cook saag tomorrow it’s lohri!!

What do we have here??? Come on Cooking with Sukhi family I’m sure you should know what this artistically designed batter cooked in ghee and then dipped in a sugar syrup! No prize- just for fun!! 😂😂 www.cookingwithsukhi.com

When you decide to throw in some extra turmeric knowing it has great healing properties and the curcumin which in theory helps fight cancer! So could I say this is medicine?? Sorry Mary Poppins no spoonful of sugar required here!! www.cookingwithsukhi.com

The aroma from the chula (outdoor clay cooker) let’s the neighbours know you’re cooking! The smoke created penetrates your clothes as you sit eagerly waiting for the piping hot roti- you try and get close to the fire as it keeps you warm in these wintery, foggy days in Punjab, but then your roti finishes and grandma would move you along for the next person in her next to get warm and have roti! Made by her aged hands, which were proud of the hard work they have done keeping this family intact! One of the most strongest, kind, generous and courageous women I’ve met! Her journey ended here a long time ago but her chula probably made by herself sits there proudly reminding me how lucky I was in life to have met the matriarch of a family she was so proud of! Punjab has a piece of my heart and credit goes to my parents for taking us there so many times!! www.cookingwithsukhi.com

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