East Indian Corned tongue or Salted Ox Tongue Recipe

That's how the tongue looks up close - Pic by Abby from TheWingedFork

So the East Indians of Bombay in Indian or should I say Mumbai eat tongue as a delicacy for parties and events and birthdays and weddings. Anyways, apart from the regular East Indian beef tongue roast recipe, there’s also the East Indian corned tongue or East Indian salted tongue that everyone loves. So here’s how … Read more East Indian Corned tongue or Salted Ox Tongue Recipe

Spicy East Indian Pork Vindaloo Recipe

Lush spicy pork Vindaloo - Pic by Abby from TheWingedFork

The traditional East Indian Port Vindaloo tastes as glorious as the East Indian pork sorpotel, or even more so! The blend of chillies and other East Indian masalas makes your mouth water, literally! And it is served with as much pomp as the corned tongue or any other precious East Indian dish. Want to try … Read more Spicy East Indian Pork Vindaloo Recipe

Gluten Free Meaty Spicy Corn Muffins

Corn Muffins are ready for serving - Pic by Abby from TheWingedFork

I’ve always loved eating sweet corn muffins. They’re delicious and have a grainy but smooth texture all in one. So one day back in July 2014 I figured why not make savory corn muffins? I mean, since dad has diabetes, it’s better to make savory than sweet, right? Because there’s really no keeping him away … Read more Gluten Free Meaty Spicy Corn Muffins

Mom’s Easy Chicken Soup Recipe (Gluten Free)

Enjoy your soup and toast - Pic by Abby from TheWingedFork

The monsoon and winter come around and it’s time for flus and colds. But it’s also time for some chicken soup for the soul. Or that’s what we call it. Why chicken soup? Mom’s easy homemade chicken soup provides that instant relief from the weather’s vagaries. Mom’s creamy yet healthy chicken soup gets us bouncing … Read more Mom’s Easy Chicken Soup Recipe (Gluten Free)

Special East Indian Chicken Tope Recipe

The traditional East Indian chicken tope is the perfect food for picnics

East Indian Tope, a marriage of our Portuguese cultural inheritance with our Maharashtrian Indian roots. It’s the perfect all in one meal at any time. In continuing with the East Indian Series, Sarah from TheWingedFork talks about cooking this yummy recipe. It was my turn to help mom in the kitchen yesterday, and we were … Read more Special East Indian Chicken Tope Recipe

Cooking up a Sorpotel Pav : East Indian Series

About Sorpotel or Sarapatel Sorpotel or Sarpatel or Sarapatel, the dish that makes mouths water anywhere it’s served, no matter how you spell it. And as we always say, our East Indian version tastes ten times better than the Goan version of this age old traditional Portuguese recipe. Wink wink! Today, the versatile Jude Fernandes, … Read more Cooking up a Sorpotel Pav : East Indian Series

Of Vajri Curries and Trotters Khudi: East Indians?

The culture and food traditions of Bombay's indigenous East Indian Christians

East Indians? My community is disappearing. What once was a thriving community in the heart of Bombay is now vanishing; and with it, all our traditions and culture. In a city of 22 million people, there are hardly 5 lakh East Indians left. Or was that 5 lakh across the globe? The salt on the … Read more Of Vajri Curries and Trotters Khudi: East Indians?

Majorcan Paella Mixtas: A lazy Sunday lunch with a traditional feast

Paella Mixtas - TheWingedFork

A lunch invitation We’re renting James and Antonia’s place in Inca in Mallorca aka Majorca for a few weeks this summer. It’s lovely, the rustic and the modern merging into a beautiful new character. I love the feel of being so far away from the town of Inca, even though it’s just on the other side of the … Read more Majorcan Paella Mixtas: A lazy Sunday lunch with a traditional feast

Enchiladas: A Taste of Home and a bit of Spice

Sara's-enchiladas - TheWingedFork

I live in the United Kingdom and to be brutally honest, their food is not the best. They tend to lack the flavour that South Americans are used to. Most of the meals I tasted after moving to the country have been a bit bland to the taste. Even though I’ve been living here for … Read more Enchiladas: A Taste of Home and a bit of Spice

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