Skip to main content

Seafood with a Bollywood Twist

This is one of those dishes that you just set and let cook. Slow simmering for about 2 1/2 hours, and the calamari will become as tender as butter.

Slow Simmered in Spinach Ricotta Sauce
Calamari in Spinach Sauce
When making this dish , add the ricotta to the sauce towards the end , and in modest quantities.  A pinch or two of ground coriander provides  hint of unknown mystery to your palate.

Any crisp white wine will work with this . Pour  yourself a  Sauvignon Blanc with dish, you can't go wrong.

Salute !


  1. Wow, this looks great! This recipe is a keeper. Wonderful blog!!

    1. Mediterranean , with slight Indian influence... Glad you liked it.. There are a few more like this.. wait til you see my nihari or salmon curry recipes Cheers.


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

My Calabria

Yesterday , was one of those days where I just needed to recoup from a very intense stretch consulting work. Longer days than usual, and lots of New York Metro pressure than I would like on a daily basis. So,  with the weatherman telling me that we would have some fairly nice outlooks for this weekend,  I decided to spend less time playing with my computers. My plans included included resuming and catching up with some of my blogging.. You've seen some of that already . But my highlight for the day  was for me and my Queen to head down to Chinatown in NYC.  Our plans: do some food shopping , correction some "window" food shopping and course,  just take in as much we could of the Chinatown scene. Given that Little Italy is also right next door to Chinatown, we would stop there too. If you do not know, Manhattan's Chinatown  nowadays contently fuses with it's Italian neighbors.  Great combo, isn't it ? I sure do think so.

The plan worked out. So do read on.

I s…

Paella Experimentation

There are times that I love to experiment just to kill away the boredom. And I get to play the culinary Guinea Pig. Yummy

Here are some plays on Paella

This was made with Brown Rice, Very different way to cook.  Grouper Filet , who would have thought, was made part of the recipe.

Got Mozza ?