The weekend before last, I had my long awaited bridal shower, put together by my lovely family.
How could I possibly make a Shan Masala Karahi recipe post without including my absolute favourite, tried and tested: Chicken Karahi? It's because I saved the best for last, of course.
Aria Ristorante is an Italian restaurant located right beside Union Station, which makes it a convenient visit for anyone who works or lives in Toronto. I went there for the first time this Winter, and I was very impressed.
Apollo Bakery & Grill is a Middle Eastern restaurant located near the Dixie & Eglinton area of Mississauga.
I love Congee Queen. This is one of those spots that's always busy, and for very good reason. Their food is consistently delicious, and it is served at a quick and efficient pace by a well-trained staff. Even though the meat here is not halal, there are enough seafood and vegetarian options that you definitely won't feel like you're missing out.
Church Bistro is a modern halal/organic brunch and dinner restaurant serving its classic menu items with a South Asian flare.
In this post I discuss how I use Shan Masala's Karahi mix to make Shrimp Karahi. If you notice, they don't have seafood in their instruction list, but I can guarantee you that shrimp tastes amazing with this seasoning regardless.
Masala Scrambled Eggs are more or less a twist on my mom's recipe for khageena that has many other identities like anda keema/anday ka salan, and can be made in a myriad of different ways to match.
After all the drool-worthy pictures on Instagram and the raving reviews my friends had about this place and its authenticity, I was convinced I had to give East Tea Can a shot.
Cluck Clucks is a halal chicken and waffles restaurant located in downtown Toronto.