Chicken Methi curry

Have you recently been into Bindi and tried one of our new curries, ( not new to Indian cusine but new to our restaurant) it's our Chicken Methi (chicken with Fenugreek).  It is made from succulent pieces of chicken breast served in a spiced tomato and feugreek sauce.

It is not only delicious but vert very healthy.  What many people don't  know is that fenugreek is one of the very ancient superfoods.  An Indian household cannot do without methi or fenugreek seeds and leaves. It is used in almost every Indian preparation.  But what you might not also know is that methi or fenugreek is a rich reservoir of medicinal properties that imparts many health benefits. Here are 15 reasons why you should include methi n your diet more often.

Dosa

Dosa is a fermented crepe or pancake made from rice batter and black lentils.  It is a staple dish in the South of Indiia.  In the South of India Dosa is commonly eaten as breakfast dish.  Dosa can also be found in the North of India  here it is most commonly served either as a lunch or evening dish.

The most traditional types of Dosas are; Masala Dosa, Rawa Dosa and Paper Dosa.

The Masala Dosa is fine and crispy crepe made from a mixture of rice and lentil flour filled with a spicy mixture of potatoes and onions.  This is served with a daal made from lentils and vegetables and a yoghurt and coconut chutney.

Paper Dosa is the same as a Masala Dosa but it is served without the filling and eaten with the daal amd yoghurt.

Rawa Dosa once again similar to the Masala Dosa but made with coarse semolina flour so giving the dosa a different consistency.

Nowadays Dosas are served with many different fillings such as meat, chicken cheese etc......

Bindi is the only restaurant in the Baleares where one can try this very special and extremely tasty dish. 

We have a trained chef with the many years of experience in making Dosas.  Dosa is a dish that requires skill and patience......




Our Chilli paneer

During our trip to India we came across an amazing restaurant, which soon became our favourite, in Agonda Beach, South Goa called Fatimas Corner.

On the first day we arrived we decided to try their version of Chilli paneer to compare with ours. Well what can I say, it was simply delicious, slightly different to ours.  We asked the kitchen if we could come back the following day to learn how to make their version to take back to Bindi with us.