List of Recipes

Welcome to the Khojicook blog. Below is a list of recipes that are available on the blog (A-Z).  To view the recipes posted by date please visit the blog roll.

Latest recipe: Mandazi/Mahambri

A

Aakhi Dar nu Saag (Split Yellow Pea Curry)

Split Yellow Pea Curry
Split Yellow Pea Curry

B

Badam nu Siro/Almond Breakfast Halwa

Badam Siro/Almond Halwa
Badam Siro/Almond Halwa

Baked Tilapia

Baked Tilapia
Baked Tilapia

Baked Burgers

Baked Burgers

Bateta nu Saag (Tangy Potato Curry)

Tangy Potato Curry
Tangy Potato Curry

Bateta Vara (Spiced Potato Fritters)

Bateta Wara
Bateta Wara

Bhaji nu Saag (Spinach Curry)

Spinach Curry
Spinach Curry
Bhajia (Savory Potato, Cabbage & Onion Fritters)

Bharazi
Bhajia

Bharazi (Pigeon peas in Savory Coconut Sauce)

Bharazi
Bharazi

Bhinda ne Bateta Tarela (Okra and Potato Fry)

Okra and Potato Fry
Okra and Potato Fry

 C

 Calzones-Khoja Style

Stuffed Lunch Pockets
Stuffed Lunch Pockets
 Channa Bateta (Tangy Chickpea and Potato Curry)
 Chicken Kebabs
 Chilli Paneer with Zucchini

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45 Comments Add yours

  1. Nishat says:

    You are doing such a fantastic job!!!!! Keep up the good work

  2. salma says:

    Great recipes… do you have a printed book for us to follow?

    1. khojicook says:

      Thanks! A book is in the works! Will let u knw when i print!

  3. rossy says:

    Its really nice, but all those who are making efforts for posting recipies also try to put recipies which can be cooked on a MICROWAVE as well. Thanks

  4. Abdul says:

    You talking to a khoji cook, Rossy…we use Sufuriyas and karais for our cooking, never a microwave! We use microwaves solely for warming or heating up the already cooked food. I am sure there are microwave cooking cookbooks out there, but this ain’t the place for it.
    : )

  5. Azmina says:

    Great recipes thank you – do you have the recipe for gubbit?

    1. khojicook says:

      I’ve asked our users for it. If it does get submitted, I will post it on the website :)

  6. Azmina says:

    Thank youi

  7. FTS says:

    wah maja aawi gay.Roj navu new randhwano problem solve. Thank u very much.

  8. Roshan jivraj says:

    Excellent accomishment. I hope I will be able to try some of these dishes with your improved version. Congrats on your brilliant endeavor.

    1. khojicook says:

      Thank you for the encouragement. If you have any recipes to share, I can post them.. I’m sure there are plenty of people looking for recipes that are not online yet :)

  9. yasmeen says:

    do have the recipe of the famous china grass pudding called faluda?

  10. Vali Jamal says:

    Congratulations on a wonderful accomplishment to preserve not just our cuisine but our way of life, because you are what you eat, something very important to do as we are dispersed all over the world and do not have the luxury of house help to do the kap-kut. In some cases even the authentic ingredients are missing. Given that and given the fact that our ladies got on the job market even before our menfolk, short-cuts were innovated. A cookbook such as this has the noble objective of preserving our traditional recipes but given the above contexts it would not be sacrilegious (sacreligious?!!) to also give short cuts with the appropriate recipe. One of the short cuts our ladies devised was to serve the biryani separate as rice and a thick curry, instead of layering the two. I think that was unnecessary. I don’t think anyone does the dhoongar anymore. Some dishes I am sure could be cooked in the micro – ondhwo, dhokra – and I think a modern-day cookbook should be willing to accommodate that. We used to cook on the sigiri and some of our community in UK do so still, swearing that the food tastes different. I live back in Uganda again and my cooking is done on the sigiri and I think the food does taste different – better – that way, but in the West micro it often has to be. A cookbook should also go into the origins of our foods and how we East African Asians incorporated African ingredients in our cooking and how Africans modified their cooking because of us. I haven’t seen the whole book so some of my comments may be irrelevant.

    1. khojicook says:

      Hello!
      Thank you for taking the time to comment on the website. I am glad that you do see the point of the website, I am trying to keep our traditions from east africa alive, just as many other cooks are too.. I am targeting the new cooks who find traditional recipes intimidating and time consuming. I hope in the future to provide context to the origin of our foods, but honestly I have no idea where to begin the research since I left Africa in my teens. We are not yet a book, but inshallah in the future..

  11. Pratap D. Madhvani says:

    Excellent collections. Must try them …

  12. Zinat Bhatia says:

    Good recipes , let us have some more, e.g. sheekh kebab, other meat and fish dishes – gajjar halwa exactly like the way pakistani’s make them – have tried it at almost every place but no good – had tasted it in
    Calgary at a Pakistani’s restaurant and it was delecious.

  13. Zinat Bhatia says:

    pls read my comments above and send more recipies. Keep it up

  14. Errol De Souza says:

    I would like to make those famous Samosas,as was only available in
    Kampala made by Khoja’s.

  15. Yasmin Dossa says:

    I read your book its very good and informative. I love cooking. I have passion for cooking. Keep the good work.

  16. Pradyuman Joshi says:

    A very good collection of E A Indian dishes, prepared the Ismaili-way. It’s great accomplishment on your part to compile the various dishes, their ingredients and how to make them – step by step. Thanks for sharing them with us. With kind regards.

  17. Bashir says:

    I love biryani in any shape deed or form. Although Persian in origin, Ismailis and our brethren, the Bohras, perfected the art of making biryani. Fellow readers, please submit your recipes.

  18. Naziro says:

    I am from madagascar and love our khoja fashion recipes ! Really great work ! I an enjoying a lot ! Keep up this wonderfull work !

  19. Neena says:

    Do you a recipe for vermicelli pak? (Sevpak). Thanks

  20. munira says:

    I liked receipy

  21. Zulfikar says:

    This is amazing, book published yet?

    1. khojicook says:

      We haven’t reached that stage :)

  22. Amazing! You have completed the whole alphabet of our East African
    cooking! Bravo and keep it up! Somebody asked for China Grass Faluda recipe in this blog. Please refer to my cook book “Flavors of India & Africa” and check Agar Agar dessert. This is our E.African Faluda recipe. This book is available at Amazon.Com Also check my Website Khatoonskitchen.com Thanks
    Khatoon Gulamani.

    1. khojicook says:

      I’ve added a link your website, and posted your book on my resources page:

      https://khojicook.wordpress.com/resources/

  23. Amber Raza says:

    Thank you for some wonderful recipes.
    Do you have a recipe for mahamri?
    Thanks,

  24. heena says:

    Do u have the recipe called kharo gosh…bohra speciality..?

  25. Azmiina says:

    Awesome Excellent Recipes,Thanks For Sharing,ASANTE SANA

  26. Waheeda says:

    Do u have the receipe for Njugu(peanut) cake

    1. khojicook says:

      Chachia kitchen has it. I dont generally repeat recipes that are on the web unless my recipe differs significantly.

  27. Arif says:

    Thank you for sharing these recipes memories of my mom’s cooking

    Did you post the optional way to makes bhinda saag without frying?

    Thanks again

    1. khojicook says:

      Thanks for stopping by. Havent posted that recipe, but basically you stirfy the bhinda before hand in a little oil till its cooked and its not sticky at all. You boil the potato The tomato mix stays the same.

  28. Masoomah Salim says:

    Salaams,
    Ramadan Kareem sisters,

    I would like someone to share a beef filling one that be used in buns or in sandwiches. I do have my own recipe but i always like to try out other recipes.

    Thanks. With duas
    Masoomah

  29. Sukaina Sachedina says:

    I have a few of your receipes so far and thank you so much because everyone has just loved them. This site now is my most favourite one as i come on to see what new dishes i could learn and impress my family with.

    1. khojicook says:

      Thank you sukaina for your kind words? Where are you writing from? Which recipes have you tried?

  30. Zulfikar says:

    Hi!

    Can you do a proper khoja biryani please!
    and the dry big orange gujrati laddu’s!
    and badam sharbat?!

    Thank you

    1. khojicook says:

      Inshallah have added to my list.

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