Rajma Bean burgers

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Rajma is a classic North IndianΒ entrΓ©. Served with basmati rice, yogurt, pappadum, salad and achar, it’s the kind of Sunday meal that ends in a dream, literally! Considering our love for rajma, I… Continue reading

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Chickpea & Chicken Tajine

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  Tajine is a way of cooking that gets its name from the earthenware utensil used to cook it. This style of cooking is popular in northern Africa, especially Morocco and you will… Continue reading

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Chaat hors d’oeuvres

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Why call it chaat hors d’oeuvres? Good question! Simply because it sounds good πŸ™‚ But otherwise, chaat is a delicious, spicy, tangy, sweet and saltine blast of flavours that gets the gastronomical juices… Continue reading

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3 herb Pesto with a difference

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  There are days when making a meal can feel cumbersome. It’s just too much effort. For those days the availability of fresh herbs and some pasta is a god sent. For me,… Continue reading

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Kheer and Malpua; a saawan special from Punjab

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The monsoons are a time of renewal for the entire Indian subcontinent. It is of course another matter that these rains are unpredictable and the distribution is often wonky. So while some parts… Continue reading

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Mom’s trifle in a jiffy

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  Puddings make for great endings, don’t you think? No meal for me and most of my family members is complete without the taste of something sweet. And one such charming dessert which… Continue reading

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Sabz Kadhi

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This post has been sitting as a draft for over a month now and boy am I ashamed! But on the bright side, in this time I have had kadhi with rice at… Continue reading

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Pohe & Adrakwali Chai/ginger tea

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The long silence that we’ve had on this blog is thanks to hectic activity in the past couple of days. Its’ the season of moves. While my husband and I are moving home,… Continue reading

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Sandesh

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  In our effort to infuse kitchenpostcards with new ideas, recipes and methods, we present to you our second guest post contributed by Charu Zelawat (nee Bhandari). She has been a childhood friend… Continue reading

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Hari Chutney, mint-coriander dip

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Summers are here, not news anymore…I know. But the season, no matter how sultry, hot and irritating it can get; brings with it some of my favourite fruits and vegetables. While in the… Continue reading

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