Sweet Tamarind Chutney

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I love Chaat! And growing up in Delhi (sort of) makes you a Chaat Snob! You have a favorite haunt for each particular type of Chaat in every corner of the city. You… Continue reading

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Kadhai Paneer

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Paneer and Eggs are my go-to things in the kitchen when I can’t decide what to cook for dinner. And I find a quick Paneer Bhurji (Paneer Crumble Stir fry) or Anda Bhurji… Continue reading

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No Bake Strawberry & White Chocolate Ganache Tart

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Ever since I moved to Dubai I haven’t been able to bake. We moved into a furnished house that had space restrictions and the

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Coconut Tofu Curry

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When Tofu Became My Default Paneer Until a few years ago Tofu to me was only a word associated with a food trend. Its structure, shape and possible uses were completely alien to… Continue reading

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Tadka Gobhi ~ Spicy Cauliflower Stir Fry

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Have you ever seen Cauliflower growing in the ground? It’s a beautiful vegetable with it’s greyish- green leaves holding up it’s lovely white florets. My grandfather grew cauliflowers almost every season in his… Continue reading

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Aloo Beans

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The ubiquitous Potato – what would we do without it? Potatoes are so commonly used in Indian food โ€“ in northern cuisine as a part of Alooย Parantha, Aloo Gobhi, Dum Aloo to name… Continue reading

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Coriander Chilli Chicken

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One of advantages of living away from home is meeting new people and learning about new cultures. One gets out of their comfort zone and (literally) tastes

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Roasted Cauliflower & Celery Soup

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Happy carbs make for happy people! Wouldn’t you agree? In a word association game โ€“ my first response to soup would be hot and I mean scalding hot. That’s just what soup has… Continue reading

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Egg Curry

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I love boiled eggs!ย For breakfast, for an evening snack or for dinner; Anytime is a good time for eating boiled eggs for me! Even Tuesdays! (Yes Mom, it’s true!) And what better way… Continue reading

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Sunehra Murg ~ Chicken in Golden Gravy

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Memories of Hyderabad There is a restaurant in Hyderabad that my parents used to favour. Serengeti. And like the Serengeti in Africa, presumably since I haven’t visited, the decor mimicked a sanctuary with… Continue reading

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