Lehsuni Palak Rice

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I despised Spinach (Palak) when I was a kid. And yes, Popeye’s histrionics did not encourage me either. Infact, I secretly rooted for Bluto (the big, bad guy) for obvious reasons – he… Continue reading

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Guacamole

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Do you enjoy digging into a bowl of chips while watching your favourite show? What about dipping it into some guacamole first…? I don’t know about you but ever since I’ve felt the… Continue reading

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Pasta Alfredo with Broccoli and Bell Peppers… as you like it!

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You know how you feel when you meet someone and you instantly know that you were destined to meet them. You hit it off and feel like you’ve known them forever… that’s exactly… Continue reading

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Quick Indian Dinner

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The calendar year for me has always been divided into two blocks, school months and holiday months. In India, schools run from July to April with a month and a half or two… Continue reading

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Ganesh Chaturthi Special – Puri Bhaji

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It is possibly the best time of the year in Mumbai right now. And my favourite too. The Monsoons (however much I love them! ) are finally on their way back to where… Continue reading

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Kaale Chane (black chickpeas)

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There a few things about Indian culture that are irreplaceable. One of them is the tradition to celebrate every relationship. From birth until death the relationships that we build and are born into… Continue reading

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Pasta Primavera

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After that delicious and lip smacking pav bhaji, I have been up to no good!!!! Good food almost always results in a proportional onset of laziness 🙂 I hope you know what I… Continue reading

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Mumbaiyya Pav Bhaji

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  The Monsoons in Mumbai are to die-for. No, seriously. However much us Mumbaikars crib and cry about travelling in the rains (once in your lifetime, you should try this for sure!), fact… Continue reading

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Sinful mango

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Keeping up the party spirit, here is a quick, and I mean super quick drink that will cool you down and delight the taste buds. Summers are synonymous with Mangoes in India and… Continue reading

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Garden fresh Mexican Burritos with beans

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Indian cuisine has some really, really striking similarities with another cuisine from half-way around the world- Mexican cuisine. Both include a lot of spices, share ingredients and have a similar style of cooking… Continue reading

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