Tag: Recipes

Recipe: Punjabi Kadhi Pakoda

Kadhi, gets its name from the simple process of “slow cooking” or “kadhna” (काढ़ना). Made with a mixture of chickpea flower (besan) and whisked yogurt, the consistency to which it is made differs from region to region. While the Rajasthani and the Gujaratis prefer it to be thinner, we in Punjab like the kadhi thick

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Recipe: Slow Cooked Maah Di Daal

‘Its creamy. Its rich. Its delicious’ – that’s how I’d pitch a tagline for maah di dal, if I was ever asked to. A dish that requires immense amount of patience and love for cooking, this is one recipe which is truly special to me. I first learnt to make this dal when I was

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Recipe: Water Chestnut Stir Fry

On the onset of winter (or the lack of it), you’ll find that the streets are filled with vendors who are selling fresh water chestnuts (singhaada). An aquatic vegetable, these grow in marshy lands and are popular in the Asian continent. Here’s the nutrient count of water chestnuts: Calories: 97 Fat: 0.1 grams Carbs: 23.9 grams Fiber: 3 grams

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Recipe: Al Yakhni aka Bottle Gourd In Spiced Curd

Bottle gourd or lauki/doodhi is a vegetable I just cannot fathom eating. It is like the sworn mortal enemy I have when it comes to vegetables. So, imagine my luck when a few days back the only vegetable that I could find in the refrigerator was that. It was time to get creative and messages

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Recipe: Methi Matar Malai Paneer

I posted the picture of Methi Matar Malai Paneer yesterday on my Instagram handle and received a lot of recipe requests from people. It got me thinking that while we love posting and making recipes which require some pro-level skills, and which look “complicated”…what we forget is that most people are looking for basic recipes

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#ChutneyDay: Of Saving That Zing!

I have always been the person who prefers pickles over chutneys, but at the same time one cannot deny the place that a chutney occupies in the thaali of every Indian. Growing up I have always preferred the mint-coriander (dhaniya-pudhina) chutney, and I think owe to that to my lack of knowledge of chutneys, in

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Jamva Chalo Dikra! : Bits From The Parsi Food Trail

The only Parsi connection that I had till yesterday was that of an old Godrej refrigerator which once enjoyed a prime place in my family and the Tata tea which is part of our earlier talked about ‘chai pe charcha.’ So when I received a mail saying that I had the privilege to be part of

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I cook butter chicken in my paneer recipe and thats what makes it popular : Chef Saransh Goila

Located in suburban Mumbai’s Andheri West, Goila Butter Chicken is Chef Saransh Goila‘s first commercial venture. Acting bug had bitten him very early in life but after a big no-no from his family, he went on to pursue cooking at IHM Aurangabad, encouraged by his grandfather and the moment you spot the outlet, you can

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