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Khajur Imli ki Chutney: Date and Tamarind Chutney



The Date and Tamarind Chutney is an essential part of the cuisine, especially in central and northern regions of India. One cannot think of the lip smacking street foods without  this particular chutney.  It is blended with a unique taste which is often not easy to describe; sweet, tangy and spicy combines [...]


Lau-er Khosha Bata: Chutney with Bottle Gourd Peel



This is an old recipe, revived, bringing in tides of nostalgia.

A recipe that strongly arouses memories of my childhood days with my grandparents. A grandpa immersed in books and a grandma who I like to associate with having a black wooden bureau adorned with wrought iron lions handles. I would like [...]


Indian Chinese Red Chilli Sauce



This sauce is the secret behind the fantastic flavors of the Indo-Chinese cuisine.  This is a  treasured recipe, almost a secret: close to my heart, close to my family and practically resides in a treasure box.




Green Mango, Mint and Garlic Chutney/Salsa




Sweet tart unripe mango blends with the fresh mint and the earthy garlic in this salsa. It also speaks everything about the summer time.Summer in indeed upon us, but a very pleasant one so far. The overcast sky, cool drizzles and soft rays of the sun have made it the most [...]


Sweet and Spicy Green Mango Chutney: Kancha Aamer Chutney



While the term “chutney” is observed upon as a condiment by the rest of the world, it plays a quite different role in Bengali cuisine. Chutney is an essential part of the multi-course Bengali meal. It is not a condiment, and it is not to be paired with meat or cheese. The [...]


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