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Dahi Wada: Lentil Dumplings in Yogurt with Spices

 

 

Soft, melt in the mouth wadas nestled close together in that bowl he held out to me. “Chaat Masala?” he asked, as he took  out that little plastic bottle which held the very essence of street food. I nodded in approval as I stretched out the bowl towards him for him to [...]

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Dhoka – Fried Lentil Cakes

I am back! Two long months  went by in a wink and we are here with plenty of memories and experiences to last for a life time. The time fleeted by quick, almost like a dream… changes and familiarity, reconnecting with the cultures, and traditions, the joys of meeting and the tears of the [...]

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Chilli Paneer

I have talked a lot about Indo Chinese cuisine. I am pretty passionate and emotional about this specific category of Indian food. Hot, spicy, tangy or a combination of all makes it the most wanted, lip smacking kind of food and I crave some more as I write.

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Murgh Tikka Hariyali/Skewered Green (Herbed) Chicken

A recipe and a rant. A rant about unethical blogging practice.

When my daughter saw the chicken sitting in the marinade, she had a funny expression in her face, the kind that is thinking..”..eeewwww, green chicken?“, but not daring to say much as she knew this was going to be dinner. It is not [...]

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Cabbage and Chickpea Roulade

This cabbage roulade is just a fancy musical name for a very popular Indian Paatra or Pathrode. An all savory vegan dish, traditionally paatra is made with the beautiful leaves of colocasia/taro root/arbi. The leaves are layered, rolled, steamed, sliced like little pretty pinwheels, and then tempered with spices.

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