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Kheer – Indian Rice Pudding with Nuts and Saffron

Featured in iVillage.ca – Diwali edition.

It’s the quintessential dessert of the Indian cuisine. This traditional Indian pudding  does not just round off the meal in an occasion at home, at a restaurant, or in festivities; it is a comfort food. And this ever popular dessert is also much revered, [...]

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Churma and Churma ke Laddoo

Dal Bati Churma (pronoun: Choorma) is a traditional and probably the most popular part of the Rajasthani cuisine.

Rajasthan (Raja- King, Sthan-place),  a state that borders the north western part of India, surrounded by the age old  Aravalli ranges, is rich and beautiful.

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Beguni- Batter Fried Eggplants

Featured in the Delicious Links in The Kitchn.

Here we are waiting and praying for a few drop of rain. The earth is cracking in deep veins, dry and thirsty.The cool summer green has given way to patches of yellow and brown and an inexplicable stillness in the air. 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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Curried Potato and Cauliflower Stew with Toasted Peanuts

This recipe was included in the Gourmet Live Round Up:Stews and Cassoulets!

This recipe was born out of a memory from my childhood – a trip taken long time back with my parents. It was winter time. The town was  small, neither plush nor remote – near the ruins of [...]

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