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Moong Dal Halwa: Yellow Moong Halwa

 

Moong Dal or the husked yellow Moong Halwa is a popular confection in the northern and north western regions of India. This is made usually during the winter months. The lentils are slowly cooked in ghee releasing its rich, nutty aroma. It is sweet and redolent of cardamom and saffron.

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Bharwan Laal Mirch ka Achar: Spice stuffed Red Chilli Pickle

 

 

We Indians love food that beat with rhythm on our taste buds. Achar or pickle plays a crucial role in Indian cuisine. All Indian achar are invigorating; sharp, uplifting and stimulates the senses with a burst of flavor. They come in varieties, filled with inexplicable aromatic blend of flavors and are truly therapeutic.

 

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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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Chicken Biryani

Featured in the The Kitchn- Delicious Links. Biryani is a well known rice dish from the Indian sub continent. It is a magnificent dish redolent of myriad spices, saffron and caramelized onions, and is probably the most aromatic rice ever cooked. In all its elegance, it is a dish fit to be served on [...]

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Chicken Korma and a Giveaway

Quite unlike the blazing red chicken curry which is synonymous to Indian cuisine, the Korma is mellow but regal and very much an Indian chicken curry too; rich, creamy, nutty it is redolent of aromatic spices with an exotic taste that is going to take you by surprise. The dish is not bold or [...]

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