Apricot Chutney

Apricot Chutney by kitchen flavours

I'm always looking out for recipes with apricots, in my case, dried apricots, as the fresh ones are not easily available and even if they are, are really very expensive. I can never get enough of this delicious tangy dried fruit! It is really easy and delicious with a mixture of sweet and sour. Great with rice and as a side condiment…

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Orange Iced Tea with Mint and Lime

Orange Iced Tea with Mint and Lime by Hina Gujral

Last year a friend of mine from Hong Kong got a packet of Chinese tea leaves called "Poli", I am not a tea lover so never used it but few days while reshuffling all those kitchen cabinets I saw that tea leaves packet lying all alone in one dark corner, and so this how it came into use, I guess this the reason I love culinary souvenirs…

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Aamras by mildlyindian

There are some combinations of food which I consider made in heaven. These are such festive combinations which really brighten up a dull mood. One such platter I truly love and share the love with my young ones is that of poori (deep fried flat bread) and aamras (spiced mango pulp). I really am sure this combinations must be…

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Mango Chutney

Mango Chutney by Guilt Free Cuisine by Fergyhun

Mango Chutney is a traditional accompaniment to Indian food, which happens to be HUGE in the UK where I'm from. Whenever I go home I always rush out to buy the foods I miss most, including a jar of spicy mango chutney! I can't get it here so this year I decided to make it myself. It's a bit time-consuming sterilizing jars etc but…

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Dr. Obaidullah was one of the doctors of the Late King Faisal of Saudi Arabia. His family became close to us and his wife, Aunt Munawar, taught me how to cook the traditional Indian cuisines. During our stay in Riyadh, I've learned from her this sweet dish. It's so simple, scrumptious and nutritious.

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koikutta (kerala style sweet dumplings)

koikutta (kerala style sweet dumplings) by sunil k.nayar

in Kerala (india's state near by arabian sea)

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Plantain/Banana fritters

Plantain/Banana fritters by Lourdes Princy

Deep fried flour coated ripe plantains that make an excellent tea time snack.

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Dum Ka Murgh

Dum Ka Murgh by Hina Gujral

Dum Ka Murgh is a slow cooked chicken curry flavored with whole spices, cashew paste and yogurt. The word Dum is an Urdu word for steaming but commonly Dum is used to define the slow cooking method, where pot is tightly sealed with dough or tight fitting lid to lock the aroma of spices within pot and for the meat to absorb all the…

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A Personal Best Dessert!

A Personal Best Dessert! by kathy gori

What can you say about a chef who says that he was trained in the kitchen by "innumerable thrashings"? That he is a perfectionist? That kitchen training can be tough? That his food is damn good? All of the above are true. It would have to be to survive and come out alive and cooking on the other side. One of the best things about the…

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Oven Roasted Chicken with Indian Spices !!!

Oven Roasted Chicken with Indian Spices !!! by Manju Nair

This was my first ever try at making whole roast chicken for a friends gathering! And I dint wanna just marinate it with salt and pepper , so I came up with my own blend of spices! Must say it came out really good, the spices blend in so well, the aroma in your kitchen is enough to make your mouth water, we all had it for dinner and…

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Khichdi with bajra nu dhebra and kachumber

Khichdi with bajra nu dhebra and kachumber by Chetana Suvarna Ganatra

A perfect Gujarati meal on a perfect chilly night and all this flushed down with a good glass of masala chass/buttermilk. Healthy, tasty and soo satisfying.... fulfilling the urge of a very authentic Kathiawadi cuisine. Khichdi/Khichuri/Khichari/Khichdee (A hodge-podge dish of rice and lentil preparation, sumthing close to…

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Crispy Fish Fry

Crispy Fish Fry by Karthikeyan

This fish fry is derived from Malabar (India) cuisine. A simple modification made it more crispier and tastier to eat.

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Green chutney spread for Chaat and Sandwiches

Green chutney spread for Chaat and Sandwiches by momchef

Use it as a chutney or a spread for Indian Chaats and Sandwiches

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Prawn Koliwada -Amchi Mumbai spicy fried Prawns

Prawn Koliwada -Amchi Mumbai spicy fried Prawns by Sonali Pradhan

Prawn Koliwada is a spicy Fried Prawn dish, relished as a starter in restaurants , can also be a star appetizer of your party. In contrary to the popular belief that this dish originated on the Konkan coast, it is actually a dish originated in the Sion fishing village, or koliwada in Mumbai by a north Indian immigrant from Punjab.…

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Baby Red Peppers Stuffed with Mozzarella & Marinated Olives

Baby Red Peppers Stuffed with Mozzarella & Marinated Olives by Shipra Dudeja

I visited London in 2011 & was there for around two months. I had a little time to see the city ,tightly packed weekdays & only few weekends.So I planned to explore the city as much as possible on weekends.All day outing, exploring cities attractions, eating out, roaming and much more..It reminds me of a fantastic meal ,I had in…

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