Green Achar Paneer

I want to start by declaring that this is a short-cut method to make this lovely, tangy dish, because it makes use of available or ready-made pickle instead of the slightly more elaborate recipes which involve making a paste with a lot of spices, amchur (dry mango powder), dry chillies, etc This is also not […]

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Green Chilli Pickle

This green chilli pickle recipe is inspired by the Gujarati pickle that is available with packets of thepla (flatbread with fenugreek) back in Mumbai. While mango pickle is still at the top as a favourite, this is a very close second for me in the pickle family. There are quite a few readymade green chilli […]

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Aloo Paratha

When it comes to comfort food, nothing beats fresh, piping hot aloo parathas. My mom first taught me how to make these, and after a while, it became my thing to make for Sunday or holiday lunches. This is also possibly my dad’s favourite dish, and if left to him, he might want to have […]

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Dinner inspirations

With almost all our meals now being cooked and consumed at home, many of us are looking for inspiration on new dishes, so we don’t get bored of cooking and eating the same things over and over again. In planning our supper club menus, both of us tend to read a lot of food- and […]

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Turkish bread

We both love flat or mildly leavened bread and the idea of being able to make at home and eat it fresh is always appealing. Earlier, I would follow this pita bread recipe from Serious Eats, which was good and usually produced soft bread. But it does take some time and effort, and I wouldn’t […]

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Mutton Kebabs

Mutton kebabs make for a tasty snack and also can be used to create a delicious meal. We’ve been using this recipe for kebabs for a long time now and keep adapting it a little here and there every time we make it. Below is the base version, adapted from a galouti kebab recipe ages […]

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Prawn Malai Curry and Tomato Chutney

Prawn Malai Curry is a rich & creamy prawn and coconut dish from Bengal, which legend says got its name from a similar dish made by Malay sailors visiting India. This was one of the first dishes we introduced on our supper club menu and has been a long standing favourite of our guests. We’ve […]

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