Green Mango Pickle Harae Aam ki Chutni

Green Mango Pickle Harae Aam ki Chutni

There are thousands of different variations of mango pickle recipes, and you will find a version of it in every home, no matter where you are in India. . Don’t be alarmed by the amount of chili powder used in this recipe. Indian pickles are indeed very potent and are flavored with a lot of

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Spiced Garlic Poondu Kolumbu

Spiced Garlic Poondu Kolumbu

This traditional south Indian side dish is known as Poondu Kolumbu in the south or Lahsooni Kari in the north, which simply means “garlic curry.” The pungent flavor of garlic is well complemented by the spices and tangy tamarind and tomatoes. Do not be put off by the quantity of garlic, although you might not

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Sweet Mango Chutney Mitha Aam Chutney

Sweet Mango Chutney Mitha Aam Chutney

Unripe green mangoes are used in this sweet and slightly sour mango chutney. This condiment is especially good when paired with fish, bread and vegetable dishes. The possibilities are endless. Try it with Fried Puffed Bread called poori, Tandoori Chicken or store-bought plain pappadum. You might even try smearing it on bread instead of peanut

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Home-Style Garam Masala Garam Masala

Home-Style Garam Masala Garam Masala

Garam masala, literally “hot spice,” is the most popular spice blend used in Indian cooking. It is the basic essence of Indian cooking. There are as many versions of garam masala as there are chefs. This recipe is what I use very often in my kitchen. It is important that the spices are blended fresh

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Indian Grilling and Roasting Rub

Indian Grilling and Roasting Rub

Making your own fresh spice blends and pastes makes a world of difference in your cooking. This is an aromatic blend that I created inspired by aromatic Indian spices and the western grilling rubs. This blend is ideal for marinating steak, fish or chicken. This can be used as a dry rub or can be

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BUNNY CHOW Hollow Stuffed Bread Roll

BUNNY CHOW Hollow Stuffed Bread Roll

Bunny chow is simply a hollow bread roll stuffed with curry – not made with real bunny, but with tender pieces of stewed lamb. In its native South Africa it is often spooned into large hollowed-out loaves of bread, which are designed to be eaten with your hands – quite a challenge, even for the

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