Carrot Yogurt Slaw Gaajar Pachadi

Carrot Yogurt Slaw Gaajar Pachadi

Pachadi, a type of slaw, is a common staple in South Indian homes. Pachadis are typically flavored with mustard seeds and curry leaves. Here I have included other ingredients to add my personal touch. This side dish works well as a part of a large meal or can be served with traditional flatbreads like Whole-Wheat

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Greek Souvlaki with Tzaziki

Greek Souvlaki with Tzaziki

Simple to make loaded with classic Greek flavor Lamb marinated in lemon dried oregano garlic then threaded onto skewers served with a homemade Tzaziki lettuce and tomatoes all bundled up in a pita bread or in my case a simple homemade flat bread that made without yeast.

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ALOO TIKKI WITH DATE AND TAMARIND CHUTNEY

ALOO TIKKI WITH DATE AND TAMARIND CHUTNEY

Aloo tikki are a classic Indian chaat , or ‘snack food’, typically served from street food carts. Subtly spiced, soft and creamy mashed potatoes are shaped and fried into crisp cakes and topped with a little dollop of cool yogurt and a fiery sweet chutney. They are a triumph of textures and really quite addictive.

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PAPDI CHAAT

PAPDI CHAAT

Chaat is the term for ‘snack’ in India, and papdi are delectable little fried pieces of dough. Pretty as a picture and an absolute explosion of taste and texture, this is one of my favourite Indian street foods – a sort of Indian version of nachos! You can line up all the elements in dishes

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Chicken 65 Hot and Spicy Restaurant Style

Chicken 65 Hot and Spicy Restaurant Style

There are many theories about how this dish gets its great name, one of which suggests it was invented in 1965, another that it originally contained 65 types of chilli. Either way, it’s a deliciously fiery Indian snack that’s great with a cold beer. Note: you will need to begin this recipe several hours before

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SPICED VEGETABLE SAMOSAS

SPICED VEGETABLE SAMOSAS

These delicately spiced Indian samosas are made with proper samosa pastry. It’s surprisingly simple to make, and the best thing is that you can add extra flavours, in this case a generous sprinkle of spicy black onion or kalonji seeds. These are fabulous with a dollop of mango pickle or brinjal (aubergine pickle) alongside, or

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How to quickly make Lahori Chana Chaat

How to quickly make Lahori Chana Chaat

Chana chat is a savory snack originated in India typically served as a road side different stalls or food cart in India or Pakistan The chat is the mixture of boil cubed potato tomato cube cucumber dhai bhlla boil chick pea lemon juice green chilies fresh green coriander and tangy salty spices and tamarind sauce.

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