After volunteering in India for six months, she returned to the UK in March 2014 armed with three notebooks “full of barely legible scrawls” that amounted to 70 recipes. Recreating these in her London kitchen proved to be time-consuming and quite a challenge, and so Kochan was thrilled to discover …
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Indian Durbar pays homage to time-honored Indian recipes and flavors. Set in an understated yet luxurious ambience, diners can anticipate novel gourmet experiences that are fit for the royalties. – The Lobby Brew, the lounge at the lobby, features an extensive beverage menu and have tapas and finger …
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Kulfi is a traditional Indian ice-cream that involves making a rich condensed milk, then freezing. This recipe adds mango puree into the dairy mixture before freezing, for a smooth and creamy dessert. The oat crumb brings some crunch, and if you have time to make the mousse it's worth the effort, …
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He is a prodigy and was the first runner up of the famous show, Dance India Dance 4. He has been a … If you're constantly struggling for creative, yet easy recipes, subscribe to Chef Sanjeev Kapoor's channel. He's a renowned chef and his recipes are created to make life easy for every amateur cook.
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We all know Vikas Khanna, the award winning Michelin starred Indian Chef best known for his recipes and cook books, but do we know how he reached the top? Well, he will be seen in the upcoming episode of TED Talks India Nayi Soch talking about his journey from Amritsar to New York.
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Texas restaurant to offer traditional Indian food with a twist … alumni of IHM-Guwahati, and Shivek Suri of IHM Aurangabad – have decided to open a eatery at Houston in Texas, where Indian food is largely unexplored. … Together, we felt the need to visit the kitchens of India for recipes,” Istwal said.
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In 1831, a Sandford Arnot, a linguist and one of the Orientalists that had once been based in Calcutta, translated for the London Oriental Institute, a Persian book of recipes into English: Indian cookery, as Practised and Described by the Natives of the East, perhaps the first cookery book from India …
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