Author: ankit

Professional Chef, with love for Indian cuisine. Love to share my experiences and passion.

Top 5 Healthy and Easy Recipes of how to Make Raitas

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So, in this segment we are going to talk about how to make Raita which is very easy to make and delicious Raitas, that will make your...

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Top 5 healthy Indian salad recipes which anybody can prepare..

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Indian Food can not be complete without condiments. No Indian house can imagine having their food without at least one condiment beside...

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Veg Kathi Roll – “The Rocking Roll”

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Veg Kathi  Roll Kathi Roll or Kati Roll (as it should be called), has its roots originating from Kolkata. It all started in the Nizam...

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“Cool it down with a Thandai”

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Thandai         As the country sweats it out in the scorching heat of summer, I’ am back with COOL new heat...

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“Sol Kadhi”: A Traditional Konkan Drink

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  Sol Kadhi Sol Kadhi is a traditional Konkan drink used as a digestive and a natural coolant in the summers. Sol Kadhi can be had as...

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The Ultimate Heat Buster “Aam Panna”

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“Aam Panna” The name might not be new to all but its an ultimate nostalgic creation that used to beat the heat in our childhood...

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“Beat the Heat with Love” – Gulab Sherbet

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  Gulab Sherbet   When somebody thinks of Love, the one thing that comes into the mind is Rose, yes! the eternal symbol of Love....

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“The Punjabi Lassi and mango lassi”

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  LASSI Lassi is a traditional Indian drink made out of yoghurt. Traditional lassi is savoury but its sweetened version is...

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Here to Stimulate you…………………….”KASHMIRI KAHWA”

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  KAHWA Our country is full of Ayurvedic treasures, out of that treasure I bring to you another glittering gold that is the...

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Beat the Heat with Kool Kokum Sherbet

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KOKUM SHERBET As the whole country is sweating under the beating sun. I bring some refreshment to cool you all off a bit. Presenting to you...

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Jaljeera – “Kick & amp; Cool your appetite”

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JALJEERA JALJEERA, a self explanatory name where Jal signifies water and jeera signifies cumin and when combined together it signifies an...

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The best way to prepare Vegetable Pulao like a chef

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Vegetable Pulao is a fragrant, spicy rice dish with vegetable and spices. A lot of people get confused between pulao and biryani, but...

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PAPDI CHAAT- “The Easiest way to make Chaat”

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  PAPDI CHAAT Papdi Chaat  is one of the most common and familiar names in the world of chaat. Available at almost every street of...

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My Date with Bangalore Food

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This is my first blog and it comes straight from my heart for the love of this city named “BANGALORE” or “BENGALURU” (as known...

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Easiest way to prepare Kathi Roll like a Chef, at home

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  Kathi Roll / Kati Roll, called the roll of Nizams, said to have its roots of origi from Kolkata, then Calcutta. This remarkable...

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Khasta Kachori – The popular street food – Now make it at your home.

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KHASTA KACHORI   Khasta Kachori, the popular Indian street food, originated from Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan as they claim, is a puffed...

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Chole Bhatura – The taste of Punjab

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Chole Bhatura   Chole Bhatura/Bhature, a popular meal originating from Punjab. It consists of spicy cooked chickpeas, eaten along with...

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“Mumbai Ki Ragda Patties, ab aapke ghar mein”

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Ragda Patties Ragda Patties, a hearty and full meal recipe from Mumbai is a favourite across India. Interesting to pronounce but easy to...

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Bhel Puri – The Street Food of India

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BHEL PURI RECIPE   Another stand out performer in our journey of exploring the street foods of India, the chaats. Bhel puri is a simple...

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Chaat street of India: Samosa Chaat, How to make it the easy way.

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SAMOSA CHAAT Samosa is an exceptional snack in its own way, but when combined with chole and chutney it can turn out to be a lip smacking...

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