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Brinji Vegetable Rice Recipe
The cuisine of Tamil Nadu is bold, fiery, aromatic & absolutely delicious! It is also a cuisine that is characterized by its lovely rice dishes. Brinji is in its most basic terms is simply rice, vegetables & warm spices simmered gently to perfection using coconut milk. Do try it soon :-)

Malai Methi Mattar Murgh Recipe
Malai Methi Mattar Murgh is a delicious Punjabi dish consisting of tender succulent chicken combined with fresh fenugreek leaves and green peas simmered gently in a delicately spiced cream based curry. One delicious bite and you’re totally hooked! It's mouthwatering & heavenly!

Lemon Ginger Cookies Recipe
In India, tea and cookies (biscuits) go hand in hand like a lovely match made in heaven. My delicious Lemon Ginger Cookies have always made the “most popular” list among teatime snacks. These homemade treats are easy, delicious and chock full of yummy deliciousness.

Coconut Chickpea Curry Recipe
Globally, chickpeas are probably the most commonly eaten bean or legume. They are a main staple in Punjabi (North Indian) cuisine. My delicious Coconut Chickpea Curry is the Maharashtrian version of this typical Punjabi staple. Best of all, it’s easy to prepare & healthy to boot :-)

Thattai Recipe
Thattai is a delicious crispy snack enjoyed in South India. It’s usually made during the various festival & holiday seasons. Think of them as a type of "cracker" made using rice flour along with a combination of dals or lentils, which also makes them gluten free :-)

Ambat Shrimp Curry Recipe
"Ambat" means “sour”, but I mean sour in a good way - to enhance & balance out the other flavors in a dish giving it a more tangy taste. That being said, my Ambat Shrimp Curry is a lovely & delicious dish that personifies all of these wonderful characteristics. You must try it soon!


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