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Month: February 2014

Goan Sausage Chili Fry

We were recently in Goa for a long awaited holiday. The sand, the water and the sun were absolute bliss. Though what people often tend to forget about is Goan cuisine. It has so many influences and the flavors are completely different from other parts of India. It’s just been a few days since we got back, but the trip is already fading away. Luckily, we brought something back from Goa that can bring back that moment of bliss for a while – goan sausages (chorico).     We were doing some grocery shopping on our last day in...

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Green Chili Pickle

Dal and rice is a meal that we eat on a regular basis. After some time, one can get a wee bit bored of the same old and need to spice it up a bit. Indian condiments are the best at it. We love pickles and chutneys and always have a couple of bottles lying around. This pickle came to be for a rather strange reason. We came home one day to find that Aisha had discovered the magic of online grocery shopping. Considering that she rarely buys any groceries; she ended up buying large amounts of things we...

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Silken Chocolate Tart

This chocolate tart has an almost mousse like texture. It holds its shape and one would expect something rather firm, but when you take a bite; it just disappears into silken bliss! You will need chocolate, cream, sugar, butter, biscuits and milk for this delectable tart.     Crush the biscuits and mix in half of the sugar.     Pour in some melted butter.     Mix the mixture thoroughly till the butter is evenly distributed.   You then press the biscuit mixture into a pie dish with a detachable bottom.     That’s the base of the...

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Coriander Chutney

Coriander is a herb that is a common ingredient in Indian households. There are numerous things you can do with it, but we tend to get lazy and it ends up getting all dry and droopy. An easy way to use up left over coriander is to make it into chutney. In our minds, it actually preserves the herb and you have something yummy in the fridge to jazz up literally anything! We will be showing numerous ways to use coriander chutney in the coming posts, so don’t worry about making too much and not knowing what to do...

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Tomato Soup

Tomato soup is comforting and warm. It can make a bleak day look much much happier. One sip and you’ll have warmth streaming into your body from your fingertips to your toes! You need tomatoes, onions, garlic, red chili powder, oil, cream and some stock or water for this yummy soup.     You want to start by blanching and peeling your tomatoes.     You then fry your onions and garlic in a bit of oil. And simply throw in your blanched tomatoes.     You then break down the tomatoes with the back of your spoon or...

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