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aloor dum

Bengali Aloor Dum

The Bengali Aloor Dum is not just differently pronounced but it is a whole world away in terms of taste. Baby potatoes cooked to a perfect bite in a rich, thick base that is fragrant with whole and ground spices. We cleaned up every surface this delicious dish touched.

Fish saas with khichidi

Parsi Saas (Sauce) is usually eaten with a very simple khichdi that is cooked with plain rice and maybe some moong ki daal or just with some turmeric and cumin seeds and some whole spices such as black pepper, cinnamon, cardamom and clove. Ingredients 2 large Pomfret 1 Medium Onion, chopped 1 Medium Tomato, pureed …

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tomato tart

Tomato & Onion Tart

We love those days when things just fall into place and everything happens like it was meant to. A pile of luscious, plump tomatoes were looking particularly attractive in our refrigerator and the first thing we happened to see on Facebook yesterday was a picture of a Tomato Tart posted by our friend and future …

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jumjoji Biryani

Jumjoji

On a hot summer day in Bombay, it can be hard to get up the desire or the nerve to eat curries of any sort but the minute we step into Jumjoji, an overpoweringly delicious aroma sets my stomach rumbling.

Dabeli

The small port town of Mandvi, famous for its beach, is also the birthplace of the Dabeli. A gentleman called Keshav Malam first invented and started selling the Dabeli in this little town

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