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How to make the perfect staffordshire oatcakes

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Shrove Tuesday may have been and gone, the annual greasy round wiped from the kitchen ceiling, the dog back on non-burnt offerings – but this is one pancake that deserves to stay on the menu all year round. These floppy flatbreads are just as delicious as their crisp Scottish cousins, and certainly… Read more »

How to make the perfect vegetarian scotch eggs

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  It’s an unfortunate fact that many of the best things on the traditional British picnic menu are sausage-based, leaving vegetarian and non-pork-eating guests stuck with bread and cheese. This would be no real hardship were not for the fact that even many non-meat eaters find that scotch eggs have a way of… Read more »

HOW TO MAKE OMURICE, JAPAN'S OOZY EXPLODING OMELET

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Do you remember that scene in Tampopo with the omelet? The one that sits on top of the dish of fried rice and unfurls with custardy egg like a popped balloon when split open? That’s omurice. (Sound it out and you’ll get the cognate.) And it’s a delightful example of… Read more »

Make this classic Palakkad Iyer coconut curry this summer

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A Mulagootal is a very typical preparation of the Palakkad Iyers. It is made usually using one type of vegetable (traditionally amaranth leaves, raw banana, yam, pumpkin, ash gourd or snake gourd though nowadays beans, cabbage, carrots, etc are used; this list of vegetables is not exhaustive) and occasionally a… Read more »

How to make the ultimate Indian Masala Omelette

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This is the Indian take on the basic omelette, spiced up and complete with tempering of cumin and chillies. With a little green chutney and ketchup, the Indian masala omelette makes for a great sandwich filling as well. In fact, the late night road side food joints in India are… Read more »

How to make Fried Turnip Cake with Vegetables

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Fried Turnip Cakes might not sound appetizing to you and might dismiss it in a jiffy. But let us tell you this: Life is too short to try out the same food, over and over again. This recipe shared by chefs at Yauatcha, Delhi is a delight and something different… Read more »

How to make Sarson Ka Saag with Makki Ki Roti

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There’s nothing like Sarson Ka Saag and Makki Ki Roti to beat the winter chill. If you are a Punjabi or have Punjabi friends then you know what we are talking about. Considered as a comfort food, this dish is something which you can easily make at home. Chef Vaibhav… Read more »

How to make Angara Murgh Tikka and Blue Cheese Naan

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Is Chicken Tikka and Naan your favourite combo? Do you prowl around the city, trying to find outlets that serve the best? What if we tell you that you don’t have to go to a fancy restaurant or waste your time hunting for a place any more to have a… Read more »

Make your food bloom this season with edible flowers

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People love flowers for their fragrance, colour and texture and just the fact that they can ease your nerves by simply looking at them. Now, you have one more reason to stare at those pretty ferns and petals and thats food. Mrinmoy Acharya, Head Chef, Ciclo Cafe in Gurugram and… Read more »