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Posted on20. Nov, 2011 by Chef Hari.
If you are fond of spicy south Indian flavors of seafood curries, this is a version that you will absolutely love. Meet “Puli Munchi” – Mangalorian version of hot and sour curry. Recently a friend from Mangalore shared this recipe which i tried […]
Posted on20. Feb, 2011 by Chef Hari.
Take time to make yourself or your family home made lunches to go. It is a perfect way to keep your nutritional intake high and a very healthy habit to develop. Pack a home made lunch and surprise your better half – a perfect way to show how much u care for your family. Some […]
Posted on23. Jan, 2011 by Chef Hari.
Recently on my fight to London i saw a part of this travel series and it is simply outstanding to say the least.I have seen many culinary travel shows that have been shot in India over the years but by far Gordan’s Great Escape is the best so far. I wanted to share it with […]
Posted on04. Dec, 2010 by Chef Hari.
I have a nostalgic fondness for this yellow slab of soft goodness flavored with Kashmiri saffron. The cake we call Chai cake at home, perfect with hot chai. Orange and Saffron Yogurt Loaf MAKES 1 LOAF 3 oranges ½ cup plus 2 tablespoons plain whole yogurt 1 cup 2 tablespoon sugar 2 teaspoon saffron strands […]
Posted on12. Dec, 2009 by Chef Hari.
For all those who love a good slice of pizza, and for those who can’t get enough of flavors from the Indian subcontinent! Tiffin etc is here to the rescue. Here is perfect example in what i believe that Indian food can be fun, chic, light and refreshing. A trip to the city of Philadelphia […]