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Category: step-by-step recipe

{Recipe Video} How to make Dinner Rolls

Amma learned how to ┬ámake dinner rolls from a Tarla Dalal book. They used to be pretty but a tad yeasty–thanks to the substandard domestic yeast available three decades ago. She kept bettering the craft, and the shapes you see me make today are the exact same ones that Amma made then. When I was […]

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Recipe Video: Sol Kadhi

Of the few Marathi-Goan dishes that appeal to a universal audience, is Sol Kadhi. It is typically served with indulgent fried seafood and other spicy coastal delicacies as it is believed that a.) the astringency of the kokum helps soothe the digestive system after a heavy meal and b.) coconut milk pairs better with seafood […]

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Recipe video: How to make Calzone

It’s been a while since I posted a recipe video. A few days ago, we finally got down to shooting a casual one as we cooked up an evening snack. Calzones. Folded pizzas. Take a look! This simple dish is quickly becoming the family’s favorite for a lazy Sunday brunch because it’s a nice alternative […]

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Vaatli Daal

Vaatli Daal

It would be incorrect for me to say that some of the traditional Indian recipes I have here are of tremendous archival value. They’re not–they’re what every family makes across the country and has versions of their own. What I do try to do here is, preserve some of my family favorites for posterity. Some […]

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How to make Ghee

How to make Ghee

Ghee. That quintessential Indian fat that must make an appearance as a cooking medium or condiment at every authentic Indian meal. I don’t know what arguments I should make in order to prove that it is a healthy fat, but what I can tell you is what a tremendous difference a mere half teaspoonful of […]

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Kokum Juice Concentrate

Kokum Juice Concentrate

Before Maushi and Kaka moved to their lovely little red bricked bungalow in Khanapur, they lived in a rented love nest on the upper floor of a modest house. Khanapur is a dusty old town with a very, very special place in my heart. So special that I cannot bring myself to write about it […]

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Recipe video: How to make Undhiyu

The last time I wrote about Undhiyu (albeit with a different spelling), I promised you better pictures. This season, I am back with something even better–a video spanning the lovely colors of my local vegetable market and a step-by-step recipe tutorial. As you can see, I love Undhiyu, and I love all the traditional cooking […]

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