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Fish Cutlets

What I look for in a fish cutlet- The proportion of fish should be higher than the potatoes. The fish should be very flavourful and should be super crunchy on the outside and juicy and moist inside. This recipe gives exactly that. I have used Anchovies here, mainly because the fish flavour will not get… Continue reading Fish Cutlets

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Onion relish

This onion relish is almost an Indianised version of a caramelised onion jam. It tastes amazing with Tikkas, as a spread for Khatti rolls or just on some bread. Its buttery, sweet from the onion caramelisation and raisins and spicy from the peppercorns. It stores amazingly too in the refrigerator for 10- 14 days. So… Continue reading Onion relish

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Malai Prawn Tikka

I love Malai anything. There is something about the white marinade. Looks so mild and delicate, but is packed with flavour. The resulting dish is mostly very creamy and leaves you wondering what adds to the creaminess. Most often, its cooked onion or cashews that do the job. Sometimes its even almonds or poppy seeds.… Continue reading Malai Prawn Tikka

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Idli fry

I have a love hate relationship with idlis. Unless they're cottony soft and spongy, I hate them. But otherwise I love them. I love them specifically with the white coconut chutney and the sambar with shallots. The sambar has to be very spicy with lots of tamarind and a hint of sweetness, but not too… Continue reading Idli fry

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Blender Corn Tikkis

My corn tikki recipe was created purely with all the leftovers in the fridge. It uses handful of ingredients, spices and thats all. So one day, I was craving for something deep fried and my freezer was out of all the frozen snacks and all I could find was frozen corn. I dumped everything I… Continue reading Blender Corn Tikkis