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Authentic Indian kitchen and cooking, comprises of many specific tools and techniques. Although they have been replaced by modern cooking ware, one feels nostalgic to use the traditional methods on special occasions.It involves certain basic ingredients which are a must have in every Indian kitchen.
Chutney is a unique tangy, sweet, spicy condiment that can be used to compliment a variety of foods as well as adding flair to recipes. Includes history, description, recipes, and where to buy chutney
Chapatis are one of the most basic yet popular Indian flatbreads. This easy to follow recipe page shows you, via step by step instructions and photographs, precisely how to make chapatis at home.
I believe in passing on the legacy of cooking traditional Indian food to my children, just in the same way, as my mother has passed it on to me. If you are fond of eating river water fish, you would love the Rohu fish recipe, in mustard gravy. It’s delicious, when served hot with boiled rice.
Authentic Indian Potluck Curry Recipe is a great tasting main dish that is adaptable to the ingredients you have available on hand. It is quick, easy, and convenient since it only uses one pot, includes time saving techniques, and doesn't require you to run to the store for one more ingredient.
Biryani is a rice based dish, popular throughout much of Southern Asia. This page shows a number of recipes for biryani, suitable for omnivores and for vegetarians.
Kothu parotta is a spicy and flavourful street food of Chennai.
Parathas are flaky, wholemeal Indian flatbreads. This page shows a really easy way to make basic parathas as well as providing serving suggestions and a few ideas for simple, tasty recipe variations.
Mango lassi recipe and step-by-step instructions showing how to make mango lassi.