Chicken Hindustani

Before India was independent, Hyderabad State was a free and separate country, and people from the neighboring parts of India, especially north of Hyderabad, were referred to as Hindustani. So was their language and cuisine, which is quite different from Hyderabadi cuisine. Of course, each region of India today has its own unique cuisine and there […]

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Shakshuka

This is an easy and filling breakfast (that can also be eaten for lunch or dinner) that’s eaten widely across the Middle East, from to Palestine to Bahrain, in various forms. I’ve added an Indian twist to it! Preparation time: 5 min Cooking time: 10-15 min Serves: 4-6 Ingredients 1 tbsp ginger-garlic paste 2 tbsp olive oil […]

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Cheesy Sausage Fettuccine

The best part about this recipe is that it’s unabashedly made from store-bought ingredients which are probably in your fridge right now. Not organic or made-from-scratch, just easy weekend pasta for someone who’s too busy or tired to visit the farmers’ market or make an elaborate meal. And the taste will not betray its humble […]

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Not-so-Basic Béchamel Sauce

The biggest changes in your life will happen in the shortest span of time. Blink, and the world has changed. To follow up that dramatic statement, here’s a quick cream sauce that not only takes very less time to make, it is absolutely impossible to make it in a longer time! Everything happens instantly, and […]

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Fifteen-minute Farfalle

When you really don’t feel like cooking after a long day of work, this quick-fix recipe will motivate you because of its ease of preparation and simplicity. Using any ingredients you may have on hand, you’ll have a delicious and filling dinner ready in no time! In fact, I won’t even list out the ingredients […]

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