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Getti chutni is a simple versatile chutney to go with most South Indian foods. It is most commonly served with idli, vada or dosa.
Take some boiled eggs, onion, tomato and a few spices and you have anda chaat, another great street food from Delhi.
This Hyderabadi dish of lamb, cooked with leafy green vegetables, or saag gosht, is a restaurant and home-cooked favourite. Spiced lamb, covered with clinging silverbeet. It could be cooked with almost any leafy vegetable.
Pink gin is sharp and heavy, with its alluring colour hinting at its rich, dry taste. The traditional pre-dinner drink for the Raj.
Nimbu pani is the famous traditional and enormously refreshing lemonade from North India and Pakistan.
A dish from the street-vendor tradition of Delhi. Palak chaat is made from crispy fried spinach leaves and chaat dressings.
This recipe for bhuna gorur mangsho produces a dish that is rich and intense in character from the caramelisation of the onions and the frying of the spices. The meat cooks in its own juices, giving the dish a deep flavour.
A good prawn curry is hard to resist and this is a good prawn curry. Hot and tangy, malabari jinghri masala is from the Malabar coast and highlights the flavour of the prawns.
Lucknavi raan is a slow roasted lamb leg dish. It has a delicate taste that enhances the flavour of the meat, and is very visually appealing. A special occasion dish.
The classic North Indian dish. From Persia, it is not hot, but has a gentle and subtle spice background. Part of the flavour comes from the slightly charred outside of the chicken.
Fruit chaat, or phala chaat, is a blend of assorted fruits, preferably sweet acidic fruits, tossed with potatoes and chaat masala.
Sambar is a dish from the tradition of lentil-based vegetable soups from southern India. This is our family recipe for a simple vegetable sambar, or sabzi sambar.