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Raw Mango Chutney | Kaacha Aamer Chaatni

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One of the best things about summer in India is the abundance of mangoes! Walking into a fruit store these days makes me feel like a kid in the candy store – so many varieties of mangoes to choose from! My father tends to go overboard while mango shopping but thanks to my mother, we …

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15 Cooking Hacks for the Budding HomeChef

This past year of learning the language of food, picking up recipes that have been in the family, understanding traditional cuisine and learning to adapt food to the local produce has been possible only owing to the parents – especially my mother.  Were it not for her support, I would still be making the occasional instant …

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Creamy Bengali ‘Mishti Doi’ (Sweet Yoghurt)

Mention that you are a Bengali and conversations are bound to lead to Rabindra Sangeet, Kolkata and food. There are assumptions galore that with Bengali genes you are a walking encyclopaedia of all things mentioned above. It’s rather amusing – for me at least – when I say I’m not very knowledgeable about either of …

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Street food delights: ‘Mangsho Ghughni’ (Mutton & Peas Curry)

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I’m still staggering under the amount of sweets I’ve gorged on in the past few days. Diwali season was literally a ‘mithai season’ (sweets season) for me with sweets made at home, others’ homes and store-bought making their merry way into my system. I won’t insult your intelligence by insisting ‘I couldn’t say no’. Nope, I could have …