Tag: Chutney

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Anjeer Ki Chutney or Fig Chutney | A Sanjeev Kapoor’s Recipe

My Mum has just arrived from Kolkata today. And if you think that the next few days of our kitchen lives will be spent smelling Mustard Oil and cooking Bengali food – absolutely not. On the contrary, I’ll be looking out for non-Bengali or non-Indian recipes from all my cookbooks. The good thing about this? I’ll probably be handling a lot of cookbooks that … Read More Anjeer Ki Chutney or Fig Chutney | A Sanjeev Kapoor’s Recipe

Locavorism, Friday Market | Tok Palong/Sour Spinach Chutney

Tok Palong/Sour Spinach (above) is a variant of the leafy green Spinach that we are so familiar with. Resembling more like Baby Spinach, these leaves are sour even when they are uncooked. Absolutely new to me, my taste-buds are totally thrilled with this new discovery. And no, I haven’t seen these Spinach variant in any supermarkets in Dubai. I got them from the vegetable … Read More Locavorism, Friday Market | Tok Palong/Sour Spinach Chutney

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Featured in Foodie BlogRoll & Green Mango Chutney!

I feel like a Chutney at this moment and hence this special post on a traditional Bengali Green Mango Chutney or Kaancha Aamer Chutney! Why Chutney? Well, to be honest Chutney is the only thing that can describe how I feel at this moment. My blog is being featured in this week’s FoodieBlogroll’s Featured Blogs! What does this mean to me? It means that … Read More Featured in Foodie BlogRoll & Green Mango Chutney!