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Pistachio Kulfi

Pistachio Kulfi Serves 6 to 8.  Make ahead – Kulfi stays in freezer for a long time. Ingredients:    16 oz. whipping cream 1 can (14 oz.) evaporated milk 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk 2 tbs. pistachio pieces 1/2 tsp. pistachio flavoring 2 drops of green coloring (optional)           Method:         Blend all ingredients a […]

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15 Bengali Vegetarian Dishes You Need To Taste Once In Your Life

by Anwesha Maiti It’s raining outside, and I have just been back from home, Bengal, the best place on earth for a foodie. You can probably guess how I feel right now! When I say that I nearly stuffed myself to death with food, believe me, I am not exaggerating. What with trying to make my […]

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Kaju Mutton Video

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New fifth branch of SodaWaterBottleOpenerwala (SBOW)

Mumbai, the home ground of Irani cafes and culinary fanatic Parsis, readies to judge a hospitality veteran on nostalgia. Phorum Dalal drops in for chai. Hospitality veteran AD Singh traces his fascination for the Zoroastrian community that totals a minuscule 1,30,000 globally, to his childhood. Hathikhanawala was the surname of a set of family friends, […]

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Here’s a sneak peek of Off The Hook, a specialist seafood retail store in Breach Candy

                                by Melissa D’Costa D’Silva Given a choice fishetarians would love to get their hands on the freshest catch of the day, however, considering many don’t have the time to fish for themselves, most rely on local fish markets to get […]

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The Mango Jamun

  I love home-made Gulab Jamuns and I have already mentioned my love for mangoes. So I thought of combining my loves and trust me, what came out of the combination was truly amazing…. So here’s presenting The Mango Jamun !!! The mango flavour tastes so good with the sugary jamun syrup that you do […]

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Audh – forgotten but now remembered

Audh is a better mood elevator than a bar of chocolate! The primary ingredient in this is rice. It is one Parsi (forgotten but now remembered) dish Audh can be ready in less than 1 hour. Audh is served as Dessert. Ingredients: 1 1/4 cups fine rice flour 2 cups icing sugar 225 grams ghee […]

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