No Worries Curries Blog
My first Holi experience was in the town of Vrindavan, the place in which Lord Krishna grew up and where over 5,000 temples stand in honour of this blue-skinned, much adored deity. I had driven with two flatmates/colleagues to this...
I am sure you have all had the pleasure of tasting Baba Ganoush, as a dip at some stage. In Arabic it literally means “pampered papa”. The more I look at recipes of the world the more I find similarities. In India we have Baingan Bharta which uses the same technique to roast the eggplant. The main difference is that we use it as a main served with rotis. You can choose to use it as a dip or a sandwich spread – whichever way it’s yummy.
‘Masala’ is a word of Indian origin and translates into ‘mixture’ or ‘blend’. ‘Chaat’ comes from the Hindi verb ‘chaatna’ and means ‘to lick’. It is a blend of spices which, when added to foods, results in uncontrollable finger-licking behaviour because it tastes that good. It is especially delicious when sprinkled on raw fruits and vegetables like cucumber, guava, mango and all kinds of salads.
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BUTTER CHICKEN is popular in countries all over the world The origin of this dish can be traced back to Delhi during the Mughal Empire.