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A chutney made from Hibiscus leaves

If you are at the market and someone tries to sell you what they call ‘sorrel’ leaves, stop and give them the eye. Because you see, sorrel just means ‘sour’ and it does not tell you what kind of sour leaf this is. 730 more words

Food

Kiwi and Pineapple Chutney

Sometime last year, we were having a girls’ night out at my friend N’s house. I happened to taste this incredibly delicious Kiwi and Lime Chutney at her place, which she had picked up during her travels to  Himachal Pradesh. 283 more words

Recipes

Welcome to our new site

We have been working hard this year concocting and testing a variety of recipes and have narrowed them down to what we now have on this site. 114 more words

Aberdeenshire

The Authentic Andhra Tomato Pacchadi

Tomatoes are an integral part of Karnataka and Andhra cuisine, if I may say so. Having lived for a while in Andhra and the rest of my life in Karnataka, I can safely claim this. 271 more words

Andhra Cuisine

Beeutiful!... Beet and Blueberry Chutney

Autumn is one of my favorite seasons. As an avid gardener I am surrounded by natural beauty of each day but I’m always amazed unique colours produced during this time. 460 more words

Autumn

Maharashtrian Kanda Lasun Masala / Onion garlic Powder ....

My love affair with Maharastrian cuisine started around a year or so back when one of my very dear friend introduced me to it . I have eaten it before as my hubby was from Mumbai , but it was mainly street food . 463 more words

Indian Cuisine