Copper Chimney is one of those safe, tried and tested places where you can never go wrong with its reliable and tasty Mughlai-inspired fare. Here you will find some of the most delicious bad-for-you North Indian food in the city with perfect harmony between distinctive flavors, sophisticated textures and artful presentation. 239 more words
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Farbeit from me to cast aspersions on Thailand (that’s exactly the sort of thing I do having lived there for five months) but they are extremely ethnocentric and it always takes experiencing a country that is so entirely the opposite in order to notice it(45). 68 more words
Garlic, butter, cheese, flour.
Some cooks mix these ingredients up pretty well. Garlic toast is one, tapas another. And then there’s garlic naan, a leavened and thick flatbread that’s baked with mince garlic and a slab of salted butter and cheese. 446 more words
Naan-Indian Flat bread- Olive Naan, Garlic Naan, Nigella seeds & Coriander Naan- No yeast and Stovetop version
Naan, like many Indian foods is a worldwide favourite. Traditionally ,fluffy naan is made with all-purpose flour and yeast. The dough is slapped against the chimney wall of a clay tandoor oven and baked over wood fires, but replication the same at home is quite challenging but its stovetop version is quite close to it. 680 more words
For many, many years, I thought that I just didn’t like Indian food. But as it turns out, I’ve just had bad Indian food in the past :/ Fortunately, a friend was very adamant on us eating Indian since he had recently discovered it himself while on a recent trip to Northern California. 467 more words