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Mughlai Keema pockets (mughlai parantha)

It is a spicy pocket of food that is made out of flour that is stuffed with cooked minced meat or a stuffing of choice and then deep fried. Best served with a liberal dollop of tangy mint chutney, this paranta makes for a super tasty food to carry on picnics or even in the school tiffin box.

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Sinful Chocolate Fudge Brownies

The marriage of butter to chocolate is sure to produce something that can only be described as – decadent. Throw in some sugar, splash it with some vanilla and what do you get, if not sinful gooeyness. I tell you, if you whip up batch of these on a clammy …

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Laal Maans (red mutton curry)

The Indian state of Rajasthan has a rich cultural heritage. It is also the state where, it is believed, that the Rajput (warrior) clans originated. In the days of yore the state was divided into principalities.

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Phirni (rice pudding)

Traditionally, the phirni is set to chill in the fridge in earthen bowls. The bowls absorb the excess moisture and help the sweet set to the perfect thickness.

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Bhapa Doi (with saffron and mango)

Indian sweets or mithais as we call them are a significant part of our cuisine. They satiate not just our sweet cravings by serving as desserts but they are also an integral part of our pujas, festivals and in fact the cultural fabric of India. The mithai serves as the …

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Chocolate and Coffee tart

There is a decadence to chocolate desserts that is unmatched by any other. At least my teenage daughter thinks so. According to her, a dessert is not a dessert unless it has chocolate in it, the darker the better.

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