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Recipe Alert // Paneer Croquettes & Dip For A Comfort Snack

Yummy crispy paneer cutlets that are just right for monsoon snacking. If you’re back early from work, you’ll love sitting on your couch watching GOT with a bowl of this. Serves: 3-4 Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes The Elements 500 grams paneer (cottage cheese), cut into small cubes ½ teaspoon cumin seeds…

The Classic Butter Chicken Recipe That’s Finger-Lickin’ Good!

Butter chicken, also known as Murgh Makhani, is without a doubt one of the most popular dishes to have emerged from North Indian cuisine. The chicken is typically marinated for several hours and is cooked in a rich, thick, mildly spiced, tomato-based gravy; and is often garnished with cream. Serves: 2-3 people Prep Time: 25…

6 Marinades For Spicing Up Your Weekly Chicken Meals

One of the simplest ways of flavouring food is to marinate it. The marinade itself could be extremely simple, or as complex as it gets, depending on the flavour notes that you’re trying to impart to your dish. Typically, the longer you let your food marinate, the more flavourful it is—since it soaks up all…

A Breakfast Muffin You’ll Need To Wake You Up Properly

We love this sweet twist on the delicious Croque Monsieur recipe, into muffins made out of bread! Are you ready for the challenge? Servings: 6 Muffins Prep Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 20 minutes The Elements:  Béchamel Sauce 30 grams butter 30 grams flour 190 ml milk A pinch of nutmeg 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard…

Chef Baron’s Meatball Marinara With Pasta // Level 100

Having gotten into cooking quite early in life I have faced quite a few challenging recipes. Trying to achieve that perfect “grandma!” umami in food you have grown up eating can be quite the pursuit for newly interested chefs. However, my two decade long prep to run a restaurant of my own finally yielded Bong Appetit. My…

Oh My Cod // Fish & Chips Done The Right Way

What can be better than something that soothes the palette and brightens the day? Crispy, comforting and simply irresistible, a plate of well-done fish and chips is enough to put a smile on your face. Though it is a quintessentially British take-away food, this recipe can be tried at home and can be a refreshing…

3 Easy South Indian Chutneys For Your Southie Cravings

From the land of giant coconut trees, where food is still cooked in earthenware pots and wrought iron vessels by the very experienced hands of loving grandmothers, we bring to you three chutneys that you absolutely need, to go with quintessential south Indian food. Roasted Tomato Chutney Prep Time: 10 mins Cook Time: 5 mins…

3 Unusual Mocktails With The Usual Elements In Your Pantry

Unannounced guests are a real thing and sometimes you just don’t have enough things stocked up to make elaborate cocktails. So, give the usual mocktails a miss and opt for these wacky yet delicious recipes that are easy to stir up in a short time. Atomic Cranberry  Sour, sweet and sassy! This drink is everything you…

Organic Red Thai Curry From The Devang House Kitchen

Have you ever made a Thai Curry from scratch? This recipe from Devang’s Executive Chef Priyam Kumar shows how you can make this delicious Asian dish using ingredients straight from nature. It’s a favourite at Devang House, and now we’re telling you how to make it! Serves: 2 The Elements: Thai Curry Paste 20 grams…

5 Easy But Genius Ice Cubes You Should Be Making At Home

Summers aren’t leaving and with the little bouts of rain and sun, you’ll want something to keep you cool. Try these inventive ice cubes to make your drinks entertaining and refreshing.  1. Lemon and Mint Ice Cubes Making mojito? (Virgin or not, we aren’t judging!) The usual ice cubes dilute the flavour, so try these lemon…