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“I think careful cooking is love, don’t you? The loveliest thing you can cook for someone who’s close to you is about as nice a valentine as you can give” – Julia Child At Eat Treat, we chose to get swept up in all the romanticism, and play cupid from within the confines of our…
This whole roasted leg of lamb will be the show-stopper at your table. Setting up a Valentine’s Day dinner? This will basically impress your date immensely.
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A rich red soup with roasted garlic and beets.
After our trip and 25 amazing things to eat in Amritsar, there has hardly been any other talk at work. The taste of the famous kara prasad is still on the tips of our tongues and back of our minds. This homemade version of the iconic gurudwara kada prasad recipe had our heads spinning.
This paneer croquettes recipe is a vegetarian winner-over. Yummy crispy paneer cutlets that are just right for monsoon/winter evening snacking. If you’re back early from work, you’ll love sitting on your couch watching GOT with a bowl of this. Photo Courtesy Of: Madishetty Manasa
Vermicelli noodles in sweetened milk.
This butter chicken recipe, 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.
Our version of kheer with semolina instead of rice.