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spinach & coconut raita

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meethi lassi

This is a sweet lassi.

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masala lassi

This is a salty lassi.

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aam ka murabba

This is a mango chutney.

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mango pickle southern style

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date and tamarind chutney

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pudine ki chatni

This is a mint chatni.

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fresh coconut chutney

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pudine ki chatni

This is a mint chatni.

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sambhar masala

This is ideal for sambhar.

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kadhai masala

This is ideal for chicken.

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balchao masala

This is ideal for eggplant and seafood.

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salan masala

This is ideal for lamb, chicken, beef and goat.

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panch phoron

This is ideal for lentils and fish.

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coriander & mint chatni

This is ideal for any kebab.

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mint raita

This is ideal for hot dishes and thalis.

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coondapour masala

ideal for chicken and duck

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bharuchi garam masala

This is ideal for poultry and white meat.

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7 responses »

  1. Hi Ajoy, my father and uncle *really* like your lemon pickle but you’ve not had any in stock for ages. Would it be possible to publish the recipe on your blog please so I can endeavour to make him some? Many thanks, Catherine

    Reply
    • Hello Catherine,
      Great to hear from you.
      We still make our lemon pickles for the restaurant but don’t bottle it anymore as there isn’t much demand for it.
      However, will send you the recipe by Monday.
      Hope that is ok.

      Happy cooking!!

      Reply
  2. Fantastic! Thank you so much, Ajoy. You’ve made two old men very happy :O) Have a great weekend!

    Reply
  3. Hi Ajoy,
    I was in your restaurant last month and absolutely loved your lamb starters, biryani and lehsun chutney you served with it… Since then I have been looking for those recipes to try it myself for my husband( he loved it) but nothing could match the taste of your dishes… Please please please share your lehsun chutney recipe and others too if possible..
    Thanks,
    Swati

    Reply
  4. Arijita Modak

    Hi, thanks for sharing your recipes. I always search for authentic recipes, and you really share some of those. Just one suggestion for panchphoron, it consists of 5 seeds- Celery seeds, Fennel, Methi seeds, cumin seeds and chilli seeds. Panch phoron consists of no Mustard seeds and celery must be added to get the exact taste and smell.

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