Ragi Ambli | Ragi Malt

Savoury Ragi Ambli | Ragi Malt: A Summer Cooler

Ragi Ambli (also called Ragi Malt) is one of those recipes that I forgot to blog about because it is oh-so-common in my home. Today, I was reminded of it by Pushpita of Pushpita’s Chakhum who requested the recipe. Pushipita’s blog is a treasure trove of Manipuri Recipes and I have been

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Virgin Mojito

Virgin Mojito

Last Saturday started off very well with a splendid early morning concert followed by a hearty breakfast with some good friends. I then decided to go to the bank to complete some work and that was the mistake. By the time I got to the bank, it was about 10:00 AM and

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Kaju Anjeer Milkshake - Cashew and Fig Milkshake

Kaju Anjeer Milkshake (Cashew Fig Milkshake)

With the onset of summer, my desire to eat a breakfast goes into a tailspin. I cannot be tempted to sit down to a breakfast in hot an sultry Mumbai. Forgoing breakfast makes me hungry and crabby, so I resort to drinking filling milkshakes as an alternative. One of my

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Ginger Lemon

Ginger Lemon is one of those drinks that you either love or you hate. Needless to say I love this spicy drink. Not only is it a great refresher in the scorching Indian summer, but also a wonderful digestive aid. Serves: 4 Time: 30 Minutes Ingredients Fresh Grated Ginger – 2 tbsp

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Beat the Heat with Summer Coolers

Hot and bothered in summer? Try these coolers: Masala Chaas – Spiced Buttermilk Nimmakaya Majjiga – Lemon Flavoured Buttermilk Jal Jeera – Cumin, Mint, Lemon, and Dry Mango Cooler Thandai – Spiced Milk with Dry Fruits Masala Milk – Milk with Pistachio, Cashew, Cardamom, and Saffron Kokum Sherbet – A

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Jal Jeera – A Delicious Summer Cooler with Cumin, Mint, and Lemon (And an appetizer to boot!)

It is that time of the year when Mumbai is on its path to melting tar and one is always looking ways to stay cool and hydrated. One my favourite appetizers (apart from Nimmkaya Majjiga) is Jal Jeera. Jal Jeera literally means Water (Jal) with Cumin (Jeera). However, it is much more.

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