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Murgh makhani, more commonly referred to as butter chicken, is an Indian dish that has gained popularity all over the world, especially in restaurants. The dish can be traced back to Kundan Lal Gujral, who ran a
As summer comes to an end episode six, “Summer’s Soft Sigh to Sleep,” puts a nice end to the warm months. Shrimp and Pineapple Not-So Po’Boys,
In the fifth episode of her show, “A Rose by Any Other Name” Aarti puts an Indian twist on some all-American classics. The hot dogs she prepares may not be Indian but the dish is her childhood favorite
After all the great feedback about Aarti Party’s first episode, I have decided to review all of them! The fourth episode “Chai Paarti!” is my favorite one so far. Samosas are traditional chai time snacks. Aarti puts her own
The third episode of Aarti Party, “Summer Lovin’” features dishes such as Pulled Pork with Mango BBQ Sauce and a crunchy and tangy Apple-Lime-Peanut Slaw. The meal concludes with Aarti’s decadent “Come’ Ere
In the second episode of Aarti Party, “What Storms May Come” Aarti transforms everyday chicken with an exotic Indian twist. She shares recipes that are perfect for a rainy day. I Ain’t Chicken Chicken, a crispy
Indian Food Made Easy is hosted by Anjum Anand on the Cooking Channel. Anjum grew up in London but has also lived and studied in Geneva, Paris and Madrid. After gaining a European business degree she
Ramadan Mubarak/Ramadan Kareem everyone! In case, you didn’t already know, Edible Arrangements carries Ramadan Bouquets! This year they have three bouquets. A bit of a change from last year when they
Did you know that Edible Arrangements is coming to India? They already have fresh fruit bouquets available at their 868 stores worldwide and can also be ordered online or by phone. Each bouquet can be complemented
As you may have heard Aarti Sequeira won “The Next Food Network Star” and will be hosting a new Indian-inspired cooking show. Aarti, a Los Angeles food blogger, competed along with others in a 10 week heated
The only curry Americans know is “curry” not “kadhi.” Both curry and curry “powder” have become synonymous with Indian cooking. It is a HUGE misconception that curry powder is a key ingredient in curry
Popcorn is a very versatile food and snack. Put an Indian twist on it with the addition of a few traditional spices.
Curry Puffs are a favorite at snack times and with tea. They are very simple to make with just a few ingredients on hand.
Achaar is no longer made in many homes anymore. It can be a tedious process but there are also quicker and easier ways to have homemade achaar
We all know what a huge role masalas, or spices, play in our cuisine! No dish is complete without an extensive use of spice but what exactly is the reason behind it?
Mangos are grown in tropical climates all over the world. The mangos in the U.S. come mostly from Mexico, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Guatemala and Haiti. These countries harvest their mango crops at different times of
Ramzan Mubarak! Ramzan is finally here and with it so are those delicious foods like pakoras and samosas which many people try to stay away from the rest of the year because of their fat and oil content but are
Leftover rice is one thing but leftover plain, white rice is quite another issue! Biryanis and pulaos can easily be consumed by themselves the next day but what about plain rice. You could eat it the next day but it’s
Summer is definitely mango season and with summer coming to an end very soon now is the best time to take advantage of those ripe sweet mangoes before it’s too late! If you can’t find Indian mangoes in your
Take advantage of the summer mangoes and make your own fresh mango pulp. Then mix it with milk and check for sweetness. Pour it into miniature molds and there you go! All you have to do is freeze your
Methi, also known as fenugreek, can be easily found at specialty stores. We strongly recommend using fresh methi. Make sure you wash and clean the leaves well as they often tend to have a lot of dirt and grime on
Imagine this…you just made some dhokla for your guests or family and at the last minute you realize you don’t have any chutney to serve it with. You could just run to your local store and pick up some but you probably
With Eid, Diwali, and many other festivals right around the corner Arzoo Mag brings you the ultimate guide to mithai.
Vegetable Pakoras can be made with potatoes, eggplants, onions, or any other vegetable of your choice.
One of the simplest desserts to make is Besan Halwa. The best part about it is that it’s made using a popular and basic Indian staple, besan. It can be made in a hurry when you need a last minute sweet dish.
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy kulfi. Maybe you’re having some friends over and