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Gajar Halwa with Pistachio nuts

Gajar (Carrot) Halwa is a quintessential Indian & Pakistani dessert made with carrots, ghee, milk, sugar and flavored with cardamom. It’s rich, creamy, moist and super tasty. Although this dish is ate in the winter as it taste’s best when warm, many eat this dish through the summer cold with a dollop of ice-cream. INGREDIENTS […]

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Ramadan: PISTA SAMOSA

Khazana, Saliha Mahmood Ahmed Today the samosa is considered a quintessentially Indian delicacy.In actual fact, the history of the samosa is far more complex and cosmopolitan. Food historians agree that the Mughals helped popularise this dish on the Indian subcontinent, but its originsseem to lie in the Middle East and central Asia, where it was […]

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Make Seabass with Shelina Permalloo (Seabass Recipe)

The best food always brings you back home – and for MasterChef winner Shelina, home is Mauritius, a land of sea and surf, warmth and sunshine. Shelina’s dazzling food is inspired by her Mauritian heritage, and Sunshine on a Plate showcases a stunning array of simple, subtly spiced dishes – from street food like chilli […]

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Lamb Chops by East End

INGREDIENTS 8 pieces lamb chops 3/4 tsp. garlic paste 1/2 cup yoghurt 1 tsp. aniseed, 1 tsp, East End red chilli powder 5 cloves 3 1/2 tbsp. oil 1 tbsp. East End lemon juice, 1 tsp ginger paste 2 tsp. East End gram flour a small piece of raw papaya 1/2 tsp. East End black […]

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