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New age stand-up comics of India

New age stand-up comics of India

March 30, 2020

With smartphones becoming a way of life, social media has become a powerful tool to reach the audience. Venturing into this, many new age comics from India decided to share their bone-tickling content on YouTube, attracting a great response. Here are some of them. With a userbase...

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Indian weddings going the sustainable way

Indian weddings going the sustainable way

September 10, 2019

Indian weddings are generally associated with a series of festivities full of glitz, glamour and grandeur. While some couples still want a fairytale wedding like those from a Yash Raj movie, the new generation is moving towards subtler intimate ceremonies and eco-friendly options...

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Glamour is no child’s play

Glamour is no child’s play

August 2, 2019

The glamorous world of fashion has always fascinated millions. With the advent of technology and exposure to the internet, this fascination is growing, particularly amongst kids.

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Ever tried the Indian halwa?

Ever tried the Indian halwa?

June 20, 2019

A traditional sweet-dish with varied recipes in different parts of India, halwa is simple and delectable. While its conventional versions are made using wheat or semolina, some unusual variants use fruits and vegetables for the preparation.

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Giving the much-loved momos innovative edges

Giving the much-loved momos innovative edges

June 11, 2019

A popular street snack in Delhi, momos or dumplings are now being experimented with in fancy kitchens as well as the street kiosks, where chefs are stuffing them with ingredients such as coconut, vodka, chocolate, and even chaat! The tangy flavour of Gujarati sriracha sauce and c...

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The good old golgappas, and the new ones

The good old golgappas, and the new ones

May 24, 2019

From street-side stalls to restaurant tables, this snack has not just made its way to professional menus but has also caught the fancy of modern chefs, who are playing with it and making their gourmand guests happy.

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Five chutney recipes for a saucy supper

Five chutney recipes for a saucy supper

May 17, 2019

Experiment with fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices. Mash and mix them to make flavourful chutneys or dips.

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Karele Ki Shaami | Recipe Guide in English | Metropolitan Hotel, Delhi

Karele Ki Shaami | Recipe Guide in English | Metro

May 6, 2019

Recipe guide to a vegetarian version of kebabs Experimenting with bitter gourd and cheese Traditionally a non-vegetarian savoury,  kebabs have interesting vegetarian versions also. This one is made with bitter gourd and cheese.  Follow this simple recipe to make Karele ke Shamm...

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Recipe guide to a new and tangy version of kebabs

Recipe guide to a new and tangy version of kebabs

May 3, 2019

We are at Chutney Bar+Tandoor¸a pan-Indian restaurant, at the Metropolitan Hotel in New Delhi and learning how to make a unique version of the good old kebabs. They are vegetarian and sweet and sour. With a distinctive orange flavour, the malai santra (orange cream) kebabs melt ...

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Food review: North Indian food made suitable for subtle palates

Food review: North Indian food made suitable for s

April 24, 2019

Offering some new tastes to unravel in familiar dishes, Chutney is a restaurant being playful and subtle with flavours, all at the same time!

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