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Tomato Shorba – Spiced Tomato Soup

Flavor packed with warm spices, Tomato Shorba is an Indian tomato soup that was introduced by the Mughals. It is typically prepared with only tomatoes, but I like to add one red pepper and then roast it for maximum flavor burst.

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Aloo Tamatar Sabzi

Rustic bite size potatoes swimming in spiced vibrant tomato gravy, served with flaky poori, provides the perfect morning pleasure. I have a few weekend breakfast favorites and Aloo Tamatar Sabzi with poori tops the list. It’s a simple comfort stew that is loved by every Indian that I know. Every family has their own version of this sabzi and I am sure they all taste equally good.

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How To Make Makhni Sauce

Makhni sauce is a vibrant, aromatic tomato sauce that you can use to prepare numerous lip smacking dishes. It is freezer friendly and comes in very handy on those busy days when you crave for restaurant like curries. I have been trying this makhni sauce recipe for several years now. And it has managed to create several wow moments.

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Shakshuka

She finely chopped some onions, tossed it with spices, poured tomato puree, allowed it cook for a while and then cracked a few eggs on top! I stood there, watching my roommate, as she effortlessly made our late night dinner. It was probably a version of Shakshuka that she was preparing but neither of us knew. In terms of cooking, that phase of my life was completely different. I had just moved out of home and knew absolutely nothing about cooking, let alone pull a meal together. I was just lucky to have lived with this amazing roommate who not…

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Tomato Tart with Basil and Paneer

Some weekend starts on a very lazy note with a cup of hot ginger tea at ten in the morning followed by zero plans to implement. It doesn’t happen often but whenever it does, Arvind takes every opportunity to make the day as unproductive as he can and at times, I tag along with the flow. We order takeout, be a couch potato and watch movies back to back while sipping some wine or beer in between.

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Vegetable Tartlets with Pesto Sauce

I love puff pastry! Be it sweet or savory, it manages to win my heart each time. The buttery crunchy bite is so amazing that it always makes me ask for more. Swirl them or fold them, make a knot or stuff them, these light flaky warm bites have always been one of my favorites. The smell of a freshly baked pastry is so comforting that it can instantly switch my mood from sad to happy :) Making puff pastry at home was out of the question until I saw the pastry sheets in the frozen section of the grocery store..…