Chef’s Corner : Mar/Apr 2012

RECIPES INDIAIt has been almost a year since Prismma was launched and as we gear up for a long grueling summer ahead, our March issue brings you a selection of features that will inspire you as it takes you on a journey—exploring the vision and inspiration of individuals in the culinary world.

In India, every conversation starts with a cup of chai, and Gaurav Saria at Infintea introduces us to different forms of tea.

Teatime also means the usual accompaniments of snacks and Vijay Malhotra at the ITC Windsor shares his recipes. As the sun sets, it is time for a nice cocktail and Avinash brings us a few interesting fruit cocktails at the Cloud bar.

In an unusual addition to this segment we have Sattvic cuisine as served at the Isckon institutions. The famous Tirupathi vada is an all-time favourite and we also have a couple of other popular dishes.

The Mudaliyar cuisines of the south extends well beyond the popular breakfast dishes like idlis and dosas and Chef Velu at the Dakshin Sheraton shares his recipes.



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Indian Food Recipes

12 responses to “Chef’s Corner : Mar/Apr 2012”

  1. kk says:

    french – chicken cilantro skewers look awesome, can we use olive oil ??

  2. kk says:

    vietnamese- lemon grass graised lamb shanks, am all for U!!

  3. kk says:

    progressive european – tandoor roast a bit confused with the ingredients but the desserts, too good for me!!

  4. kk says:

    progressive india- chaats an all time favourite…the presentation is too gud but won’t fill up
    and sea food medley is a grt option for starters

  5. kk says:

    goan- the colors r so rich n the names so difficult

  6. kk says:

    bengal- where can we get duck eggs??? r they easily available??

  7. kk says:

    mudliyar- the kari chops- am not getting time to prepare this dish…((

  8. kk says:

    iscon- the tirupati wada r a part of the ramzaan fare as well and vetrilai thakkali seems delicious

  9. kk says:

    cocktails- can anyone tell me way is a cocktail known as cocktail?? n y does it always need alcohol to it??

  10. kk says:

    tea time- sandwiches, couldn’t make these anytime, but now i can…))
    chicken quiche n lemon tarts, i need a microwave

  11. kk says:

    infinitea- ek garam chai ki pyaali ho..!!
    interesting variations

  12. Kanchan says:

    liked the post on different kinds of tea–very interesting

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