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  • rakemaster3 - Rekha @rakemaster3 3 minutes ago
  • Continuing my “Modern meets my mommy’s cooking” streak and went to my fave @babujinyc. Like Rahi & Baar Baar, Babu Ji also has cool Indian fusion dishes like the ones we got - General Tso’s Cauliflower (Gobi Manuchurian) and Naan Pizza (Cheese pizza w/ sweet chutney on mini naans). It was so delish my dudes 🥺🥰 Continuing my “Modern meets my mommy’s cooking” streak and went to my fave @babujinyc. Like Rahi & Baar Baar, Babu Ji also has cool Indian fusion dishes like the ones we got - General Tso’s Cauliflower (Gobi Manuchurian) and Naan Pizza (Cheese pizza w/ sweet chutney on mini naans). It was so delish my dudes 🥺🥰
  • Continuing my “Modern meets my mommy’s cooking” streak and went to my fave @babujinyc. Like Rahi & Baar Baar, Babu Ji also has cool Indian fusion dishes like the ones we got - General Tso’s Cauliflower (Gobi Manuchurian) and Naan Pizza (Cheese pizza w/ sweet chutney on mini naans). It was so delish my dudes 🥺🥰
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  • halalfoodhunterss - The Food and Travel Couple @halalfoodhunterss 19 minutes ago
  • So theres this new exciting place that we have visited this week and cant wait to tell you all about it.

We both love Indian Street food as its comforting and something the whole family can enjoy. So when we got invited to try out @pakkaindianuk we were both excited.

We tried out the following items:
* Samosa Chaat
* Chicken Tikka Sandwich
* Masala Fries
* Mango Lassi
* Limca

The Samosa chaat was amazing, it had the right flavour profile, it was sweet , tangy , spicy and crunchy. It was perfectly balanced and tasted great.

The chicken tikka sandwich was nice and crispy on the outside, not overly greasy. It was soft on the inside and also consisted of 3 layers of bread.
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The chicken tikka filling itself was nicely spiced and not complex in flavour, it reminds you of the sandwiches you get in India 😁. . .
The Masala Fries were nice and crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, the masala used to coat the fries was not overly spiced, it had great flavour and we both enjoyed it a lot.

The Mango lassi balanced everything well and it was a nice and sweet and had a great mango flavour to it.

The limca drink is just pure bliss, if you haven't had it before, its an indian lomanade which isn't acidic rather its well balanced and not too fizzy its perfect in the heat and its perfect to quench your thirst.

𝑯𝒖𝒏𝒕𝒆𝒓𝒔 𝑶𝒗𝒆𝒓𝒂𝒍𝒍 𝑹𝒂𝒕𝒊𝒏𝒈 : 10/10
𝑭𝒐𝒐𝒅: 10/10
𝑺𝒆𝒓𝒗𝒊𝒄𝒆: 10/10
𝑷𝒓𝒊𝒄𝒆: 10/10 So theres this new exciting place that we have visited this week and cant wait to tell you all about it. We both love Indian Street food as its comforting and something the whole family can enjoy. So when we got invited to try out @pakkaindianuk we were both excited. We tried out the following items: * Samosa Chaat * Chicken Tikka Sandwich * Masala Fries * Mango Lassi * Limca The Samosa chaat was amazing, it had the right flavour profile, it was sweet , tangy , spicy and crunchy. It was perfectly balanced and tasted great. The chicken tikka sandwich was nice and crispy on the outside, not overly greasy. It was soft on the inside and also consisted of 3 layers of bread. . . The chicken tikka filling itself was nicely spiced and not complex in flavour, it reminds you of the sandwiches you get in India 😁. . . The Masala Fries were nice and crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, the masala used to coat the fries was not overly spiced, it had great flavour and we both enjoyed it a lot. The Mango lassi balanced everything well and it was a nice and sweet and had a great mango flavour to it. The limca drink is just pure bliss, if you haven't had it before, its an indian lomanade which isn't acidic rather its well balanced and not too fizzy its perfect in the heat and its perfect to quench your thirst. 𝑯𝒖𝒏𝒕𝒆𝒓𝒔 𝑶𝒗𝒆𝒓𝒂𝒍𝒍 𝑹𝒂𝒕𝒊𝒏𝒈 : 10/10 𝑭𝒐𝒐𝒅: 10/10 𝑺𝒆𝒓𝒗𝒊𝒄𝒆: 10/10 𝑷𝒓𝒊𝒄𝒆: 10/10
  • So theres this new exciting place that we have visited this week and cant wait to tell you all about it. We both love Indian Street food as its comforting and something the whole family can enjoy. So when we got invited to try out @pakkaindianuk we were both excited. We tried out the following items: * Samosa Chaat * Chicken Tikka Sandwich * Masala Fries * Mango Lassi * Limca The Samosa chaat was amazing, it had the right flavour profile, it was sweet , tangy , spicy and crunchy. It was perfectly balanced and tasted great. The chicken tikka sandwich was nice and crispy on the outside, not overly greasy. It was soft on the inside and also consisted of 3 layers of bread. . . The chicken tikka filling itself was nicely spiced and not complex in flavour, it reminds you of the sandwiches you get in India 😁. . . The Masala Fries were nice and crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, the masala used to coat the fries was not overly spiced, it had great flavour and we both enjoyed it a lot. The Mango lassi balanced everything well and it was a nice and sweet and had a great mango flavour to it. The limca drink is just pure bliss, if you haven't had it before, its an indian lomanade which isn't acidic rather its well balanced and not too fizzy its perfect in the heat and its perfect to quench your thirst. 𝑯𝒖𝒏𝒕𝒆𝒓𝒔 𝑶𝒗𝒆𝒓𝒂𝒍𝒍 𝑹𝒂𝒕𝒊𝒏𝒈 : 10/10 𝑭𝒐𝒐𝒅: 10/10 𝑺𝒆𝒓𝒗𝒊𝒄𝒆: 10/10 𝑷𝒓𝒊𝒄𝒆: 10/10
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  • incredible.kitchen - Kanwal @incredible.kitchen 21 hours ago
  • Mango Pickle 🌿 Aam ka Achaar
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Recipe on the blog @incredible.kitchen
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Summer in India brings scorching heat but it also brings an abundance of summer foods and drinks.
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Cooling drinks such as lassi and rose-flavoured roo-afza, vegetable such as okra, bitter gourd, and cucumber, fruits like cantaloupes, melons and best of all mangoes! The mango season starts in late May and continues until August. Mangoes come in abundance of flavours and varieties such as langra, dussehra, tota, chausa, kesari, alphonso and my favourite, safeda.
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I don't think any fruits comes close to the taste and decadence of mangoes. When we were kids, we use to fight over who will get the biggest mango. And my mom, to this day, makes sure that she gets a bigger share of the mangoes than my dad! She keeps a close tally on how many mangoes that my dad has eaten. And this despite the fact that my parents eat mangoes every day during the summers!
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While mangoes are devoured like there is no tomorrow, people try to preserve mangoes in the form of pickles and chutneys to enjoy their golden goodness through out the year. While we have dozens of varieties of pickles in India, mango pickle is one of the most important pickles in the Indian cuisine. It's as ubiquitous in India as the salt and pepper on the western dining tables.
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When we were kids, my mom would make dozen of kilos of mango pickle every summer to last us the whole year. The whole family would get involved and the weekend would be spent in cleaning, drying, peeling, cutting the mangoes, mixing and storing the pickle. I doubted that we kids added any real value as our main motivation was to steal as many slices of raw mangoes as possible to eat with salt!
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This is a much cherished recipe from my childhood. It's one of the best recipes for mango pickle that you will come across. I hope that you will give it a try!
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#myincrediblekitchen#mangoes#pickle#summerfood
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#eeeeeats #feedfeed#hereismyfood#fromscratch#onmyplate#f52gram#londoneating#hautecuisines#recipeoftheday#punjabi#fresh#getminimal##tbt #instagram#londoner#punjabi#food#england#green Mango Pickle 🌿 Aam ka Achaar 🌿 Recipe on the blog @incredible.kitchen 🌿 Summer in India brings scorching heat but it also brings an abundance of summer foods and drinks. 🌿
Cooling drinks such as lassi and rose-flavoured roo-afza, vegetable such as okra, bitter gourd, and cucumber, fruits like cantaloupes, melons and best of all mangoes! The mango season starts in late May and continues until August. Mangoes come in abundance of flavours and varieties such as langra, dussehra, tota, chausa, kesari, alphonso and my favourite, safeda.
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I don't think any fruits comes close to the taste and decadence of mangoes. When we were kids, we use to fight over who will get the biggest mango. And my mom, to this day, makes sure that she gets a bigger share of the mangoes than my dad! She keeps a close tally on how many mangoes that my dad has eaten. And this despite the fact that my parents eat mangoes every day during the summers! 🌿
While mangoes are devoured like there is no tomorrow, people try to preserve mangoes in the form of pickles and chutneys to enjoy their golden goodness through out the year. While we have dozens of varieties of pickles in India, mango pickle is one of the most important pickles in the Indian cuisine. It's as ubiquitous in India as the salt and pepper on the western dining tables. 🌿
When we were kids, my mom would make dozen of kilos of mango pickle every summer to last us the whole year. The whole family would get involved and the weekend would be spent in cleaning, drying, peeling, cutting the mangoes, mixing and storing the pickle. I doubted that we kids added any real value as our main motivation was to steal as many slices of raw mangoes as possible to eat with salt! 🌿
This is a much cherished recipe from my childhood. It's one of the best recipes for mango pickle that you will come across. I hope that you will give it a try! 🌿 #myincrediblekitchen#mangoes#pickle#summerfood . . . . . . . #foodgram#londonfood#indianfood #indianrecipes #indianfoodies #london #eeeeeats #feedfeed#hereismyfood#fromscratch#onmyplate#f52gram#londoneating#hautecuisines#recipeoftheday#punjabi#fresh#getminimal##tbt #instagram#londoner#punjabi#food#england#green
  • Mango Pickle 🌿 Aam ka Achaar 🌿 Recipe on the blog @incredible.kitchen 🌿 Summer in India brings scorching heat but it also brings an abundance of summer foods and drinks. 🌿
Cooling drinks such as lassi and rose-flavoured roo-afza, vegetable such as okra, bitter gourd, and cucumber, fruits like cantaloupes, melons and best of all mangoes! The mango season starts in late May and continues until August. Mangoes come in abundance of flavours and varieties such as langra, dussehra, tota, chausa, kesari, alphonso and my favourite, safeda.
🌿
I don't think any fruits comes close to the taste and decadence of mangoes. When we were kids, we use to fight over who will get the biggest mango. And my mom, to this day, makes sure that she gets a bigger share of the mangoes than my dad! She keeps a close tally on how many mangoes that my dad has eaten. And this despite the fact that my parents eat mangoes every day during the summers! 🌿
While mangoes are devoured like there is no tomorrow, people try to preserve mangoes in the form of pickles and chutneys to enjoy their golden goodness through out the year. While we have dozens of varieties of pickles in India, mango pickle is one of the most important pickles in the Indian cuisine. It's as ubiquitous in India as the salt and pepper on the western dining tables. 🌿
When we were kids, my mom would make dozen of kilos of mango pickle every summer to last us the whole year. The whole family would get involved and the weekend would be spent in cleaning, drying, peeling, cutting the mangoes, mixing and storing the pickle. I doubted that we kids added any real value as our main motivation was to steal as many slices of raw mangoes as possible to eat with salt! 🌿
This is a much cherished recipe from my childhood. It's one of the best recipes for mango pickle that you will come across. I hope that you will give it a try! 🌿 #myincrediblekitchen#mangoes#pickle#summerfood . . . . . . . #foodgram#londonfood#indianfood #indianrecipes #indianfoodies #london #eeeeeats #feedfeed#hereismyfood#fromscratch#onmyplate#f52gram#londoneating#hautecuisines#recipeoftheday#punjabi#fresh#getminimal##tbt #instagram#londoner#punjabi#food#england#green
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