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A Tall Glass Of Lassi RADHIKA
It's that time of the year again ... and it calls for that great Punjabi drink which refreshes, fills and invigorates. Here's a quick step-by-step to do it just right.
Punjabi Chicken Masala
I make this Punjabi chicken recipe regularly as it goes very well with any kind of Punjabi flat bread or mildly spiced rice or palao.
Reviving Traditional Punjabi Cuisine by SWATI GOEL SHARMA
Not many youngsters know 'choori', comprising of paranthas, broken up and mixed with shakkar and ghee, was what their parents grew up relishing.
Rice With Punjabi-Style Mushrooms by BAL ARNESON
Every time I go to a farmers’ market, I think I must be in heaven. So many fresh vegetables, and so many strange-looking mushrooms!
Food For Thought ... And Vice Versa
by JEFF GORDINIER
Mindful eating is not a diet, or about giving up anything at all. It’s about experiencing food more intensely - especially the pleasure of it.
The Old Man And The Punjabi Pinni by KHUSHWANT SINGH (Chandigarh)
"Whenever I go for a marathon run or for an athletic event in Europe, the media keeps chasing me and asks me the mantra to stay fit. I tell them about the nutritious pinnis."
Punjab: Where People Live to Eat by ROSALIA SCALIA
Although I visit only a handful of cities in Punjab, I definitely eat my way through them and find myself wishing I could eat my way through the entire subcontinent.
Of Gooseberries & Mr. Singh, The Punjabi Cook by ROBYN ECKHARDT
His kitchen is spotless. Walking into the gurdwara on a Friday afternoon, we're encloaked in an intense fugue of spices ... Stainless steel gleams and light bounces off pristine white tiles.
Women on a Mission:
Punjab'n De Rasoi
by JOANNA BLYTHMAN
We could taste the feminine touch in the pakoras and the samosa, which were in another league from the greasy, heavy offerings that often bear that name.
Life in a Churn by SHUBHRA KRISHAN
A teardrop slides down Santosh Kaur’s rosy cheeks as she recalls how much her husband Lakhan Singh loves chickpeas the way she makes them.