Food was always the centre of most Anglo Indian celebrations like weddings and Christmas when signature dishes like Dak Bungalow Chicken curry and Railway Mutton Curry were served.
New Year 2022 is just around the corner. Here is a quick and fuss-free recipe that can liven up your new celebrations without much effort.
Indian food history not only glosses over the foods of ancient Indiawhat really did people eat when spices were fewer and techniques more basic but also what happened to our cuisines in the Colonial ...
Soups were probably not a thing in 18th Century cuisine. There are quite a few legends about the mulligatawny soup. Read on to know more.
Railway mutton curry is one of the most interesting and popular dishes from the cuisine and the story behind it too is no less.
Bringing a slice from the history, Chapter 2 in Kolkata is making its patrons experience the delicious Anglo-Indian cuisine.
Indian chefs often experiment with the recipes and ingredients, true! But a spicy and crispy 'Crab Samosa' served with mango chutney is something that would surely make you think about the level of creativity and ...
The Anglo-Indian cuisine was truly celebrated in colonial institutions like gentleman's clubs, railway kitchens and Army messes.
Dak Bungalow (or Bangla) cuisine, sadly, is a near-forgotten culinary treasure that survives among a few remaining khansama families and Anglo Indian households. Rajika Bhandari's The Raj on the Move retraces some of these flavours ...
Mulligatawny is a Tamil word that translates to 'pepper-water' or 'pepper-broth'. There are many stories connected to its origin. So let us take you through the mysterious yet interesting history of Mulligatawny soup.