Kashmiri tea recipes

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Kashmiri Noon Chai/Sheer Chai/Salted Tea

Kashmiri Noon Chai/Sheer Chai/Salted Tea

The tea is had at breakfast along with Kashmiri rotis (thick, spongy, round or oval shaped flat bread)
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Kashmiri Saffron Milk

Kashmiri Saffron Milk

It was a bit cold and I saw a sign for kesar milk (saffron milk) so impulsively ordered it instead of tea or coffee
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Kashmiri chai

Kashmiri chai

Kashmiri tea is automatised with green cardamom and star anise. These days the quintessential hot beverage is tea
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Lamb and Pea Samosas

Lamb and Pea Samosas

½ tsp kashmiri or red chilli powder. If you can’t get it you can use the juice of ½ a lime instead. Amchoor, Chilli, Coriander, Cumin, Egg, Filo Pastry, Garam Masala, Garlic, Ginger, India, Kashmiri chilli powder, Lamb, Lime, Mango Powder, Mint, Mustard seeds, Onions, Pea, Peas, Potato, Rick Stein, Samosa, Turmeric
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Curried prawn puffs

Curried prawn puffs

When mallu's talk about puffs, there's always a nostalgic story attached to it- would have had it for tea after school, would be from a favourite bakery in the neighbourhood, was lovingly made by mom etc
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Chicken Vindaloo

Chicken Vindaloo

Goes well with steamed rice or any Indian Breads. Chicken - 1 kgSalt to tasteTurmeric powder - 1/2 tea spoonVinegar - 3 table spoon. Kashmiri Red chilies - 10 (keep an eye on the spice upto  your level)Cumin - 1 tea spoonBlack pepper corns - 1 tea spoonCloves - 3-4Cinnamon - 1 stickStar Anise - 1 or 2                                                                                                                                    Coriander powder – 1 tbsp                                                                                                                    Mustard -   1 tsp. 1 tea
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Channa Masala for Bhature | Chole side dish for Bathure

Channa Masala for Bhature | Chole side dish for Bathure

You can add one tea bag in the cooker before pressure cooking for the beans to darken in colour. To add more darker colour to chickpeas add a tea bag in the pressure cooker and cook accordingly
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Broccoli 65

Broccoli 65

This can be eaten as a starter/ Appetizer or Tea time snack or even best Side dish with Rice and any curry (Dhal/ Sambar/Rasam)
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Achari Paneer Masala Recipe | Quick and Simple Achaari Paneer Curry Recipe

Achari Paneer Masala Recipe | Quick and Simple Achaari Paneer Curry Recipe

When it comes to roasting the spices, make sure that they are roasted on a lowest flame till their colour deepens and their perfume spread in my kitchen and teases your senses
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Kashmir: Enchanting Paradise

Kashmir: Enchanting Paradise

You can also have some local home-made cheese and Kashmiri tea, Kahwa along with rezwan on the way. The ancient and celebrated Kashmiriyat , the unique harmony between cultures and religions that characterized the region for over twenty years, unfortunately, is just a memory
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Full of Spice Supper Club by chef Alfred Prasad at Kew Gardens

Full of Spice Supper Club by chef Alfred Prasad at Kew Gardens

Kashmiri kahwa tea. Saffron tea with flaked almonds - nice. Full of Spice SupperClub Kew Gardens - The Orangery
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Travel Guide: Kashmir

Travel Guide: Kashmir

You can also have some local home-made cheese and Kashmiri tea, Kahwa along with rezwan on the way. The ancient and celebrated Kashmiriyat , the unique harmony between cultures and religions that characterized the region for over twenty years, unfortunately, is just a memory
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Sake and Spice at Moti Mahal, Covent Garden

Sake and Spice at Moti Mahal, Covent Garden

Next, Barra Peshwari, delicious lamb cutlets spiced with caraway, kashmiri chillies and served with mooli raita and avocado chutney was paired with Kimura Fukukomachi Daiginjo sake
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Versatile Garlic Chutney / Masala - Ramp Up The Red !

Versatile Garlic Chutney / Masala - Ramp Up The Red !

red chilli powder or Kashmiri red chilli powder ( or adjust to your liking ). Whole grains, beans and legumes, nuts, fatty fish, and teas are just as important as an abundance of fruit, vegetables and herbs in many colours, shape and sizes, While we are discussing about good and healthy foods, how can we forget Garlic
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In the mix: bloggers’ favourite spice mix recipes

In the mix: bloggers’ favourite spice mix recipes

If you’re making it the traditional way, you use a Japanese Oriental curry powder but if this is hard to find, you can, as Johanna does in her recipe, use an Indian curry powder instead
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memories of a persian dinner + a whipped ricotta and radish tartine

memories of a persian dinner + a whipped ricotta and radish tartine

radishes – plump, squat globes the colour of ruddy pink cheeks, much like those of my kashmiri relatives