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Sunday, November 25, 2018


KALKALS or KULKULS are prepared all over India at Christmas time. A variant of ‘Filhoses Enroladas’ a Portuguese Christmas Sweet, Kalkals, (always referred to in the plural) are crunchy inch-long curled or shell shaped sweetened fried dough Sweets. Sugar and flour are combined with eggs, milk and butter to a soft dough and then small marble sized balls of this dough are rolled on the tines of a fork or a comb to form a shell or a scroll, then deep fried in hot oil. The dough is sometimes rolled out and cut into different shapes such as hearts, spades, diamonds etc with cutters or a knife and then deep fried in hot oil. The Kalkals / Kulkuls are later frosted or coated in hot melted sugar syrup. Since the preparation of  Kalkals is a time consuming process and requires many hands to help in its preparation, a separate day is designated as ‘Kalkal Day’ a few days before Christmas, when every member of the family spends a few hours rolling out his/her portion of the kalkal dough. While one doesn’t know how the name ‘Kalkals / Kulkuls’ got its nomenclature it is probably because of the “curls” of this particular Christmas Sweet.

RECIPE FOR KALKALS  (Fried sweetened balls of dough)
Serves 6  Preparation time 1 hour

I kg refined flour 
6 eggs beaten well
2 cups milk or thick coconut milk                
1 teaspoon salt                             
300 grams sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla essence
1 teaspoon baking powder             
Oil for deep frying

Mix the flour, salt, sugar and baking powder together. 
Add the coconut milk and eggs and knead to a soft dough. 
Keep aside for an hour. 
Form the kalkals by taking small lumps of the dough and roll on the back of a fork or a wooden kalkal mould, to form a scroll. 

Alternately, roll out the dough and cut into fancy shapes with kalkal or cookie cutters. Heat oil in a deep pan and fry as many kalkals as possible at a time. Keep aside.

To frost the kalkals, melt 1 cup of sugar with ½ cup of water and when the sugar syrup crystallizes pour over the kalkals and mix well. Store in air-tight boxes when cold.  

Sunday, November 11, 2018


Hot & Spicy Tripe (Boty Curry)

Spicy Tripe or Boty Curry was a very popular dish with the Anglo-Indian community. In the olden days it was prepared with freshly roasted and pounded ingredients. The Boty or the tripe would be washed well and cut into long thin strips then cooked in sufficient water for hours till tender over a firewood oven. Now with a pressure cooker the same dish can be prepared in just 45 minutes. It was served with bread or rice and sometimes as an accompaniment with drinks. Tripe tastes delicious with coconut rice.
1 kg Tripe either beef or mutton sliced thinly

2 large onions chopped

2 teaspoons chillie powder

1 teaspoon pepper powder

½  teaspoon turmeric powder 
3 tablespoons oil

1 teaspoon finely chopped ginger

2 teaspoons finely chopped garlic 
Salt to taste

2 green chillies slit lengthwise

1 teaspoon cumin powder

½  teaspoon coriander powder

½  cup cudla dhal (Bengal gram dhal) Optional 
2 potatoes boiled and peeled and cut into halves  

Wash the tripe well turning it inside and out. 
Cook it in sufficient water with the channa dhal (cudla dhal) / Bengal gram dhal and a little salt in a pressure cooker till soft. 
Drain and keep the soup aside. 
Heat the oil in a pan and sauté the onions, ginger and garlic lightly. 
Add the sliced cooked tripe tripe, salt, turmeric powder, chillie powder, cumin powder, coriander powder and pepper powder and mix well. 
Add the soup.
Cover and simmer on low heat till the gravy thickens. Add the boiled potatoes and mix once so that the gravy covers the potatoes.
Serve hot with rice or bread. Tripe goes really well with Coconut Rice

Sunday, September 23, 2018



Ingredients for the Pan Rolls
2 cups flour  
2  eggs beaten
1 cup milk
2 tablespoons melted butter
A pinch salt

Ingredients for the Mince
500 grams Beef Mince (or you could substitute with lamb, mutton or chicken)
1 medium onion chopped finely
1 teaspoon chopped garlic
1 teaspoon chopped ginger
2 medium size potatoes peeled and cut into very small pieces 
Salt to taste
2 teaspoons chillie powder
1 teaspoon garam masala powder or all spice powder
1 teaspoon cumin powder
1 teaspoon coriander powder
2 teaspoons chopped coriander leaves
1 egg lightly beaten
Oil for deep frying
1 cup dry bread crumbs

Cook the mince along with the chopped onion, garlic, ginger, potatoes, chillie powder, garam masala / all spice powder, cumin powder, coriander powder and salt with half cup of water on low heat,  till the potatoes are soft and the mince is cooked. Cool and keep aside.

Mix the flour, 3 eggs, milk, butter and salt with a little water to make a thin batter.  Make thin pancakes / crepes on a flat pan cooking them on one side only.

Place each pan cake / crepe on a plate, add a tablespoon of the cooked  mince on one end and roll up tucking in the sides as you would a spring roll. Follow the same procedure till all the mince and pancakes are exhausted.

Heat the oil in a pan. Dip each Panthras / Pan Roll in the beaten egg then roll in bread crumbs. Shallow fry a few Pathras at a time, until golden. Serve with tomato or chillie sauce

Friday, August 10, 2018



½ kg soup bones and pieces of meat preferably from the breast portion either beef or lamb or mutton
1 teaspoon cumin powder
1 teaspoon chillie powder
1 teaspoon pepper powder
1 teaspoon coriander powder
1/4  teaspoon turmeric powder
2 large onions chopped
2 large tomatoes chopped
Salt to taste
1 teaspoon crushed garlic
½ cup tamarind juice
 ½ cup coconut paste or coconut milk (optional)
2 tablespoons chopped coriander leaves for garnishing
Cook all the above ingredients with about 6 cups of water in a pressure cooker first on high heat then on low for ½ an hour till the meat and bones are soft and the pepper water is quite thick. 
Temper the Bone Pepper water with mustard seeds, curry leaves and chopped onion. Garnish with coriander leaves. Serve hot with plain rice and any foogath or chutney.

Friday, June 29, 2018


Carpet pudding is an easy to make ‘No bake’, delicious pudding recipe prepared by layering biscuits that have been dipped in coffee and thick cream flavoured with caramel. The Coffee  and caramel cream makes it a delicious dessert. The layering and decorating could be done    in different designs so as to resemble a carpet. Hence the name Carpet Pudding

2 packets Marie biscuit or any other digestive biscuits
1 tablespoon instant coffee powder
1/2 cup hot water
2 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons gelatin
1 cup boiling water
1/2 cup hot milk
300 ml whipping cream
50 grams caramel pudding powder or creme caramel

To Decorate:
10 Oreo biscuits, crushed
10 Digestive biscuits, finely crushed
2 tbsp desiccated coconut

In a bowl, add the gelatin and 1/2 cup of boiling water and stir well until the gelatin has completely dissolved or melted. Keep it aside to cool.
Make the coffee syrup by adding coffee powder and sugar to 1 cup of hot water and 1/2 cup of milk. Pour into a flat dish.
Dip each biscuit in the coffee and arrange them in 2 layers in a flat pudding dish.
In a mixing bowl, add the whipping cream, creme caramel and cooled gelatin and beat together using mixer until fluffy.
Pour this mixture over the biscuit layer and spread it evenly. let it cool for some time. 
Decorate the pudding with crushed Oreo biscuits, crushed tea biscuits and desiccated coconut in a Carpet design.
Leave it in the Fridge to set. Serve chilled

Wednesday, June 13, 2018


1 kg Beef Undercut or Lamb cut into steaks
1 teaspoon turmeric powder
3 or 4 teaspoons fresh ground black pepper powder
3 tablespoons oil
2 big onions sliced finely
1 big tomato chopped
Salt to taste
Marinate the meat with the pepper powder, salt and turmeric powder in a flat plate. Pour the oil on top and keep it over night in the refrigerator (or for atleast 4 hours before cooking).
Pressure cook for just 5 minutes or cook in a pan for about 15 minutes.
Add the onions and tomatoes and continue frying on low heat till the tomatoes turn pulpy and the steaks are a nice brown colour.
Serve hot with boiled vegetables and bread.

Tuesday, June 05, 2018


Serves 6   Preparation Time 30 minutes
6 Chicken legs 
3 large onions sliced finely
2 teaspoons fresh ground pepper  /  pepper powder                            
1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
2 tablespoons oil                                            
Salt to taste
2 or 3 medium size potatoes, peeled and cut into halves 

Heat oil in a pan and fry the onions lightly. Add the chicken and mix in the fresh ground pepper / pepper powder, turmeric powder and salt. Mix well and stir fry on high heat for a couple of minutes. Reduced the heat. Add ½ a cup of water and cook on low heat stirring occasionally till the chicken is tender and semi dry and gets a good shiny colour. Add the potatoes and mix well. 
Serve as a Side dish with Bread or Rice. It makes a good party snack as well. 

Alternately, the chicken can be par boiled with a little water and then added to the sautéed onions and pepper.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018


Steamed Ginger Pudding is a legacy of the British Raj. It always made up the finale of a delicious dinner menu combination with Mulligatawny Soup, Roast Lamb and Roasted Vegetables during Colonial Times. There’s nothing better or heart warming than ending a meal with a slice of Warm Ginger Pudding topped with more jam or Fresh Cream

3 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened,
3 tablespoons flour 
1 cup soft bread crumbs
1/2 teaspoon baking powder 
1 teaspoon dry ginger powder
3 tablespoons sugar (use more if you want it sweet)
1 large egg, beaten
¼ cup milk 
4 tablespoons apricot jam or any other jam of your choice

Butter a pudding bowl suitable for steaming.

Stir together flour, baking powder, and ground ginger in a small bowl.
Add the butter, bread crumbs and sugar into the bowl and mix well, Mix in the egg. Add flour mixture and milk and mix until just combined. Spoon the jam into the bottom of the buttered Pudding bowl. Pour the batter on top, then smooth with a spatula. Cover the bowl with a lid and steam the pudding for 30 to 35 minutes till done.

Leave aside to cool for 10 minutes. Run a small knife around edge of bowl then invert the pudding onto a plate.
Serve warm either with more Jam on top or with fresh cream

(Alternately the Ginger Pudding could be baked for 30 minutes at 180 Degrees instead of steaming it) 

Thursday, May 24, 2018



½ kg good beef cut into medium pieces
2 big tomatoes pureed
3 cloves, 2 pieces of cinnamon, 2 cardamoms
2 Bay leaves
1 teaspoon garlic and ginger paste  
2 onions chopped
1 tablespoon chopped coriander leaves
2 teaspoons mild chillie powder
¼ teaspoon turmeric powder
1 teaspoon cumin powder
½ teaspoon coriander powder
Salt to taste
3 tablespoons oil
2 potatoes, boiled, peeled and each cut into 8 pieces

Heat oil in a pan and add the onions, cloves, cinnamon, cardamoms, bay leaves and fry for a few minutes till onions turn light brown.

Add the meat and the ginger garlic paste, chillie powder, turmeric powder, cumin powder, coriander powder and mix well.  Keep frying on low heat for some more time.

Now add the tomatoes, salt, and chopped coriander leaves and mix well. Fry on low heat till the tomatoes turn soft. Add sufficient water and cook till the meat is done and the gravy is sufficiently thick. (the gravy could be watery if desired). Add the potatoes and mix lightly so that the potatoes are coated with the gravy.

If cooking in a Pressure Cooker turn off the heat after 6 whistles.

It could be served with rice, bread, chapattis, hoppers, etc.

Monday, April 16, 2018


Ox Tongue Roast
Serves 6   
1 large Ox tongue
1 big onion sliced
4 Red chilies broken into bits
1 teaspoon peppercorns
2 cloves and 2 pieces of cinnamon
2 tablespoons oil
Salt to taste
Wash the tongue well and then pressure cook it with 2 cups of water and a little salt till tender letting some soup remain. Open the pressure cooker and remove the boiled tongue. Let it cool for some time. When a little cold remove the white skin from the tongue and put it back into the open cooker and add the oil, onion, red chilies pepper corns, cloves and cinnamon and a little more salt. Mix well. Simmer on low heat till all the soup dries up and the tongue is nicely brown all over. Cut into slices and arrange on a plate along with the residue. Serve hot or cold with mash potatoes and bread. You can make delicious sandwiches with tongue roast as filling.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018


 An easy and simple snack or party food. Serve them with some tomato ketchup or Tartar Sauce. 
 1 cup of chopped boiled vegetables of your choice such as peas, carrots, French beans, cauliflower, etc
3 potatoes boiled and mashed                  
2 onions chopped finely
2 green chillies chopped                           
1 tablespoon finely chopped mint or mint powder 
1 teaspoon finely chopped ginger            
1 teaspoon crushed black pepper or pepper powder
Salt to taste                                              
1 egg beaten                                           
3 tablespoons breadcrumbs
Oil for frying 

Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a pan and fry the onions, green chillies and ginger till golden brown. Now add the cooked vegetables, salt, and pepper and mix well. Cook on low heat for about 5 minutes, then set aside to cool for some time. Now mix in the mashed potato and mint. Make even sized balls with the mixture and form into oval shaped croquettes  / cutlets.
 Heat oil in a suitable pan. Dip each croquette in beaten egg, roll in powdered breadcrumbs and fry till golden brown on both sides. Serve hot with tomato sauce or tartar sauce or chutney.

Monday, February 05, 2018


200 grams plain flour 
100 grams Quaker Oats or any other oats
A Pinch of salt 
3 tablespoons brown sugar 
200 grams butter
1/2 teaspoon baking powder 

For the filling
3 medium sized apples- peeled, cored and cut into small chunks
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon flour
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 

Place the flour, oats, brown sugar and salt in a large bowl and mix together. Mix the butter into this flour mixture with your finger tips till it resembles  bread crumbs. Keep aside 

Mix the apples, brown sugar, flour and cinnamon together in another bowl

Butter a suitable ovenproof dish. Spoon some of the flour mixture and spread evenly. Place all the Apple filling over this layer
Now spread the remaining flour mixture over flour the Apple filling. Dot all over with a few blobs of butter and sprinkle some white sugar / castor sugar on top. 
Bake in a preheated oven at 180 C for about 30 minutes or more till the Crumble is browned and the Apple mixture is bubbling. Remove  from the oven and cool.  
Serve with thick cream or custard
Note: you could use any other fruit such as pineapple, strawberry etc instead of Apple if desired 

Friday, January 19, 2018


Makes 20 or more depending on the size

200 grams flour                     
150 grams butter
50 grams sugar                      
2 teaspoons powdered sugar
A pinch of salt                         
A pinch of baking powder

Sift the flour, baking powder and salt together into a bowl. Rub in the butter till the mixture looks like breadcrumbs. Add the sugar and knead till a smooth ball of dough is formed. (Do not add any water). Roll out the dough to about 2 cm thickness with a rolling pin. Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper and place the rolled out dough on it. Crimp the edges with the back of a fork and prick the dough all over. Sprinkle powdered sugar. Bake in a slow oven for about 45 minutes. Remove when baked and cut into squares

Wednesday, January 03, 2018


An Easy-to-make, delicious Apple Chutney which is more like a Relish than a regular Chutney. Made with chopped apples, vinegar, brown sugar, ginger and cinnamon. This Apple Chutney is a perfect accompaniment to roast beef, chicken or pork. Also tastes amazing with toast or parathas as well.  

2 large apples, peeled, cored and cut into small pieces
3 tablespoons brown sugar or castor sugar
½ cup apple cider vinegar or malt vinegar
3 tablespoons raisins
1 tablespoon chopped fresh ginger or ginger powder
3 one-inch pieces of cinnamon
½ teaspoon mild chillie powder
Salt to taste

Place all the above ingredients in a pan and simmer on low heat till the apples are cooked and the chutney forms a jam like consistency. Cool and store in the fridge till required

Sunday, December 17, 2017


(This is an old family recipe for a Christmas Fruit Cake that doesn’t require the fruits to be soaked in rum beforehand. It could be made as when required. It could also be steamed instead of baking if desired)

2 cups plain flour
½ cup butter
½ cup sugar
1 cup mixed dry fruits chopped
1 teaspoon finely grated orange rind
2 eggs beaten
1 teaspoon baking powder
A pinch of salt
½ cup cold milk
½ cup bread crumbs

Sift the flour, salt and baking powder together and empty in a suitable bowl. Add the butter and rub finely with the finger tips. Add the sugar, bread crumbs and chopped dry fruit and orange rind. Mix all these ingredients lightly together. Add the milk and eggs and using a fork mix all together to a semi stiff batter without beating. When evenly mixed, pour the batter in a buttered baking dish. Bake at 180 C for about 45 minutes or more till done. (check by inserting a toothpick in the cake. If it comes out clean then remove from the oven)

Keep aside to cool. 

Tuesday, October 10, 2017


Deviled eggs are also known as stuffed eggs, Russian eggs, or dressed eggs. Devilled Eggs are hard-boiled eggs that have been shelled, cut in half, and filled with a paste made from the egg yolks mixed with other ingredients such as mayonnaise, mustard etc. They are generally served cold as a side dish or appetizer at parties. The term "deviled came to be used most often with spicy or zesty food, especially eggs prepared with mustard, pepper or other ingredients stuffed in the yolk cavity.
The hard boiled eggs are cooled, peeled and halved lengthwise, and the yolks are removed. The yolks are then mashed and mixed with a variety of other ingredients, such as mayonnaise, mustard, tartar sauce, Worcestershire sauce, diced olives, salt, black pepper powder, paprika, coriander, mint, etc depending on one’s preference and taste. The yolk mixture is then scooped or piped into each egg "cup" made from the firm egg whites. Chopped chives, olives, coriander, parsley, anchovies, chopped bacon or ham may be used to garnish the Devilled Eggs.
Here is a very simple recipe for Devilled Eggs from my Cookery Book SIMPLE EGG DELICACIES

Serves 6  
6 or 8 hard-boiled eggs
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
1 medium sized onion chopped finely
2 tablespoons finely chopped coriander leaves or parsley
1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
Salt, to taste
1 teaspoon Paprika (optional)

Slice the hard boiled eggs lengthwise. Scoop out the yolks with a teaspoon into a suitable bowl and then mash well. Add the mayonnaise and Dijon Mustard until desired consistency is reached. Stir in the onion and most of the chopped coriander leaves / parsley. Add salt and pepper to taste. Using a small teaspoon or pastry bag, fill egg white halves with the yolk paste.
Garnish with the remaining chopped coriander leaves / parsley.
I have garnished with finely chopped wedges ofolives, tomato and carrot.
Sprinkle a little pepper and/or paprika, if desired.

Serve on a bed of lettuce leaves.

Monday, September 25, 2017

ANGLO-INDIAN TANGY FISH CURRY (Fish cooked in Tamarind Sauce)

(Fish cooked in Tamarind Sauce)
Serves 6 
1 kg good fleshy fish cut into slices or chunks
½ cup thick tamarind juice extracted from a lime size ball of tamarind
3 tablespoons coconut paste
2 big onions chopped finely
2 tablespoons ginger garlic paste
3 teaspoons chillie powder
1 teaspoon cumin powder
 2 teaspoons coriander powder
½ teaspoon turmeric powder
 Salt to taste
3 tablespoons oil

Mix the fish with a pinch of turmeric and salt and fry it lightly to make it firm.

Make a paste of the ginger garlic paste, chillie powder, cumin powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder and a little water

Heat the oil in a shallow pan and fry the onions till golden brown. Add the paste and fry well for some time.

Add the coconut paste and fry for a few minutes till the oil separates from the mixture. 

Add the salt, tamarind juice and a little more water and bring to boil.

When its nicely boiling, add the fish and cook for about 6 to 7 minutes till the fish is cooked.

Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and slit green chillies

Monday, September 18, 2017


I'm conducting an ongoing Culinary Training Programme in Anglo-Indian Cuisine at the shortly to be opened 'Salvadore' (Donatus Victoria Estates and Hotels) Bangalore. Located on the 5th Floor of Bangalore Central, Commissariat Road, Near Mayo Hall Bangalore which was once the location of their erstwhile iconic Victoria Hotel. The Donatus Victoria family are once again coming out with an exclusive old world Wine and Dine Restaurant on the lines of the old Victoria showing the same old world charm and Colonial Anglo-Indian Food. I'm proud to be associated with them. Stay tuned for more updates

Sunday, September 17, 2017



Serves 6      
1 kg Pork (less fat) cut into medium size pieces
3 tablespoons vinegar
2 tablespoon sWorcester sauce or Soya Sauce
3 tablespoons Tomato sauce
3 tablespoons oil
3 large onions sliced
2 tablespoons chopped garlic
2 tablespoons chopped ginger
8 to 10 Curry Leaves
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon fenugreek seeds powdered (Methi Seeds)
1 teaspoon mustard powder or paste
2 pieces cinnamon
3 cloves
3 teaspoons chillie powder
1 teaspoon turmeric powder
Salt to taste
2 tablespoons oil
Parboil the pork till tender then mix the boiled pork with the Vinegar, Worcester / Soya Sauce, Tomato Sauce, sugar and salt for about 1 hour.
Heat oil in a pan and sauté the onions, curry leaves, chopped ginger, chopped garlic, cinnamon and cloves till light brown.
Add the marinated pork, chillie powder, turmeric powder, fenugreek powder, mustard and mix well.
Add the remaining soup and cook for about 15 to 20 minutes till the pork is cooked well and  the gravy is thick.

Serve with bread or dinner rolls or as a side dish 

Sunday, September 10, 2017



Anglo-Indian Cuisine – A Legacy of Flavours from the past is a comprehensive and unique collection of easy- to- follow Recipes of popular and well loved Anglo-Indian dishes. The repertoire is rich and vast, ranging from the outright European Cutlets, Croquettes, pasties, roasts, etc, to mouth watering Curries, Side dishes, Spicy Fries, Foogaths, Biryani and Palaus, Pickles, Chutneys etc, picking up plenty of hybrids along the way. The very names of old time favorite dishes such as Yellow Coconut Rice and Mince Ball (Kofta) Curry, Pepper water, Mulligatawny Soup, Grandma’s Country Captain Chicken, Railway Mutton Curry, Dak Bungalow Curry, Crumb Chops, Ding Ding, Stews, Duck Buffat, Almorth, etc, which were so popular during the Raj Era are sure to bring back nostalgic and happy memories. These popular Anglo-Indian dishes will take you on an exotic nostalgic journey to Culinary Paradise.
It is a practical and easy guide to delectable cooking. The book with its clear step-by-step instructions, describes the preparation of a variety of Anglo-Indian Dishes. The easy-to-follow directions make cooking simple and problem- free.
Price per book : India : Rs 200.00, Australia: A$20.00, Canada C$25.00, UK: GBP 10.00, USA: 25.00

A Collection of Simple Anglo-Indian Recipes is a revised, consolidated version of four earlier Recipe Books of Bridget White, namely Bridget’s Anglo-Indian Delicacies, A Collection of   Anglo-Indian Roasts, Casseroles and Bakes, The Anglo-Indian Snack Box &The Anglo-Indian Festive Hamper.
More than 350 Recipes of traditional, popular and well loved, Anglo-Indian Dishes have been specially selected from these earlier Cook Books and featured in this Omni-bus Edition. This single Consolidated Imprint of easy- to- follow Recipes features Soups, Pepper Water &  Vindaloo, Curries & Fries, Roasts & Stews, Chops and Cutlets, Croquettes & Rissoles, Foogaths and Vegetarian Delights, Rice Dishes & Pilafs, Pickles & Relishes, Casseroles and Baked Dishes, Snacks & Short Eats, Nibbles & Finger food, Sweets & Desserts, Custards & Puddings, Christmas Cakes & Festive Treats, Curry Powders, etc.
The huge selection of Anglo-Indian dishes featured in this Cookery book will surely take one on a sentimental and nostalgic journey down  memory lane of old forgotten Anglo-Indian Culinary Delights. All the old dishes cooked during the time of the Raj have now revived to suit present day tastes and palates. This Cookery Book would also serve as a ‘Ready Reckoner’ and a useful guide for teaming up dishes for everyday Anglo-Indian Meals as well as for festive and special occasions.
Price per book : India : Rs. 430.00, Australia: A$ 25. 00, Canada C$25.00, UK: GBP 15.00, USA: $25.00

Vegetarian Delicacies is a collection of simple and easy recipes of delectable Vegetarian Dishes. The repertoire is rich and vast, ranging from simple Soups and Salads, to mouth watering Curries, Stir fries, Rice dishes, Casseroles and Baked Dishes and popular Accompaniments. The easy-to-follow directions, using easily available ingredients, make cooking these dishes simple, enjoyable and problem-free. The book also highlights the goodness of each vegetable and their nutritive and curative properties in preventing and curing many health disorders.
Price per book : India : Rs 200.00, Australia: A$20.00, Canada C$ 20.00, UK: GBP 10.00, USA: $20.00

Simple Egg Delicacies is a collection of simple and easy recipes of delectable Egg Dishes for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and for all other times as well.  The repertoire ranges from simple Breakfast Egg Dishes and Egg Salads, to mouth watering Curries, Tea Time treats, Sandwiches, Casseroles and Baked Dishes. The recipes are extremely easy to follow and only easily available ingredients have been suggested. - A real treat for ‘Eggetarians’.
Price per book: India : Rs150.00, Australia: A$15.00, Canada C$15.00, UK: GBP 8.00, USA: $15.00

Anglo-Indian Delicacies is an interesting assortment of easy- to- follow Recipes of popular vintage and contemporary Cuisine of Colonial Anglo India. It covers a wide spectrum, of recipes ranging from  mouth watering Gravies and Curries, Mulligatawny and  Pepper Water, Meat Fries, Roasts and Steaks to tasty Pulaos and Pickles, Savouries, Sweets and Christmas treats including a few home brewed wines to round off the extensive flavours and tastes.  Some of the old typical dishes that were popular in Calcutta, and other parts of Bengal besides Central and Eastern India, such as Pork Bhooni, Chicken / Meat Jal Frezie, Devil Pork Curry, Calcutta Cutlets (Kobhiraji Cutlet), Fish Kedegeree, Double Onions Meat Curry (Do Piaza), Meat Glassey (Glazzie ) or Fruity meat Curry, Meat and Spinach Curry, Duck Dumpoke, etc, are some of the old favourites featured here. I’ve also included recipes for dishes that were popular during World War II and were served in the Army camps and Officer’s Mess, such as the Army Camp Soup, Brown Windsor Soup, The Bengal Lancers Shrimp Curry, Veal Country Captain (Cold Meat Curry), Bubble and Squeak, One Eyed Jack, Colonel Sandhurst’s Beef Curry, Salted Tongue, Salted Beef, Corned Beef, Kalkals, Rose Cookies, Dhol Dhol, BeefPanthras, Potato Chops etc. All these dishes have been given a new lease of life, besides a host of other assorted dishes and preparations.
Price per book: India : Rs. 450.00, Australia: A$30.00, Canada C$35.00, UK: GBP 15.00, USA: $35.00

The Anglo-Indian Festive Hamper  is a collection of popular Anglo-Indian festive treats, such as Cakes, Sweets, Christmas goodies, Puddings, Sandwiches, Preserves, Home-made Wines, etc, etc. The repertoire is rich and quite vast and takes you on a sentimental and nostalgic trip of old forgotten delicacies. These mouth watering concoctions are a mix of both ‘European’ and ‘Indian’, thus making it a veritable “Anglo-Indian” Festive Hamper. The easy-to-follow directions make the preparation of these old, popular, mouth watering goodies, simple, enjoyable and problem-free.
Price per book: India : Rs150.00, Australia: A$15.00, Canada C$15.00, UK: GBP 8.00, USA: $15.0

For copies contact:  Bridget Kumar
Tel: +9198455 71254

A whole set of the 6 books mentioned above costs as under: (includes the Postage and handling)
India Rs. 1800.00
Australia: A$ 125.00, Canada C$ 130.00, UK: GBP 75.00, USA: $130.00