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Indian Vegetarian Soul Food

Steaming pots of rice, piles of leopard-spotted flatbreads, bowls of aromatic curry and lentils; This is Indian soul food.

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Inspired by ingredients, people and stories, my passion lies in creating recipes for the way we eat today. My love of food began with the traditional South Asian dishes I ate growing up as a first generation Brit. My family’s Indian culture has taught me to believe is that food transcends borders and that a bowl of daal can fix anything. - Sanjana

"Featuring traditional Asian dishes with a hint of modernity, Indian-origin Brit, Sanjana creates beautiful recipes that are bound to make you nostalgic."
- Vogue India

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Halloumi 65

Halloumi 65 is inspired by Chennai’s famous chicken 65 dish. This fun vegetarian take puts…

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Neer Dosa

Soft and lacy Neer Dosa are delicate in both texture and flavour. A hint of…

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Vegetable & Coconut Milk Kurma

This simple Vegetable & Coconut Milk Kurma is rich with aromatic spices, nuts and a…

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Mumbai “Moist Maker” Sandwich

Meet the Mumbai “Moist Maker” Sandwich. Stuff this ultra-crispy vegetarian toastie with masala potatoes, melting…

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Indo-Chinese Recipes

Vegetable Manchurian

Flavour bomb incoming! For the ultimate Vegetable Manchurian, I toss crispy vegetable dumplings in a…

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Indian Breads

Paneer Kulcha

Learn how to make ultra-flaky Amritsari-style Paneer Kulcha with me. These flatbreads are famous in…

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Gujarati Cooking

Gujarati Khandvi (Patuli/Paturi)

Gujarati Khandvi (Patuli/Paturi) are tightly rolled, bite-sized snacks made using chickpea flour and yoghurt. They’re…

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Sabudana Vada (Tapioca Pearl Fritters)

Sabudana Vada are treasured potato and tapioca pearl fritters from Maharashtra, India. The crispy, golden…

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North Indian Cooking

Vegan Daal Makhani

Daal Makhani isn’t typical Indian home cooking. It’s slow and unmistakably rich. It’s unadulterated restaurant-style…

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