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  • Companion condiments

    You have guests coming over for Eid dinner, and all the food is set and ready to be served. You know the food is good, but you feel like something is missing, and you are not wrong. Good food only becomes great food with the help of dips and sauces, and with these dips and sauce recipes, you can be sure to rule the table this Eid.

  • A twist on Eid with Le Meridien

    Preheat the oven to 160°C (315°F/Gas 2-3). Season the flour with sea salt and lightly coat the lamb shanks with the flour, and shake off any excess. Dice the onion, carrot, celery and leek into 1cm pieces.

  • Soup for Iftar

    Soup for Iftar

    In a medium pot, add coconut cream, lemongrass, and galangal, and bring it to boil. Then add coconut milk, chicken and mushrooms. Cook for approximately 5 minutes until the chicken is done. Next, add the cherry tomatoes. Add sugar, salt, lime juice, chillies, saw leaf coriander, and fish sauce. Simmer for 1 minute, and serve with coriander leaves sprinkled on top.

  • Dips!

    Crush the garlic and chilli into a fine paste. In a sauce pan, mix sugar, vinegar, water, garlic, chillies and salt. Cook the sauce mixture on low heat until sticky or for about 15 minutes. Turn off the heat and let it cool down.

  • Opar Bangla recipes from Panchali Dutta

    Khazana is offering their guests with special Opar Bangla Mahabhoj for lunch & dinner. Celebrity chef Panchali Dutta of Hangla Hneshel is now serving up Opar Bangla Cuisine at Khazana. She will be showcasing her cooking skills to celebrate Nabo Borsho. Feel your taste buds getting tantalised with dishes from Nawab of Murshidabad to Thakur Bari to lost vegetarian food “goynabori.” Hold your breath and

  • Fishy Business: Thai recipes for sea food

    Mix fish, egg, and cold water in a food processor and blend them together until the mixture turns sticky. Put the fish mix in a mixing bowl. Add curry paste, kaffir lime leaves, long beans, sugar, and salt to the mixing bowl and mix all ingredients together into sticky dough. Heat oil in a wok on high heat. Turn to low heat when the oil reaches frying temperature.

  • Tulips and romance for my Valentine...

    I have never been the woo-me-with-roses-and- jewellery sort, but I do love seeing the effort people put into make this day special for

  • Simple stir-fry

    The characteristic feature of stir-frying is to toss the food constantly with a shovel-like utensil called a 'charn', a spade-like scoop ideal for the continuous turning motion required.

  • Recipes From Siam

    Preheat oven to 200°C. Toss salt and pepper together with tomatoes and drizzle olive oil to mix well. Spread the tomatoes in one layer on a baking tray and roast for 45 minutes. In a stock pot, over medium heat, sauté onions and garlic with 2 tbsp olive oil and butter till the onion gets brown. Sprinkle red pepper flakes.

  • A menu of memories

    Salina Parvin, has shared with us the recipe of traditionally made chitol maach. This recipe brings to fore a spate of emotions for her. Cooking for Salina has a deep connection to her father who was not only a food enthusiast, but also a seasoned cook.