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Turkey woos Indians with kebaps, shorba

New Delhi: Turkey, which attracted around 65,000 Indian tourists last year, is hoping to woo more travellers from India with its food and culture. And it has laid out some delectable Turkish delights like meze, shorba and baklava at a weeklong festival here. The food festival was inaugurated by Turkish Ambassador Burak Akcapar and Culture

Feast on Holi delicacies

Gujiyas, malpuas, bhang and thandai…The festival of colours is never complete without an elaborate platter of mouth-watering sweets and intoxicants. So, here are some popular Holi recipes to add to the already colourful Indian festival: 1. Gujiya: These half moon-shaped sweets are a runaway hit during Holi. Ingredients: A cup of maida, grated coconut, three

Japanese food takes a bow in India

New Delhi: It’s light, uses fresh ingredients and is different. Japanese cuisine is proving to be a hit among culinary enthusiasts in India, especially the young and the health conscious – even though many of the ingredients have to be imported, making it an expensive proposition. Initially limited to premium restaurants in five-star hotels, Japanese

Chef’s table week – An unique concept taking root in India

New Delhi: Restaurant weeks are getting increasingly common around the world. New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Sydney and Hong Kong are established players in this area and food lovers eagerly look forward to good cuisine at an amazingly reasonable price. India is not far behind now with such restaurant weeks in major Indian cities