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  • Sweet Potato Chaat {Recipe}

    Sweet Potato Chaat {Recipe}

    These sweet potatoes, based on Nik Sharma's recipe in The Flavor Equation, creates perfectly tender and crave-able sweet potatoes. With tart yogurt, bursts of pomegranate seeds and crunchy sev, dinner tonight is a party for two! Sweet Potato Chaat Serves 2 Ingredients 2 sweet potatoes 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, at room temperature 1/4 cup yogurt2 teaspoons Brooklyn Delhi Sweet Mango ChutneyGround black pepperSliced scallionsSev (crunchy Indian chickpea flour topping), or crunchy topping of choice Pomegranate seeds Sea saltChopped cilantro or mint Brooklyn Delhi Tomato Achaar Method Preheat the oven to 400°F (200°C). Rinse and scrub the sweet potatoes and slice them lengthwise....

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  • Cheesy Garlic Achaar Bread

    Cheesy Garlic Achaar Bread

    Our go-to garlic bread recipe is super easy and delicious because of a secret ingredient: Roasted Garlic Achaar (shhhh!). Take a crusty piece of bread, spread it generously with softened butter, swirl in Roasted Garlic Achaar and layer with grated cheddar or mozzarella. Bake at 400 degrees Fahrenheit until cheese is bubbly. Enjoy this recipe on its own or as a side to tomato soup (spiced of course with Tomato Achaar;)    

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  • Garlic Achaar Labne Flatbread

    Garlic Achaar Labne Flatbread

    This snack/lunch idea from food photographer Mackenzie Smith Kelley is pure genius and it's super quick to prepare. You just take a warm naan or flatbread, spread it generously with labne, thick strained yogurt, then swirl on some Garlic Achaar and top with cut cucumbers and herbs. Yum!

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  • California Dreamin' Veggie Sandwich with Achaar Mayo

    California Dreamin' Veggie Sandwich with Achaar Mayo

    This sandwich brings me back to my college days at Berkeley, a town that abounds with delicious veggie sandwiches. One of my favorite lunch spots was Intermezzo on Telegraph Avenue, famous for their hippy sandwiches full of fresh vegetables, sprouts and cheese on house made bread. My spin is to make a quick achaar mayo (either my Garlic or Tomato is delicious this way!) and spread the other slice with my Curry Mustard. Making this sandwich is so easy I am just going to tell you how to do it in this paragraph. Take two pieces of good bread (sometimes...

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  • Mango Chutney, Goat Cheese & Jalapeno Pastries {RECIPE}

    Mango Chutney, Goat Cheese & Jalapeno Pastries {RECIPE}

      The brilliant Shweta of The.Vegetarian.Affair created these Mango Chutney, Goat Cheese & Jalapeno Pastries featuring our Mango Chutney.⠀ Mango Chutney, Goat Cheese & Jalapeno Pastries  INGREDIENTS Brooklyn Delhi Mango Chutney (Available on Amazon or a store near you) Puff pastry sheets, unthawed Goat Cheese 1-2 Jalapeno peppers METHOD Preheat the oven to 400F. Roll out the puff pastry sheets and cut into equal squares. Cut a small amount of the goat cheese and place in the center of the square. Top with a dollop of mango chutney. Fold the puff pastry in whatever shape you like, top with jalapeños and brush with milk...

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  • Curried Deviled Eggs {RECIPE}

    Curried Deviled Eggs {RECIPE}

      Our friend Bebe from Champagne & Cookies made these Curried Deviled Eggs with our Curry Mustard and Guntur Sannam Hot Sauce. Her recipe is based on author Julia Turshen's Mustardy Deviled Egg recipe from her cookbook Now & Again.⠀ Curried Deviled Eggs makes 12 INGREDIENTS 6 eggs 3 tablespoons mayonnaise 2 tablespoons Brooklyn Delhi Curry Mustard (Available on Amazon or a store near you)1 tablespoon lemon juice salt to taste Brooklyn Delhi Guntur Sannam Hot Sauce (Available on Amazon or a store near you) chopped chives or parsley METHODPut the eggs into a medium saucepan and add water to cover by 1 inch. Set...

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