• Spicy Avocado Toast Recipe

    Try our recipe for spicy avocado toast with any of our achaars: Serves 1 Ingredients1 slice of crusty bread1/2 ripe avocado1 teaspoon tomato, roasted garlic or rhubarb ginger achaar2-3 cherry or Sun Gold tomatoes, halvedchopped parsley or cilantrosea salt     MethodLightly toast bread on each side. Smash avocado with a fork in a bowl and spread on toast. Smear your achaar of choice onto avocado and place tomato halves on top. Garnish with cut herbs and sprinkle with sea salt. Enjoy and repeat often!

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  • THE Best Spicy Ketchup

    Can't believe it's taken us this long to finally make a spicy ketchup with our tomato achaar.  To make it, use one part of your favorite ketchup with one part our tomato achaar and mix it together to get the most flavorful and spicy ketchup you've ever tasted. Then proceed to dip everything you can think of in it! Our first dip was with ambode, a South Indian lentil fritter made with black chickpeas. You can get the recipe for ambode at Chitra's blog here. Enjoy!

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  • Brooklyn Delhi Video on The New York Times!

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    Ben and I were recently featured in a video on the New York Times all about our business.  The short film captures what we do at Brooklyn Delhi and also comes along with us on our first trip together to visit family in Delhi! The video, which was produced by the folks at T Brand Studio & Blue Chalk, is visually stunning and really gets at the vibrancy of the food and streets in India. I am so happy to share this with you all. Thanks to the teams at T Brand Studio, Blue Chalk & Emirates Airlines for such beautiful footage...

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  • Featured in New York Magazine!

    We're featured in the newest issue of New York Magazine that is devoted to all things Food & Drink. Can't believe it's been less than a year since we've been in business. Pinching ourselves! The editors at NY Magazine write: "Brooklyn Delhi's tomato achaar. So good you'll want to plop it on everything, if not spoon it down straight from the jar." The spread is all about The New York Larder, contemporary vs. classic. We feel very lucky to be pictured with some of our favorite local foods like Brooklyn Brine, Morris Kitchen, Sfoglini, White Moustache Yogurt! Love the look...

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  • Update: Martha Stewart American Made Awards

    Thank you to everyone that voted for Brooklyn Delhi. I know that many of you came back to vote for us everyday and we really appreciate it! Although we were not one of the 9 American Made winners, the judges at Martha Stewart selected a few honorable mentions out of the pool of 3,000+ applicants and we were one of them! They chose us specifically in the category of Heritage for how Brooklyn Delhi is preserving Indian cooking traditions with local ingredients. They also invited us to be a special guest at the Martha Stewart American Made Summit, which is...

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  • Chile Pepper Festival, September 27th

    We'll be at the 22nd annual Chile Pepper Festival at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens on Saturday from 11-6. Come by to enjoy the gardens, listen to music and sample delicious chocolates and hot condiments from local makers.  Read more about the festival here.  

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