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Giving Indian Cuisine its Due

Giving Indian Cuisine its Due

The cuisine varieties of a pluralistic society are a reflection of the country’s 5,000-year-old history, agricultural assets, climatic differences and foreign influences. 

Giving Indian Cuisine its Due

Revisit India at An Indian Affair

Revisit India at An Indian Affair
Go ahead and enjoy authentic Indian food with a modern, healthy twist and revisit India right here in Langley, BC.

Revisit India at An Indian Affair

Cottage Cheese Steaks By Chef Nita Mehta

Cottage Cheese Steaks By Chef Nita Mehta

Pan-fry the marinated paneer slices on a grill pan or a non-stick pan till golden brown marks appear. Do not over cook and harden the paneer. Heat the sauce. Place most of the tomato sauce in an oven-proof flat dish or platter. Arrange steaks. Sprinkle the remaining sauce on the steaks. Sprinkle topping mixture.

Cottage Cheese Steaks By Chef Nita Mehta

Mango Ambrosia by Chef Nita Mehta

Mango Ambrosia by Chef Nita Mehta
A yummy blend of a variety of fruits in mango sauce; perfect for a refreshing summer dessert

Mango Ambrosia by Chef Nita Mehta

Makke ke Gatte By Chef Nita Mehta

Makke ke Gatte By Chef Nita Mehta

Add the gattas, garam masala and mint and bring to a boil, cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Adjust the seasoning, garnish with grated paneer and coriander. Serve hot.

Makke ke Gatte By Chef Nita Mehta

Kitchen Queen: Chef Nita Mehta

Kitchen Queen: Chef Nita Mehta

The talented chef-author has launched her restaurant chain Nita Mehta’s Kelong in Ludhiana, Chandigarh and Rohtak.

Kitchen Queen: Chef Nita Mehta