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Kitchen Diary- A book by Meera Jindal

Author Name: Neha Agarwal | Format: Paperback | Genre : Cooking, Food & Wine | Other Details

A city where ancient and modern blend seamlessly together Delhi is a symbol of our country’s rich past and thriving present.

Delhi’s street food is said to have a unique taste of its own. The famous street food that fascinated the great Urdu poet Zauq said, “Kaun zaye Zauq yeh dilli ki galiyan chode kar.”

I grew up on aloo bedmi, nagori halwa, moong dal pakoi, kalmi bade, and hot kullar milk which are all disappearing today.

From the bylanes of Delhi we present a few of the Recipes prepared without onion and garlic.

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Neha Agarwal

Born on 7th October 1950, Meera grew in the bylanes of Delhi, known as Old Delhi.

Although her family was quite liberal, emphasis was given on the overall upbringing of a girl that included being good at all the household work. Cooking was a major part of this upbringing.

Meera gives all credits to her grandmother for all the recipes.