Aditya Bal is a happy camper as he gets to learn a traditional gongura mutton recipe from Mrs Sujata in the spicy city of Guntur. Gongura (Sorrel leaves) is a leafy vegetable used widely in Andhra cuisine and has a slight sour taste.
Aditya Bal's Pune experience leads him to Sharvaree Parasnis who teaches him this authentic Maharashtrian pudachi wadi recipe. Besan casing stuffed with a onion-coriander filling with poppy seeds and copra.
Aditya picks a pretty spot overlooking the Tawi River that runs through Jammu and cooks karamuddi ki sabzi part Dogri- part Punjabi style. Karamuddi is a regional vegetable found in the statue of Jammu and Kashmir. Its light and goes best with steame...
Aditya sets up his kitchen, the panoramic vista of Varanasi bustling behind him and tosses up some delicious Benarasi ghugni! The recipe of which is age old, of course! Served with piping hot poori or kachori.
Aditya cooks a delicious one pot rice meal which originated in Uttar Pradesh. It's aromatic, filled with varied masalas and lots of vegetables. With a spoonful of ghee on top, this vegetarian rice recipe is a must try.
Aditya cooks a dish that would have had the Great Mughal Kings licking their fingers - a Raan Mussallam. Mutton and chicken marinated in a variety of spices, cooked on slow fire and topped with a gravy made with fried onions, dry fruits and spices.