Guest Post by Mekhala Roy.
You have pleasured your palate with succulent tandoori chicken, spicy lamb vindaloo, creamy palak paneer, magnificent mutton biryani and luscious mango lassi, all within the confines of your neighborhood Indian restaurant. As you might have experienced during your gastronomic adventure that Indian food holds the power to both fascinate and intimidate.
“We understand spices better than anybody in the world,” said VahChef Sanjay Thumma, talking about what makes Indian cuisine unique and fascinating. Driven by his passion to cook, Thumma left the restaurant business and started his own, very popular, cooking show on YouTube in 2007. He aims at inspiring others to cook fresh food at home through his videos.
If you like Indian food but shy away from cooking it at home because words like curry, garam masala and tadka intimidate you, then read on.
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