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MAKE AT HOME RECIPES FROM OUR CELEBRATED CHEFS AT TAJ


Since 1903, we have had the wonderful opportunity to welcome you to our hotels.
Now, allow us to assist you in serving you in the comfort of your homes!
Heart-warming and easy-to-make with simple ingredients, here are some recipes from our celebrated Chefs at Taj.
It is important that we continue to nourish ourselves by eating healthy and maintaining a well-balanced diet.
Go solo or make them with your family. Show us the result by tagging us! #StayHome #TajHotels



Classic Pound Cake
Chef Rajesh Wadhwa, Taj Palace, New Delhi Taj City Centre, Gurugram


Made with 4 simple ingredients - with equal parts butter, sugar, eggs and flour. A traditional teatime cake can be perfectly topped with seasonal fruits, dry fruits and whipped cream.
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Rajasthani Gatta Curry
Chef Manish Joshi, Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur Taj City Centre, Gurugram


Truly vegetarian and straight from the Rajasthani Folk menu! Steamed gram flour dumplings (Gatta) cooked in a tangy – spicy gravy. Serve it hot with fresh coriander to add a dash of freshness.
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Twists to Hummus
Chef Abhijeet Thakre Taj City Centre, Gurugram


A spread. A dip. A wholesome dish.
In our series of easy-to-make recipes, here’s one on Hummus, a Middle Eastern delight, full of complex carbohydrates and simple ingredients.
Here’s your guide to the Art of Making Hummus in 5 different ways.
Give it a try now and share it by tagging us.
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Crusted Fish
Chef Sriram Aylur Quilon, London


The recipe is from the Michelin starred restaurant Quilon, London. Having retained the Michelin Star for over a decade, Quilon reflects Chef Sriram progressive thinking but also remains connected to its South-west Indian roots.
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Dahi Ke Kebab
Chef Arun Sundararaj, Taj Mahal, New Delhi


A traditional recipe from Awadh, is shallow fried vegetarian Kebab made with Curds (Dahi), Gram Flour, Spices and Dry Fruits.
It is a succulent appetiser, rich in taste, nutrients and texture, Dahi Ke Kebab is a go-to snack for an evening quick fix.
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5 Wholesome Smoothies
Chef Nitin Mathur, Taj Santacruz, Mumbai


Cool off with Summer Smoothies! Whether it's a weekday or a weekend, we have got you covered with 5 easy-to-make wholesome & delicious smoothies.
Mango Yoghurt Smoothie, Mango Coconut Smoothie, Peanut Butter and Honey Oat Smoothie, Granola and Fruit Smoothie, Avocado Super Smoothie.
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Salada d'Idalina by Chef Urbano Rego
Taj Holiday Village Resort & Spa, Goa


Universally hailed as 'The Godfather of Goan Cuisine', Chef Rego's culinary lessons came from his home.
Named after his lovely wife, Salada d'Idalina is salad recipe made with sprouted beans and simple home ingredients.
Do try this recipe at home and we are sure you will love it.

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Bengali Khichri/Khichuri by Chef Sujoy Gupta
Taj Bengal, Kolkata


A Bengali twist to the wholesome one-pot meal!
Moong dal is rich in proteins and fibre and when cooked with rice and vegetables, makes for a complete nutritious meal.
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Sheer Khurma by Chef Shahid Hossain
Taj Krishna, Hyderabad


'Sheer' is Persian for milk and 'khurma' is another word for dates.  Simple yet delicious, this dessert recipe is made with vermicelli, milk, sugar, dates and dry fruits.
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Biryani By Chef Sajesh Nair
Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad


A flavourful treasure from the kitchens of the Nizams! Whether you prefer non-vegetarian or vegetarian, here is your guide to the authentic Hyderabadi Biryani.
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Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino by Chef Amit Chowdhury, The Taj MahaL Palace, Mumbai

Popular as a quick meal, this traditional Italian dish from Naples is made from simple ingredients found in every kitchen. Lightly saute sliced garlic in olive oil, toss in spaghetti, parsley and dried red chili flakes. Serve with Parmesan cheese (optional).
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Arrabiata by Chef Rajesh Wadhwa
Taj Palace, New Delhi


Arrabiata means 'angry' in Italian, which refers to the chilli-spiked tomato sauce in the pasta. In our series of easy-to-make recipes, here's an Italian quick fix for the day - Classic Penne Arrabiata.
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Parsi Akuri by Chef Rohit Sangwan
Taj Lands End, Mumbai


Made famous in Mumbai by the Parsi community, it's best paired with toasted bread. If you don't have bread at home, you can relish it with Parathas instead
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Prawns Malai Currey by Chef Sujoy Gupta
Taj Bengal, Kolkata


From the City of Joy, Chingri or Prawns Malai Curry is Bengali curry made from prawns, coconut milk and flavoured with spices. Popular, celebratory yet easy-to-make delicacy, is served during weddings and festivities.
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Parippu Wada by Chef Uddipan Chakravarthy
President, Mumbai - IHCL SeleQtions


Parippu or Dal Wada is a traditional evening tea-time snack from South India. It's crisp and crunchy on the outside, soft and spicy on the inside.
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