The first raised eyebrow was occasioned by the “pakoray;” often a little leaden, these fried nuggets of chickpea batter with onion, potato, and hints of spinach were light, delicately spiced and extremely good with cilantro/mint chutney. But wait, there’s more: the “seekh kabak roll” was once described by our informative…
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