The Bombay Chef

Varun Inamdar brings world cuisine to your kitchen but in his own quirky style. Like the buzzing cosmopolitan financial capital of India, The Bombay Chef brings to you a plethora of dishes from various cuisines, that you too can cook in a jiffy.

Genre: Lifestyle, Food, Cooking Show
Language: English
Year: 2018
Duration: 300 Episodes x 5 – 9 Minutes
Territory/Rights available: South East Asia & Canada
Show Format: HD
Produced by: Rajshri Entertainment Pte Ltd

Episode Synopsis

Episode 1: Peri Peri French Fries
Give your regular french fries a twist and make these Perfect Peri Peri Potato French Fries at home and enjoy the American fast food delicacy with some ketchup and share your experience

Episode 2: Kulkul Recipe
Kulkul is a traditional Goan recipe made during Christmas. It is a tea-time snack recipe that you can make for your family and munch on it with a hot cup of tea.

Episode 3: Black Pav Bhaji Recipe
Black Pav Bhaji is a fancy version of the famous street food Pav Bhaji. What makes this difference is the colour and a slight change in taste which comes from the roasted coconut and flower stone.

Episode 4: Mishti Dahl Recipe
Mishti Doi is an authentic Bengali sweet yoghurt recipe. It is made with milk and sugar/jaggery. It differs from the plain yoghurt because of the technique of preparation. Try this creamy yoghurt recipe at home

Episode 5: Aloo Dum Biryani Recipe
Dum Aloo Biryani is a feast to all the vegetarians out there. Made with a blend of fried potatoes, fine basmati rice and aromatic Indian spices this recipe will definitely be a hit in your kitchen.

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