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prom otionsforJanuaryinD elhicourtesyTheSuryaa.
and the Atrium Lounge at
The Suryaa are hosting the
Aphrodisiac Q uotient prom otion. A
range of dishes such as fragrant
ginseng, and baby masculine and
quail egg with roe, are on offer.
From January i
restaurant, co-owned and designed
by Rohit Bal, recently opened in
Mumbai. The lavish interiors and
the contem porary interpretation of
classic Indian cooking (the food is
not heavy) make this a m ust-try. Try:
Batter Fried Crispy Spinach Chaat.
Café Diva in Delhi, an intim ate bistro
that offers a variety of small plates
soyou can sample different
European tastes. Check out their
extensive w ood-fired thin crust
pizzas and traditional
addition to the salads and desserts.
To keen tears
at bay, naive
chill in the
These multicoloured acrylic
egg cups beckon you to throw a
boiled egg party! Use them for
a lazy Sunday breakfast, and see
the kids lap up their yolks! Serve
with sauteed corn. Perfect!
Rs 1,099 (set of 6); Home Stop.
RANCH DEVILLED EGGS
G rille d peppers, fresh tom atoes, and yo gu rt perk up
devilled eggs fo rzesty taste.
up to 8 hours
• 4 jalapcno peppers* • 4 small tomatoes, halved • 8
hard-cooked eggs, peeled and halved •
yogurt»2 tbsp snipped fresh coriander# V4 cup thinly
sliced green onions • 2 tbsp ranch salad dressing mix
• 3 tbsp olive oil • 4 garlic-stuffed green olives, sliced
Coat a small non-stick pan with vegetable oil; heat over
medium heat Cook peppers for 5 minutes, turning
occasionally, until lightly charred. Cool. Halve peppers;
remove seeds and membranes. Scoop out tomato halves.
Set halves aside. Remove yolks from eggs and place in a
medium bowl. Add 4 of the egg white halves to bowl;
mash with a fork. Stir in yogurt, coriander, green onions,
dressingmix, and oil. Spoon mixture into halved
jalapenos, tomatoes, and egg whites. Cover and chill up
to 8 hours. Top with olive slices, if you like.
♦When working with chilli peppers, wear plastic or
rubber gloves. If bare hands touch peppers, wash well
with soap and water.
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