Desi Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe - Sweet Desert Dish at Tifin Box Indian Restaurant, Harrow Place, London.

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"Sabzi Bhuna" Indian Restaurant Recipe (a dry Vegetarian Curry) at Tifin Box, Harrow Place, London.

✓ We revisit Tifinbox restaurant's kitchen, where head chef Pankaj kindly reveals another of his recipe secrets from his restaurant menu. The recipe dish shown is specially suitable for everyone including followers of the Jain and Swaminaryan faith because it contains no onion, garlic or ginger, it's a delicious veggie recipe. INGREDIENTS REQUIRED (you can adjust the quantities according to taste & requirements) : * Vegetable Oil (Tel). * Potato (Bateta). * Peas (Vatana). * Green Beans (Farnsi). * Red and Green Capsicum. * Cauliflour. * Carrots (Gajar). * Baby Sweetcorn. * Salt (Namak). * Whole cumin seeds (Jeera). * Red chilli Powder (Lal Mirchu). * Red Chilli Flakes. * Garam Masala. * Tawa Fry Masala. * Coriander & Cumin powder (Dhania & Jeera). * Tumeric powder (Haldi). * Cinammon Powder (Taj). * Clove Powder (Laving). * Black pepper powder (Kali Muri). Once you watch this step by step video - you will know how to make this very popular Indian Vegetarian dry curry dish...........enjoy !!! The recipe shown in the video is to serve approximately 45 people (as this is a working commercial kitchen). This is very much a privilaged peek into Tifin Box's restaurant kitchen, watching a highly experienced cook making a large quantity of yummy Indian food. As you know this restaurant is a favourite "Cutting Chai" place that we absolutely love, it's inspired by beautiful Mother India and the pavement kitchens that provide sustenance for its many inhabitants with the cheapest and tastiest of freshly made food anywhere. Where the street chefs create food that is blessed by hand and human touch and further energised and charged by positive thoughts which adds that magical ingredient that processed & machine made foods does not and cannot not have!!! This is a Punjabi Dhaba style place which offers a little taste of India in London. We would go as far as to say that this place is a foodies dream come true...........because these guys have created a delicious menu drawing inspiration from some of the classic and most famous street foods of India, this is wonderful "Restaurant Quality Food" but at very affordable street food prices!!! A lot of people ask; how can you tell if an Indian restaurant is good? Our answer always is look out for any place where "Desi" Indians eat.........every time we've visited here, we've always seen a large mix of customers, but also a lot of diners from the Indian subcontinent.........which we can say is the ultimate seal of approval !!! If you can remember, we "discovered" this secret place earlier last year when knowledgeable Gujarati Head Chef / Rasoi Pankaj shared his reknowned Pav Bhaji recipe: https://youtu.be/W8_jt2bfpfo & Dal Makhni Recipe: https://youtu.be/pUXpOqQvxz8 A special thank you to Chef Pankaj, Nipesh, Sunil & all the Tiffin Box team who very much welcomed us and graciously allowed us a privileged glimpse into their kitchen to do the videoing. Please Note: that some of the menu items here are "specials" so may perhaps not be on the menu every day - if you're planning a visit to especially taste something particular, then please do phone ahead to make sure it's on the menu on the day that you plan to visit, you can call them on: 07760 900 590 TifinBox restaurant is located at: 14 Harrow Place, London E1 7DB Tiffin Box's Facebook page: @The.TifinBox (Video recorded on Wednesday 8th March 2017). I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)

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✓ Once again, it's our pleasure as we revisit Tifinbox restaurant kitchen, where head chef Pankaj kindly reveals another of his recipe secrets from his restaurant menu. The recipe dish shown is a vegetarian treat specially suitable for people with a sweet tooth, it's a delicious veggie recipe.

INGREDIENTS REQUIRED (you can adjust the quantities according to taste & requirements):

* Grated Carrots.
* Sugar.
* Milk Powder.
* Desi Butter Ghee.
* Pistachios Roughly Chopped.
* Almonds (without Skin).
* Sultanas.
* Cardamon.
* Saffron.

Once you watch this step by step video - you will know how to make this very popular sweet which is desired all year; usually after lunch or a dinner meal but especially enjoyed at Diwali time...........enjoy !!!

The recipe quantities shown in the video are to serve approximately 40 to 45 large size portions (as this is a working commercial kitchen).

We can confidently say that this is everyone's favourite winter dessert. A great taste with simple ingredients.

This is very much a privileged peek into Tifin Box's restaurant kitchen, watching a highly experienced cook making a large quantity of yummy Indian food.

As you know this restaurant is a favourite "Cutting Chai" place that we absolutely love, it's a place inspired by beautiful Mother India and the pavement kitchens that provide sustenance for its many inhabitants with the cheapest and tastiest of freshly made food anywhere. Where the street chefs create food that is blessed by hand and human touch and further energised and charged by positive thoughts which adds that magical ingredient that processed & machine made foods does not and cannot not have!!!

This is a Punjabi Dhaba style place which offers a little taste of India in London. We would go as far as to say that this place is a foodies dream come true...........because these guys have created a delicious menu drawing inspiration from some of the classic and most famous street foods of India, this is wonderful "Restaurant Quality Food" but at very affordable street food prices!!!

A lot of people ask; how can you tell if an Indian restaurant is good? Our answer always is look out for any place where "Desi" Indians eat.........every time we've visited here, we've always seen a large mix of customers, but also a lot of diners from the Indian subcontinent.........which we can say is the ultimate seal of approval !!!

If you can remember, we "discovered" this secret place earlier last year when knowledgeable Gujarati Head Chef / Rasoi Pankaj shared his renowned Pav Bhaji recipe: https://youtu.be/W8_jt2bfpfo
& Dal Makhni Recipe: https://youtu.be/pUXpOqQvxz8
& "Sabzi Bhuna" Recipe: https://youtu.be/svONvLqXi8c

A special thank you to Chef Pankaj, Nipesh, Sunil & all the Tiffin Box team who very much welcomed us and graciously allowed us a privileged glimpse into their kitchen to do the videoing.

Please Note: that some of the menu items here are "specials" so may perhaps not be on the menu every day - if you're planning a visit to especially taste something particular, then please do phone ahead to make sure it's on the menu on the day that you plan to visit, you can call them on: 07760 900 590

TifinBox restaurant is located at: 14 Harrow Place, London E1 7DB

Tiffin Box's Facebook page: @The.TifinBox



(Video recorded on Wednesday 8th March 2017).

I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)

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