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Apple Pie- Granny's Tarte Tatin

Here's a quick and easy recipe for the traditional tarte tatin- the succulent apple pie baked upside down. This one is delicately spiced and is preferably eaten warm with a dollop of ice-cream (not essential, but then, who's complaining ! )


Apple Pie- Tarte Tatin


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Leek & Mushroom Pie

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The aroma of freshly baked pies is tantalizing on a cold, windy evening. Here is an extremely simple recipe of Leek and mushroom pie or 'Quiche aux poireaux et champignons'. Why leek and mushrooms ? Autumn being the season for mushrooms, they are readily available everywhere. The soft tastes of mushrooms and leeks blend well with the crustiness of pastry shell. 


Leek & Mushroom Pie

It can be used as a starter or a main dish. Serves 6.

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Vegetable Pie Recipe

I discovered the joys of baking the pies not long back. They are so easy to make and turn out good every time. One can make them with or without eggs*. Here's a simple recipe for Vegetable pie or Tarte aux Légumes.


Vegetable pie
Vegetable pie without eggs

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Eggless Gingerbread Cake

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Popularly known as 'Pain d'Epices' in France, 'Gingerbread' is a Christmas perennial. Add a bit of spices to your festive table with a sweet twist.


Pain d'epices



Here's the recipe in English and in French.

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For anyone who comes from North India, rajma-chawal is one of those national symbols that keep us beckoning to our mothers' kitchens. Red kidney beans are also a common ingredient of Mexican dish 'chilli con carne' and are equally used in Creole dish of red beans with rice in Louisiana.




Without further ado, here's the punjabi recipe that works almost flawlessly for Rajma.

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