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Chaat Magazine Issue 26 Jun/Jul/Aug 2016

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This issue, we celebrate 5 years of Chaat! magazine with 25 summery spice filled recipes ranging from Malaysian noodles to Spice Parsnip and Orange Cake! Highlights include: a spicy afternoon tea menu, compiled with help from Great British Bake Off’s Nadiya Hussain; tempting travel features on intriguing destinations such as Little Tibet and Iran; along with fascinating insights into Punjabi cuisines. Our second part of the #GrowYourOwnCurry campaign for 2016 continues…. plus lots more

INTRODUCING THE ONLY NATIONAL CONSUMER MAGAZINE DEVOTED TO THE UK’S MOST CHERISHED FLAVOURS OF SPICE.
(Chaat Magazine is published quarterly)
Chaat! Magazine is a delightful read for those who love a bit of spice!

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Our Red Lentils are of the highest quality, going through a vigorous re-cleaning, polishing & de-stoning process at our state of the art facility. Red lentils are arguably the most popular of the lentil variety being a favourite in dishes such as red lentil curries, stews and soups. Their short cooking time and ease of use makes them a family favourite. Lentils, a staple food in Indian homes and Indian Cooking, they are the seeds of plants of the 'Leguminosae' family. They posses the natural property of absorbing the flavours of spices added to them during the cooking process. Lentils are grown in warm temperate zones, and are an excellent source of protein and fibre. With an extremely low fat content, they make a healthy and nutritious meal for everyone and are a very good vegetarian alternative to meat dishes in Indian cooking.

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