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Indian vegetarian food is actually quite refined in the <br>way that there are hundreds of ways of cooking with lentils and dairy products. Gujarati food, of course, has amazing vegetarian options as does South Indian and Marwari food <b><br><br>Anjum Anand | CELEBRITY CHEF </b><br><br>

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Indian vegetarian food is actually quite refined in the
way that there are hundreds of ways of cooking with lentils and dairy products. Gujarati food, of course, has amazing vegetarian options as does South Indian and Marwari food

Anjum Anand | CELEBRITY CHEF


One can get really creative with vegetarian food. Crumb kebabs with cornflakes. Make a corn dog, like <br>'a sheesh kebab, which is just corn and potato. Indian restaurants sadly play it safe. If the lala in Karol Bagh wants to have dal makhani and paneer makhni, why should I as a restaurant want to offer him anything different. People are happy with innovations in Italian food or Japanese. When it comes to Indian food, very few are pushing the boundaries <b><br><br>Vineet Bhatia | MICHELIN STAR CHEF AT RASOI </b><br><br>

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October 20, 2012


One can get really creative with vegetarian food. Crumb kebabs with cornflakes. Make a corn dog, like
'a sheesh kebab, which is just corn and potato. Indian restaurants sadly play it safe. If the lala in Karol Bagh wants to have dal makhani and paneer makhni, why should I as a restaurant want to offer him anything different. People are happy with innovations in Italian food or Japanese. When it comes to Indian food, very few are pushing the boundaries

Vineet Bhatia | MICHELIN STAR CHEF AT RASOI


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