Behind The Cooking of Tandoori Chicken

Monday, March 12, 2018
Indian cuisine consists of a wide variety of regional and traditional cuisines native to the Indian subcontinent. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate, culture, ethnic groups, and occupations, these cuisines vary substantially from each other and use locally available spices (, herbs (, vegetables (, and fruits (ht ...Read More

Turkey Bhoona Recipe

Monday, January 25, 2016
Ever been stuck with leftovers and no inspiration but the turkey sandwich? Indian food doesn't have to be hard to make and our leftover turkey recipe is just the example of home Indian cooking you've been looking for. Turkey Bhoona (serves 2) 250gm left over shredded turkey 2 chopped onions (medium size) 1 chopped tomato (medium size) 2tbs cooking oil ½ tsp garlic paste ½ tsp gi ...Read More

Five Foot Two’s

Sunday, July 12, 2015
8pm the music starts, so prompt arrival of 7.30pm please! Call us now on 01293 525 107 to book. The Five Foot Twos are a youth Jazz band who play together as a 7 piece, with special guests joining for occasional concerts. In November 2012 they recorded their first studio album – ‘Five Foot Two – I Mean You’ which proved to be a huge success among many age groups. The band is labelled as a Jazz band, but this never stops them from  ...Read More

Bollywood Night at Zari on 9th April 2014

Sunday, July 12, 2015
Due to Popular demand“ Bollywood Night” at Zari is back! on Wednesday 9th April at 7pm for 7.30 Start Come and join us for a Night of Live and Exciting Bollywood Dance and Entertainment. Enjoy a 6 course meal or recline in conversation , sipping on some of our signature cocktails We promise to make it a Night to Remember ! Whether you know nothing of Bollywood or are an avid fan of Indian Music, we are sure you will have ...Read More

Lucknawi Biryani History And Authentic Recipe

Sunday, July 12, 2015
The very mention of Lucknow, which is also known as Awadh, brings to mind the tradition of “pehle app” (after you) , the language dripping with politeness and the lifestyle of the nawabs. But what appeals most is the cuisine of Awadh famous for it high standards of gastronomic etiquette still preserved in the current aristocracy and the famous “bawarchis” (cooks) who with perserverance and tremendous discipline continue to follow traditional  ...Read More

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