One of my foodie friends, The Restaurant Fairy, hosted a beautiful and delicious Indian brunch at her home and invited a bunch of us fellow foodies to come by.
They say that, in India, the best food is found either in the streets or in peoples’ homes. I can honestly say that I’ve never had better Indian food than I did at this homemade brunch. No restaurant in the city even comes close.
Puri, Indian street food snacks with chickpea spread filling:
Sweet potato and squash spread with Indian spices and flat bread:
Chaat (Indian savory snack food) consisting of chickpeas, avocado, yogurt and spicy sauces with crunchy puffs:
Chickpea and lentil slider:
Yogurt sauce for rice:
Daal (spiced lentils):
Cabbage slaw with curry leaves:
We also had some Chicken Tikka Masala toward the tail end but I didn’t shoot it. It was the best version of that dish I’ve ever had.
Treats from Iran, similar to Turkish Delight:
Walnut cookies with cream: