Beneath its touristy lustre, Goa preserves a deeply traditional culture and a cuisine that has a longstanding Portuguese influence to it. Chef Aditya Bal is out on the lanes of the state with just one purpose in mind to discover the firsts of all the recipes that were forgotten with time and evolution. What does he discover Find out in this episode.
A quaint, sleepy little onestreet villagetown in unlikely southern Gujarat, Udvada belongs in the 19th century. Its streets are frozen in time and are the perfect route into the gastronomic legacy of the foodloving Parsi community. This mecca of the Parsis is decorated with heritage homes and handsome rustic kitchens that preserve the tradition of cooking on woodfire.In these kitchens, Aditya Bal cooks with the happygolucky locals and discovers forgotten recipes with stunning techniques and tastes that are a delightful amalgamation of Persian and Gujarati cultures and their flavours
Lost Recipes timetravels to a Mumbai that is longforgotten and now exists only in history books. A fascinating mix of Portuguese and British influences, Mumbais two thousand year old East Indian Communitys food is a mouthwatering blend of art and history. From rustic recipes that are two millennia old to the ones that transport us into the 19th century kitchen, the forgotten recipes of Mumbais East Indian community, promise to pack a punch and whet the appetite even today.