The festival of Diwali demands to be enjoyed in more ways than one and food holds a very special place during this time. While there are different specialities during this time, it is the sweet meats that people can’t get enough of and chefs in India say why go for the usual when you can innovate
Chef Aditi Handa’s uses a French bread over the classic to make a Brioche Shahi Tukda. Photo Courtesy: Baker's Dozen
Diwali, or festival of lights, as it is more commonly known in India is around the corner. It is that time of the year when almost every person is going to make sure to celebrate this festival to the fullest. It is a shared sentiment especially because they haven’t been able to enjoy it in more ways than one in the last two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.