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Born and raised in Kolkata, the Indian City of Joy, I immigrated to the United States as a graduate student in 2005. I now live in Danville, California with my husband, two gigantic German Shepherd puppies and a bunch of Discus fish. An engineer and MBA by background, a marketing designer by profession, a voracious reader and a compulsive movie addict by hobby, I can't stop talking about interesting, exciting, intriguing and inspiring stuff I stumble up on.

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  1. sewloveable
    sewloveable at | | Reply

    Love this fusion…..look’s amazing.

  2. Arun Shekar
    Arun Shekar at | | Reply

    I wish you could send some over :)

  3. Teresa Blackburn
    Teresa Blackburn at | | Reply

    Wonderful new way to fry chicken! I love thighs as they have so much more flavor than breasts so this one is for me. I will have to search out “asafoetida” as I am not familiar with this spice?

    1. MimiG
      MimiG at | | Reply

      Thank you so much Teresa!I’m so glad you liked the recipe :).
      You can find powdered asafoetida in any Indian store and even in the ethnic food aisle of some Whole Foods Market. If used in very controlled amounts, it imparts a beautiful flavor to the dishes.

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