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Huffington Post, 11 Oct 2012

What To Eat When You Have A Cold

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Soups, Stews, Hot Toddies And More (PHOTOS)

Get the Saag Paneer recipe from Quick Indian Cooking

This comforting spinach dish also packs a detoxifying holy trinity: garlic, ginger and turmeric.

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    Jamie Magazine, September 2012

    I KNOW THIS GREAT PLACE FOR A CURRY

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    Britain is renowned for its love of curry, but authentic, diverse South Asian cuisine is finally getting the respect it deserves. Find out about the history of our love affair with spicy food and check out our selection of the 32 best curry houses in the UK.

    Mallika Basu quoted as a food writer and blogger in Jamie Oliver’s magazine.

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      iDiva.com, June 2012

      Recipes by Miss Masala, Mallika Basu

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      My recipes on iDiva, a Times Group website, and officially the No.1 Indian online lifestyle portal for women in India.

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        Elle India, November 2011

        The Influencers: Elle 25

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        What does it take to be POWERFUL? Ingenuity. Excellence. Fortitude. Dynamism. And the COURAGE to think up a big, INVENTIVE idea and then make it happen. ELLE presents a list of achievers who are breaking new ground in fashion, literature, technology, music, film, food and sport

        “A couple of years ago, when anyone who could boil an egg became a food blogger, a good blog needed an absolutely fabulous USP. It had to be easy on the eye. It had to be smartly written in a tone that let you in just enough on the blogger’s life so you thought of them as a good friend. And the recipes, of course, had to be of the can’t-live-without kind. Mallika Basu’s QuickIndianCooking.com meets all of these criteria. Which is why it quickly became a bookmark that people around the world – Indian or not – still consider a go-to when they want to rustle up a quick and, most importantly, delicious Indian meal. Little surprise, then, that like all successful food bloggers, Mallika followed this up with a popular cookbook, Miss Masala: Real Indian Cooking for Busy Living (HarperCollins, 2010).

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          Harper’s Bazaar India, November 2011

          The Web Culinairies

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          The Internet has thrown up a new brand of Indian food inventors who are creating a stir with their innovative dishes and sense of adventure. Bazaar follows their trail.

          “MallikaBasu… is committed to the concept of quick Indian cooking. Based in England, she started her blog in an effort to convey to people that Indian food wasn’t as cumbersome as was popularly considered. So, traverse the easy basics of creating delectable Indian dishes on her portal. Basu’s efforts also recently culminated in her debut cookbook Masala, that showcases ways to make cooking more fun, interspersed with anecdotes on how she juggles her work, goddess status, and social life.”

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