I was very excited to compete with the Chef. My goal was to come as close to his points as possible. It will be a while for me to get to his level but to get the opportunity to compete was great. Enjoy the episode.
The family episode of De Chef with my daughter was so much fun.
My Profile on Dhe Chef – it is such an honour to be featured. Loved that my family is also part of this profile.
Another round with the Chef: Soooo Proud…….I was able to compete and get very close to Chef Ajith’s points. This is a Dhe Star I will always cherish!!! Thank you Dhe Chef for the opportunity.
Dhe Ruchi Episodes
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 318 – Pakoda Chaat & Sandwich Pizza Dosa I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 253 – Chocolate Delight I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 315 – Pulikuthi Upperi & Idichakka cutlet I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 308 – Gatte ki Sabzi & Punjabi Lemon Chicken I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 200 – Onion Kachori & Rice balls I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 195 – Banana Peanut Butter Ice Cream & Nouget Souffle I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 190 – Dal makhani & Onion Kulcha I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 178 – Mango Mint Fool & Raffaello Pudding I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 153 – Kadai Vegetable & Garlic Paratha I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 128 – Ginger chatni, Green chatni & Cauliflower chatni I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Episode 104 – Apple Butterscotch Pudding I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi Episode 96 – Green peas Makana Kurma I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 88 – Soya Chunks Cutlet Recipe I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 21 – No Bake Cheese cake & Chicken Makhani Recipe I Mazhavil Manorama
Dhe Ruchi I Ep 02 – Indian spicy chicken with vegetables Receipe I Mazhavil Manorama
Vegan Awareness initiative
Recently I have started using Vegan recipes. This is a small message to support and create Vegan awareness.
Indira’s Kitchen commits to incorporate animal welfare practices by 2021.
We have partnered with Humane Society International/India to take its animal welfare commitment forward in the country.
Indira’s Kitchen is committed to providing its consumers with sustainably produced nutritious food, that promotes planetary and individual health. We strive to ensure that we leave a minimal environmental footprint, encourage better public health and food safety, and promote animal welfare. We are committed to providing our consumers with high-quality nutritious, humanely produced food, by diversifying our plant-based offerings and developing an animal welfare policy. We believe that responsible, sustainable and ethical sourcing is of utmost importance. We believe that animals, whether at farm, in transit, or in market must be given the following five freedoms –
• Freedom from hunger, thirst and malnutrition – by ready access to fresh water and a diet to maintain full health and vigor.
• Freedom from physical and thermal discomfort – by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area.
• Freedom from pain, injury or disease – by prevention or rapid diagnosis and adequate treatment.
• Freedom from fear and distress – by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering.
• Freedom to express normal behavior – by providing sufficient space, proper facilities and company of the animal’s own kind.
To support our goal of promoting plant-forward consumption amongst our consumers, we commit to the following –
Reduction of 20% of the total volume of animal products typically purchased each year and replacement with plant-based alternatives. This will consist of:
• 10% of the dairy based products on our present menu replaced with plant-based dairy alternatives
• 10% of the eggs and meat used in our foods will be replaced with plant-based offerings.
We thank Humane Society International/India for giving us this opportunity. Visit www.hsi.org to know more details of their work.