Diljit Dosanjh Reminisced About Living In His Pind, Dosanjh Kalan; Talks About A Unique Kele Ki Chutney; Recipe Inside

It's time for you to make Diljit Dosanjh's special recommendation, kele ki chutney.

by Shreya Ghosh
Diljit Dosanjh Reminisced About Living In His Pind, Dosanjh Kalan; Talks About A Unique Kele Ki Chutney; Recipe Inside

We are too excited for this week’s Sunday Brunch episode as none other than Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa joined our Editor-in-Chief Kamiya Jani to relish a scrumptious feast. We LOVE listening to Diljit’s songs, seeing him on stage, his cooking videos on social media, and his iconic dialogue “Main keha main ta karke dikhau“. On the other hand, Neeru is one of the most loved actors in Punjab’s film industry. When two Punjabis come together, things are surely going to be grand.

Diljit Dosanjh Walked Down Memory Lane; Shared Nostalgic Memories

Diljit Dosanjh
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On this episode of Sunday Brunch, the actor reminisced about his beautiful childhood years spent in Punjab. You might be surprised to know that both his surname and Pind are the same. Dosanjh spent the first 10 years of his life in Punjab’s Dosanjh Kalan. Later, he shifted to Ludhiana.

Diljit Dosanjh talked about those golden days and shared his village’s foodie experiences that he enjoyed as a kid. Back in the day, pakode and barfi were famous in Dosanjh Kalan. Also, samosa and matri were relished quite a lot. Locals loved relishing these delicious delights. Foodies savoured rasgulla on special occasions such as wedding celebrations.

Diljit Dosanjh
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While hearing him talk about his childhood’s culinary stories, we came to know about an interesting combination of samosa and kele ki chutney. Diljit shared how kele ki chutney was served with yummy samosa only during weddings. Have you tried this sweet-and-sour spread? If not, you surely need to make it at home. The recipe is simple and of course, it tastes delicious with fried samosa, pakoda, and fried treats.

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Here’s How To Make Kele Ki Chutney

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It’s time for you to cook Diljit Dosanjh’s recommendation, kele ki chutney. Its recipe is easy-peasy and can be prepared in just 15 minutes.

  • First, make tamarind water. Boil tamarind in a pan. Once done, transfer tamarind and water to a mixer, grind, and sieve well.
  • Next, start the chutney preparation. Take ripe bananas and cut them into pieces.
  • Take a pan, add oil, and temper cumin seeds, dried red chillies, fennel seeds, and bay leaves.
  • After a few seconds, add jaggery and cook for a few minutes.
  • Next, add freshly made tamarind water.
  • Lastly, add banana pieces, coat them well, and pour water according to your desired consistency.
  • Make sure to stir gently till the bananas get softer. And it is ready to be served!

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Are you going to cook this simple chutney at home?

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