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Matar Pulao

Asma Khan

Lesson time 15 min

Add extra excitement to your plain white rice as you learn to make this simple but flavorful side dish. ‘Matar’ is Hindi for green peas and ‘pulao’ means pilaf, and in this lesson, you’ll learn the basics of masalas (spice blends) as you make this classic and insanely popular Indian rice and peas dish.

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Asma Khan is one of the UK and India’s brightest culinary stars. The owner of the famed London eatery Darjeeling Express and bestselling cookbook author of “Asma’s Indian Kitchen” teaches her favorite family recipes, inspired by her childhood in Kolkata, West Bengal. The chef, restaurateur, and activist is known for breaking barriers: She fights for gender equality and her kitchen is run entirely by South Asian immigrant women. Khan is the first British chef to be featured on Netflix’s Emmy-nominated Chef’s Table and, in 2019, was listed number 1 on Business Insider’s ranking of “100 Coolest People in Food and Drink”. 

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Asma Khan
Teaches Her Indian Cuisine

Asma Khan, the acclaimed Bengali chef, London restaurateur, and social activist, will guide home cooks on an epic culinary journey through the bustling bazaars and narrow alleyways of Kolkata, a city known for its art, intellect, colonial-style architecture, and of course, rich gastronomic heritage, traditions, and flavors. Khan, a social activist known for breaking down patriarchal barriers, will take you on an adventure to her hometown, where you will meet her friends, family, and people making a difference in the food scene of West Bengal.  Feed your knowledge on Indian masalas (spice blends), vegetables, and street foods as you expand your epicurean horizons and learn how to cook the foods that made Asma Khan who she is today.

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