Indulge in the traditional breakfast foods of India after learning to prepare some specialty dishes.
- Anupy Singla is an Indian cookbook author and food journalist
- Discover the savory and sweet dishes of a typical Indian breakfast
- Enjoy a brunch spread cooked by Anupy and help with some of the preparation
Most Indian restaurants are open for lunch and dinner. So unless you grow up in an Indian household, there is one major component of Indian cuisine that you’re entirely missing: breakfast. A Northern Indian breakfast includes some of the most delectable dishes of them all: breads stuffed with savory potatoes, sweet crepes, delicious halwa and steaming cups of chai.
Award-winning foodie journalist and cookbook author Anupy Singla learned to cook Indian food from her paternal grandfather, who schooled her in the traditional Punjabi-style of cooking. When she had children of her own, her passion for feeding them the same food her mother had fed her ignited a spark to create a cookbook filled with Indian recipes.
Discover what you’ve been missing with a relaxing Sunday brunch at Anupy’s house. You’ll feast on traditional Indian breakfast foods and learn how to make a few of your own. Join Anupy in the kitchen to stuff and roll out the perfect paratha, and see what goes into making the pudding-like halwa. You'll learn a little, eat a lot and above all, find time to relax. You can even bring along your Sunday paper for the complete experience.
Meet the Host
Anupy Singla is an award-winning journalist turned foodie turned cookbook author. Born in India and raised outside of Philadelphia, Anupy grew up visiting her father’s childhood village in India where her grandfather taught her the ways of Punjabi cooking. Later, her mother introduced her to the...More about this host