Last Updated: September 30, 2020
In our sixth instalment of ‘Tapau Please’ podcast by SethLui.com, we speak to Vasun, founder of Monsoontable.com. Her unbridled love for food can be seen in the meticulous fashion that she fleshes out recipes on her site, and her Instagram account displays all the colourful creations she’s had the joy of cooking and sharing with all of us.
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I hope you're having the feels for a homemade 'Weekend Thosai Brunch' sesh because I just shared the recipe for my two favourite, everyday chutneys on IG stories and some indian grocery shopping tips 💪🏽 If you make batter on Saturday night, it'll be ready on Sunday morning as you'll need at least 6 hours for the batter to ferment. The crazy humidity we're experimenting now will ensure fermentation happens. You've got this 💪🏽 Let's make some age old Asian fermentation happen in your kitchens! I'm excited to see what you make. Btw, if you use gingelly or coconut oil, the entire spread of food is completely vegan, plant-based and glutenfree. • • • #monsoontable #walkwithindia #discovering_dtn #goyajournal #f52grams #plantbased #vegan #glutenfree #eeeeeats #forkyeah #beautifulcuisines #thecookfeed #thekitchn #onthetable #indianfoodmovement #dailyfoodfeed #sgig #sgigfoodies #spoonfeed #hautecuisines #lifeandthyme #eattheworld #makeitdelicious #heresmyfood
Through numerous versions of her own thosai recipe, she has now proclaimed herself as ‘Thosai Consultant’ as eagerly enthusiastic home cooks seek advice from her on how to perfect their own thosai. This special two-part episode takes all of us—interviewer and listeners alike—on an aural adventure on how her spark for food began, where it has taken her, and what all of us can take away from the food that we eat every day.
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