On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, growing up North Indian in The Lone Star State (Dallas, Texas to be exact) didn’t mean Indian-American mashups like Roti Pizza were a given. For food writer Priya Krishna, her mother Ritu’s penchant for cooking, lead her away from the traditional dal and sabzi recipes you’d see in Hindi cookbooks, instead, considering her cuisine a coalescence. Now, it’s the eponymous name given to her daughter Priya’s cookbook, “Indian-ish”: Recipes and Antics from a Modern American Family”.

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