We re just standing in front of this heavenly malai chini toast thanking it for blessing our feeds and humbly asking for it to magically get in our bellies As we turn the corner to celebrate Diwali there s no better time to revisit this Bengali icon the earliest crumbs of which can be traced to the bylanes of colonial Calcutta s chai gully In fact thanks for this invention can largely be attributed to the British who opened our eyes and stomachs to the art of sliced bread layered with butter Today it s safe to say that childhood nostalgia doesn t come sweeter than a bed of warm toasted bread blanketed in smooth luscious clotted cream that s been slathered on all too generously and topped off sparkly caramelised sugar crystals you may send those sprinkling credits Salt Bae s way if you please Best enjoyed with a cup of piping hot tea this time of the year when the mercury plummets and wintry aromas fill the air What s your go to nostalgic nosh during festive season We d love to know so drop your answers in the comments below

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We're just standing in front of this heavenly malai chini toast, thanking it for blessing our feeds and humbly asking for it to magically get in our bellies.

As we turn the corner to celebrate Diwali, there's no better time to revisit this Bengali icon, the earliest crumbs of which can be traced to the bylanes of colonial Calcutta's chai gully. In fact, thanks for this invention can largely be attributed to the British, who opened our eyes (and stomachs) to the art of sliced bread layered with butter.

Today, it's safe to say that childhood nostalgia doesn't come sweeter than a bed of warm toasted bread blanketed in smooth, luscious clotted cream that's been slathered on all-too-generously and topped off sparkly caramelised sugar crystals (you may send those sprinkling credits Salt Bae's way, if you please). Best enjoyed with a cup of piping hot tea this time of the year, when the mercury plummets and wintry aromas fill the air.

What's your go-to nostalgic nosh during festive season? We'd love to know, so drop your answers in the comments below!

#Food #FoodBlogFeed #InstaFood #FoodFoodFood #Foodstagram #FoodLover #FoodLove #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #ReelItFeelIt #FoodReels

We're just standing in front of this heavenly malai chini toast, thanking it for blessing our feeds and humbly asking for it to magically get in our bellies. As we turn the corner to celebrate Diwali, there's no better time to revisit this Bengali icon, the earliest crumbs of which can be traced to the bylanes of colonial Calcutta's chai gully. In fact, thanks for this invention can largely be attributed to the British, who opened our eyes (and stomachs) to the art of sliced bread layered with butter. Today, it's safe to say that childhood nostalgia doesn't come sweeter than a bed of warm toasted bread blanketed in smooth, luscious clotted cream that's been slathered on all-too-generously and topped off sparkly caramelised sugar crystals (you may send those sprinkling credits Salt Bae's way, if you please). Best enjoyed with a cup of piping hot tea this time of the year, when the mercury plummets and wintry aromas fill the air. What's your go-to nostalgic nosh during festive season? We'd love to know, so drop your answers in the comments below! #Food #FoodBlogFeed #InstaFood #FoodFoodFood #Foodstagram #FoodLover #FoodLove #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #ReelItFeelIt #FoodReels

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