Why keeping wonderful, mouth-watering recipes deadly secret can be a very stupid, selfish and dangerous idea indeed….

Ingredients

  •  1 lonely, pretty, red-haired 15 year old princess
  • 1 bunch of happy-go-lucky schoolgirls collectively known as the ‘Babblers’
  • 1 kid brother of one of the above girls
  • 1 roly-poly good maharaja who is a legendary cook
  • 1 rakish young maharaja, brother of above, fond of fast cars and racehorses
  • 1 evil and completely mad rajasahib from a rival kingdom
  • 1 even more evil son of the above, with terrible designs on the princess
  • 1 Top Secret Recipe Masterbook
  • 1 devastating dinner menu including the famous ‘Sharabi Suar Ke Bachche’ and ‘Tun-tun Rani ke Aloo’
  • 1 black and silver Rolls Royce Phantom
  • Numerous miscellaneous villains, crooks, cooks and elephants
  • Generous pinches of guile, charm, cunning, culinary skill and sheer guts

 

Method:

  1.  Take lonely princess and mix (bond) with bunch of schoolgirls and kid brother
  2. Stir in back story of the legendary Recipe Masterbook
  3. Sauté rakish young maharaja with evil rajasahib till the latter is frothing at the mouth and swearing vengeance
  4. Take princess and friends and forcibly dump into evil bubbling p(l)ot of mad rajasahib and son
  5. Mix children with guile, charm, cunning, culinary skill and sheer guts and devastating dinner menu (including ‘Sharabi Suar Ke Bachche’ and ‘Tun-tun Rani ke Aloo’). Stir well.
  6. Pile children into black and silver Rolls Royce Phantom and bake high speed getaway
  7. Garnish with numerous cooks, crooks, irritable elephants, high-speed car chases and at least one helicopter explosion

Serve to anyone between the ages of 10 and 100.

Enjoy