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A Detour From Thailand To Wish Shubho Noboborsho! This post probably should have happened a long time ago.

A Detour From Thailand To Wish Shubho Noboborsho!

The Shorshe Bata Maach or the Bengali Mustard Fish is the most sought after dish in a Bengali’s life (not necessarily, but to belong to the Bong brigade you have to play along with this tag). It has also been the most searched after term in my blog. A Bengali Blogger at the end of the day has to blog on Maach/Fish, Shorshe Bata/Mustard Paste and Rôshogolla/Rasgulla. Bong Mom's CookBook. Indian Classics - Chicken Chettinad. A few weeks ago, I was browsing through a few of the recipes I collected from my family.

Indian Classics - Chicken Chettinad

When I was back in India, I got into a habit of collecting recipes of the dishes that my mum and family cooked for us, and I also made it a point to get all the recipes that I could from my grandmothers as well. My grandmothers are quite elderly, and very often don't remember exactly how to make a recipe, even though they are able to tell me how it should taste and what the flavours are. In which case, I have to clarify several times with my mum and aunts to make a certain dish, and the ingredients for it. It's an interesting process for sure, almost like a jigsaw and when the pieces all fit, its a really great feeling of recreating a dish that predates me :) That said, this dish wasn't one of those kinds. Every household in South India will probably have its own recipe for this dish. Asian sticky wings $5.07 recipe / $1.27 serving. Paneer Kathi Rolls. Schools started last week and so did the heavy rains.

Paneer Kathi Rolls

I am trying to adjust to the new routine of waking up early and making two lunch boxes and then running to the bus stop to see off my little one. In all this, I have not found anytime to create new yummy dishes and blog about them. That is till the weekend, my husband was talking about Kathi Rolls and his days in Mumbai and wondered if I could make them. So I turned to my head chef ( Mr. Google ) and asked his advice. I have adapted this recipe a little bit. Makes 6-7 rolls Ingredients For the Paneer Sabzi 400 gm / approximately 1 pound paneer, cut into 2 inch x 1/2 inch thick fingers 1 large red onion, sliced 1 medium sized bell pepper, cut into similar sized strips 1 tsp cayenne / lal mirchi powder salt, to taste 2 tbsp oil For the marinade For the Roti 2 cups all purpose flour / maida ( you can also use half whole wheat and half all purpose flour ) 1/4 tsp salt 2 tsp oil.

Coorg Pork Curry/ Pandi Curry. Ingredients: 1 Kg Pork (2 Lbs) 1 tbs Chilly power 1tsp Turmeric power 1tsp Cummin Seeds (Jeera) 8-10 Small Onions or 2 big onions 10-15 cloves of Garlic 3-4 Green Chills 1/2 tsp Mustard seeds 2 tbs Cummin Power Vinegar or concentrated tamarind juice (or Kachampuli if you can get it) Salt to taste Method: Wash the Pork couple of times, remove excess water.

Coorg Pork Curry/ Pandi Curry

Chicken Fried Rice « Incidental Indian Cooking. Posted: April 11, 2011 by incidentalcooksuman in Dinner, Indian Food, Indo Chinese, Rice, Street Food Tags: bell pepper, broccoli, Chicken, chinese, dinner, fried, peas, Rice, Soy sauce, spring onions, stir fry, stir fry sauce, take out Fried rice is popular dish in Asian cuisine especially in Chinese food.

Chicken Fried Rice « Incidental Indian Cooking

It is made with steamed white rice/brown rice, stir fried in wok with some meats, eggs and veggies of your choice. There are many varieties of fried rice, with its own specific list of ingredients. Fried rice is also the most common food sold in Chinese takeout. Gordon Ramsay's Malaysian Chicken Curry Recipe - Food.com - 254495. Gordon Ramsay's butter chicken recipe. The Spice Spoon. IndianSimmer - Indian food made easy plus more! Paneer Butter Masala: Restaurant-Style Recipe - Step by Step. Let's talk about Paneer Butter Masala today.

Paneer Butter Masala: Restaurant-Style Recipe - Step by Step

Not just any kind, the kind that you get in Indian restaurants. Indian Food Recipes-Andhra Recipes-Indian Vegetarian Recipes. Punjabi Chicken Curry. Punjabi Chicken Curry For those who are fond of spicy food, Indian food recipes can add a classic variation to a meal.

Punjabi Chicken Curry

Indian food is known worldwide for its taste and food textures that are unique in themselves. The famous mutton and chicken curry recipes from different parts of India have excited many a palette. Here we take up a rich Punjabi chicken curry recipe that as its name suggests comes from the lively state of Punjab. This Punjabi chicken curry is succulent and hot and can be a perfect lunch treat. Preparation Time: 30 minutesCooking Time: 30 minutesServes: 3 Punjabi Chicken Curry Ingredients Punjabi Chicken Curry Ingredients Chicken 250 gm1 large Onion chopped3 small Tomatoes, puréed¼ cup Curd1 to 2 tsp Ginger garlic paste1 tsp Chili powder1 tsp Coriander powderA pinch TurmericSalt to taste1 tbsp Oil4-5 sprigs fresh coriander, finely chopped Whole masala: 2 Bay leaves2 Cardamoms3 Cloves1 inch Cinnamon Ground masala: Method Clean and wash the chicken.

Pressure Cooker Recipes. Archive » Thai-Inspired Seafood Salad with Snow Pea Shoots, Napa Cabbage, & Fresh Herbs. “Why does Sea World have a seafood restaurant???

Archive » Thai-Inspired Seafood Salad with Snow Pea Shoots, Napa Cabbage, & Fresh Herbs

I’m halfway through my fish burger and I realize ‘Oh my God…..I could be eating a slow learner.” -Lyndon B. Johnson, Democratic poverty and civil rights advocate, as well as 36th president of the United States, stepping into office upon the assassination of JFK. Just another WordPress.com site.