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A few weeks ago, I was browsing through a few of the recipes I collected from my family.
Schools started last week and so did the heavy rains. 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.
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. Marinate the pork for 10-15 minutes with salt, red chilly power, and turmeric. In the mean while blend the Onions, Green Chilles,Ginger and a little Cummin seeds.
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. It is made with steamed white rice/brown rice, stir fried in wok with some meats, eggs and veggies of your choice.
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