Spicy Kobabs made from Mahi Mahi Fish. Mahi Mahi is a Hawaiian Fish also known as Dorado in the coast of South Africa. Fish is about 15 to 25 pounds. It is very colorful fish. It has soft and oily flesh and is just great for Kabobs. So when you have some company go ahead and make some Mahi Mahi Spicy Kabobs and serve with some good single malt scotch whisky .. my favorite Laphroaig islay single malt triple wood non-chill filtered.
It is one of those comfort brunches which you can prepare at the drop of a hat. All you need is some chicken keema, basic veggies and bread in your stock and you're good to go. This burger also makes for a great office/school lunch. Serve with some fries if you don't mind the calories. :)
My first attempt at these intricate, humble Kerala Christmas delicacies. The first batch of this crisp crunchy snack does make for a pretty picture. This seemingly simple snack requires a certain amount of dexterity in releasing the batter from the mould. But it isn't difficult to make. They're made with an iron mould dipped into a crepe like batter made of rice, egg, milk, sugar, salt and then deep fried. The mould is to be treated before use. I applied some coconut oil and left it on my terrace. Inspite of following Mum's instructions, I had a few initial fiascos, like the batter getting stuck on the mould and some browning too much. But after adjusting the heat and balancing the mould, it was a breeze. I enjoyed a hot one with chocolate sauce. Next time i shall crush some over icecream.