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I made this for my American friend who did not want it very spicy. Instead of spurting mustard we've used cumin and there is no chilly powder at all. Coconut milk was added at last for the gravy and a little bit of water to dilute it. Use the coconut milk to reduce the spiciness but be careful to not sweeten it. The taste is predominantly cilantro and we were generous with the leaves towards the end. Use very little turmeric. Just enough to give t the color. This is not a very easy recipe unless you manage to get all the ingredients from an Indian store. Like most Indian recipes, the key is to prep everything up before you hit the burner. Credits: Mahesh Mohanan and recipe from his wife Prajeetha.
Gratins are perhaps the best filling dinner bakes of the Euro cuisine. They don’t take much skill to bake and like Fritata’s can accommodate mostly anything as filling. The key part is to get the @[D55137] in right quantity. Once you get a hang of gratins, this will be the major dish you turn to whenever you have an impromptu guest.
This slow roasted chicken n veggies dish is a complete dinner in one go! guaranteed soft, succulent, fall-off-the-bone chicken and crispy skin... its to die for!!! its inspired by the slow cooked french chicken/poultry casseroles with whole garlic cloves and root veggies.
I'm sure most of you would be familiar with this famous Arab sandwich wrap! It is fairly easy to make at home and tastes just as good or even better :) Although you could make your own bread for this, I just used store bought pita pockets to save time. For the garlic sauce, I took the lazy man's route again! However, if you want to go ahead for the traditional garlic sauce I bet you will find many links and tutorials explaining how to make thoom (garlic sauce in arabic). Well without further ado onto the ingredients! P.S. The shawarma chicken I made looks a little too tandoorish. It would have been normal had I not been day-dreaming. -_-
Baked Spaghetti! Thanks to Paula Deen for coming up with this one. This is perfect for a one pot family meal, or for a potluck. I made this on a Friday night a week ago, and we had it for a few meals LOL. Two adults and a 17mos old could not finish it off in one go! What I love is that it has my family favourites in this - mince and spaghetti. Loved watching the toddler demolish this :)This is a meal you need to have a lot of space for in your tummy ... so if you have big hungry eaters at home, they will love this!
Its yummly awesome! Even if i say so my self...its simple and taste really nice with pasta.. We usually make veg pastas as i haven't started giving my 2 year old any meat and this is a great accompaniment. Inspired from tried out recpie.
This is a simple recipe mostly needed as a precursor for other recipes like Pasta bake, broccoli in cheese sauce etc. The key to this recipe is constant stirring. Stop the stirring and the flour gets stuck at the bottom. Use a whisk and never a spoon. The sauce is so yummy that you’ll lick your finger way through. Credit to videogug for this.
Pathiri, a delicacy from the southern state of Kerala, is a flat bread made with rice flour. It is very popular in the Malabar region, especially among the Muslims. When we have guests, there is nothing more satisfying than serving Pathiri with some chicken or beef curry. My mother makes them very often, but during the month of Ramzan this is a must have for dinner.