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Ground beef patty.
Potatoes inside puff pastry.
Beef cooked with mild spices rolled in sheet.
Pastry Ground chicken baked inside a puff pastry.
Aaloo Mutter Gajar
Potatoes, green peas and carrots.
Potatoes and cauliflower.
Spinach and potatoes cooked with spices.
Okra cooked with mild spices.
Zucchini with mild spices.
Mixed vegetables fried/cooked in yogurt sauce.
Yellow split peas cooked with spices.
Yellow lentils cooked with spices.
Urad dal cooked with spices.
Chickpeas cooked with ginger, garlic and onions.
Paya Cow feet cooked with onions, garlic, ginger and many hot spices.
Boneless beef cooked in gravy.
Potatoes cooked with ground beef.
Green peas cooked with ground beef and spices.
Catfish cooked with mild spices.
Chicken cooked with mild spices.
Chicken cooked with herbs and spices.
Boneless chicken sauced in butter spices.
Grilled boneless chicken cooked with spices.
Ground chicken cooked with spices.
Baked chicken pieces with spices.
Ground chicken kabab grilled with herbs and spices.
Chicken Chappli Kabab
Lamb cooked with spices.
Lamb cooked with herbs and spices.
Lamb brain cooked with spices.
Rice Dishes: |
Basmati rice cooked with chicken and spices.
Basmati rice cooked with lamb and spices.
Basmati rice cooked with mixed vegetables.
Boiled basmati rice.
Basmati rice cooked with boneless chicken and spices.
Bread stuffed with potato and spices.
Beef stuffed with ground beef and spices.
Kabab Paratha Roll
Chicken sheek kabab wrapped in chapati or paratha, with lettuce and onions.
Chicken Boti Roll
Chicken pieces wrapped in chapati or parata with lettuce and onions.
Canned Soda 20oz Soda
Mango Juice (16oz)
6 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 teaspoon ginger, julienne
2 to 3 fresh tomatoes, diced
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon chili powder
1 green chili, finely chopped
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon turmeric
1 pound chicken, cooked
1 cup water
1 1/2 teaspoons garam masala
1/2 teaspoon dried fenugreek
1/2 green bell pepper, chopped
Heat oil in a large deep frying pan adding chopped onions and fry for 4 to 5 minutes on a medium heat or once the onions are slightly brown. Add the garlic and ginger and cook for a further 1 or 2 minutes. Add the tomatoes, salt, chili powder, green chili, ground cumin and turmeric.
Turn up the heat and further cook for another 1 minute then put in the chicken. It is very crucial that spices are mixed within the pan at this point to ensure that the chicken cooks with texture and flavor. Add water after stirring the chicken into the spices.
Turn down the heat slightly and stir in the garam masala and fenugreek and cook for a further 5 minutes, also adding in the bell pepper stirring now and again. Serve sprinkled with green coriander.
Chicken Rogan Josh
Here's how you can make Chicken Rogan Josh at home.
5 Tablespoons ground nut oil or ghee (butter)
3-5 cloves garlic
2 heaped teaspoons cumin seeds / ground cumin if you can't find
1 inch root ginger, finely chopped/grated. shopping list
4-6 fresh chillies, finely chopped (depends on taste)
300-500g chicken breast - or lamb - whatever, cut into srips
2 teaspoons of garam masala. (will add recipe later)
1 teaspoon paprika
2 teaspoons of medium/mild/hot curry powder (depends on taste)
2 large onions, finely chopped
Chapatis (bread to eat with) [will add recipe later]
2 tablespoons of chopped corriander leaves
Dash of lemon or lime juice
2 large tablespoons of Greek natural yoghurt or creme freshe
2 tablespoons of sweet chilli dip-in sauce
- Heat 2 tablespoons of nut oil in the wok, fry garlic for 1 min.
- Add cumin, fry further 1 min.
- Add chopped ginger, fry further 1 min.
- Add chillies. Fry 1 min.
- Add chicken, and stir fry for minimum 5 mins.
- Remove chcken with slotted spoon and put to one side, leaving the oil etc in the wok.
- Add rest of oil & spices & fry for 1 min.
- Add chopped onions. Add more oil if required. Stir for 10 mins on low heat.
Add water if you feel it is drying out.
- Add half tin tomatos.
- Add tomato puree.
- Add most of corriander leaves (leave some to serve as garnish). Mix well.
- Add Sweet Chilli dip-in sauce to taste (Optional)
- Add large tomato slices, cook for 5 mins.
Serve - with rice or chapatis, or both. garnish with sme corriander leaves. Quick squirt of lemon or lime juice.
What is a recipe?
A recipe is a set of instruction used for preparing and producing a certain food, dish, or drink. The purpose of a recipe is to have a precise record of the ingredients used, the amounts needed, and the way they are combined.
(1) The Recipe Name tells you what you'll be making. Sometimes the author will include personal information on the recipe.
(2) There are three components to a recipe. The first is the List of Ingredients, and the second is the Amount of the ingredients.
(3) The third is the Preparation Instructions. A well-written recipe will list all ingredients in the order they will be added in the Preparation Instructions. Most well-written recipes will spell out pan size, cooking temperature, and how much of each ingredient to use. However, you will find some poorly-written recipes that use abbreviations.
(4) Some recipe will include Variations for the recipe and also how to Store your prepared dish.
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Read your recipe carefully before starting: Be sure you have all the ingredients called for and that you understand the recipe clearly. This is the reason most recipe fail. If the recipe says “room temperature,” there is usually a reason.
When preparing a recipe for
the first time, it is recommended that you follow the recipe exactly so you have
an initial template of how the writer intended it to look and taste. Then you
can experiment from there.
Why a recipe does not work.
Yes, there are some recipes that do not work. This is usually because of a misprint, an editing error, and the recipe not being tested properly before printing.
No matter how detailed the recipe is written, the recipe can not tell you everything you need to know. Some judgment of your part is actually needed on certain variables, such as:
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