Delicious WINGS

in the savour of  lemongrass  & black peppercorns.

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The Recipe:

Quantity of chicken wings/chicken lollipop pieces: 1kg

  • Marinate the chicken meat pieces in a marinade of these ingredients for at least ½ an hour –

Whisk all these ingredients together for the marinade:

3 eggs

½ tsp. of turmeric powder

2 tbsp. of finely sliced pieces of  fresh lemon grass (the thin, long leaves of lemongrass)

1 tsp. full of  freshly ground black pepper

Salt – according to preference of taste

  • Coat the marinated chicken pieces in a mixture of wheat flour and semolina and fry these pieces, in a shallow pan, in adequate quantity of warm, any mild-flavour, vegetable oil; in medium to low heat for less than 5 minutes.

Serving size – Approximately 5

 

The leftover marinade was used to marinate round, thin slices of sweet potato; I used the slender and long sweet potatoes – (about 250g) marinate the slices for at least 10 minutes before deep-frying the slices in warm, any mild-flavour, vegetable oil; fry these slices until pale golden brown in colour, sprinkle a smidgen of salt over the fried sweet potato slices.

Wishing You a Very Wonderful Day

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BLENDED Chicken Chunks

When I combined chicken with capsicum to merge the mixture with a rustic blend of spices from the Agri folks of Maharashtra …

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The Recipe:

  • Marinate 500gm boneless pieces of chicken in:

¼ tsp. of turmeric powder

½ tsp. of kashmiri chilli powder

1 tsp. of aagri masala – this blend of spices has a distinct lovely, moderate pungent flavour

Salt – according to preference of taste

  • In a non- stick skillet, sauté the marinated chicken pieces and finely sliced pieces of 2 medium green capsicums in adequate quantity of warm, any mild-flavour, vegetable oil;  after a little while blend the mixture with adequate quantity of water,
  • When the chicken pieces are cooked with a spicy, thick broth of the melted capsicum pieces; you can further opt to warm the chicken pieces in high-heat to dry-up the broth.

And the Result – The flavour of this blend is delicious with the subtle taste and aroma of the piquant capsicum.

Serving size: Approximately 3-4

Wishing You a Very Wonderful Day


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Aubergine – The king of vegetables

Two luscious recipes of this vegetable:

(SPICY&TANGY) BainganBhaji

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The Rich & Flavourful Buttermilk Curry

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SOYA-CHUNKS iN LusciousOpulentBlend

The flavour of this food is an opulent blended taste of peanut, ginger & curry leaves, which is different nevertheless delicious.

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The Recipe:

Quantity of soya mini chunks: One full big cup (about 100g);

Cook the soya-chunks according to the package instructions.

¤ In adequate quantity of warm peanut oil, sauté finely sliced pieces of 3 small onions, and add salt – according to preference of taste,

¤ Add finely mashed pieces of about 7 to 8 garlic cloves, finely sliced pieces of 1 medium tomato, pieces of 2 green chillies, finely sliced pieces of a handful of curry leaves, finely mashed pieces of a very big share of a ginger root and ½ tsp. of turmeric powder to the translucent onion blend,

¤ Add 3 cheese slices to the melted mixture, and add a glass of water to the mixture for a  saucy gravy,

¤ Merge the cooked warm soya mini chunks with the warm luscious mixture.

Serving size:  Approximately 4

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‘extremely-delicious’ Garbanzo Beans

The chickpea or chick pea is one of the earliest cultivated legumes; these seeds are also known as Bengal gram or garbanzo bean, as well as the Egyptian pea.

Chickpeas are exceptionally rich in protein content; in this recipe I have melded ‘Kabuli Chana’ with coconut meat and aagri masala – a rustic blend of spices from the Agri folks of Maharashtra, one of the ingredients in this masala is javitri (mace), this masala has a distinct lovely flavour.

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The Recipe:

Quantity of dry chickpeas: A generous handful

  • Soak the dry chickpeas in water for about 5 to 8 hours,
  • Cook the chickpeas in warm water until soft, and reserve the stock to use later for gravy.

 ¤ Sauté finely sliced pieces of one big onion in adequate amount of any mild-flavour vegetable oil,

¤ Add finely sliced pieces of 4 medium tomatoes and mashed pieces of about 10 garlic cloves to the translucent onion blend,

¤ Blend the mixture with ½ tsp. of turmeric powder, ½ tsp. of kashmiri chilli powder and 1 tsp. of aagri masala (or you can also opt to use any other garam masala of your preference) and salt – according to preference  of taste,

¤ Combine the melted flavoursome mixture with grated coconut meat from an entire small coconut,

¤ Sauté the mixture for few seconds before blending in the cooked chickpeas.

If you prefer the mixture in gravy state blend the warm  mixture with a glassful of warm chickpea stock.

Serving size: Approximately 4

Wishing You a Very Wonderful Day

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Simply Ginger CHICKEN WINGS

Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root or simply ginger, is widely used as a spice for cooking; ginger also has a role in traditional Ayurvedic medicine.

Ginger has an incomparable flavour that really does not require any other ingredient along with it to flavour food; here’s a recipe to indulge in this root vegetable’s flavour with chicken meat.

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Quantity: 12 pieces of chicken wings/chicken lollipop pieces

¤ Marinate the chicken pieces for at least 15 to 20 minutes in a marinade of:  2 eggs – whisked, very finely sliced pieces of a green chilli or more according to preference of flavour (these chillies are tiny and slender, with fresh pungent flavour), a very large portion of a ginger root – finely mashed, a pinch of turmeric powder, and salt according to preference of flavour.

¤ Coat these marinated pieces in a mixture of:  1 full teacup of wheat flour and ½ a teacup of semolina, a pinch of turmeric powder.

¤ Fry these pieces in a shallow pan with adequate quantity of warm, any mild-flavour, vegetable oil; in medium to low heat for less than 5 minutes.

Wishing You a Very Wonderful Day

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