|Paneer Tikka Masala|
Sunday, July 28, 2013
This is again another recipe from the cookbook 660 curries by Raghavendra Iyer. Nothing to say much about this dish as it is not only quite popular among Indians but out of India as well. I have modified the recipe little bit according to my taste bud and made it.Here goes the recipe.
Friday, July 26, 2013
which said Razia Syed's Chicken with an almond yogurt sauce(Murghi Korma).I fell in love with it at the first sight.Normally Mughlai cuisines are famous with lots of cream,butter and rich staffs.This recipe has used simple ingredients with a life saving almonds and still so authentic and tasty.It leaves the gravy super tasty and rich without using any unhealthy ingredients. I made this dish with some changes.As I understood that the measurements and ingredients are mostly as per american standard.So I just indianized it with some changes.Instead of canola oil I have used mustard oil and also I have used normal turmeric and chilly powder to get some color.So here goes the recipe.
Note : After making this dish I understood that this same dish can be made with paneer/potato or cauliflower instead of chicken.So my vegetarian friends can also try this out and let me know the result.
Saturday, July 20, 2013
I am very happy to announce that I have received this lovely accolade from one of my fellow blogger Sangeetha from eat n eat little more.
She is a wonderful blogger and her blog is literally the treasure of good recipes.
I am sure to try out her jalebis :)
Thank you so much dear for this award! It keeps me motivated and inspired.
The award needs to be shared among my fellow bloggers and I have to write one word describing myself.
The word that describes me is hedonist.
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Sunday, July 14, 2013
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Monday, July 1, 2013
I am immensely happy to announce my first award from my fellow blogger Pari from foodelicious.She is quite popular for hosting events.Also her blog consists of mouth watering recipes.A big thank to Pari for choosing my recipe Aam Pora Sharbat as a winner for Cook Like Mom event.I have received the award on last Monday but I am posting it late as I was not keeping well for last few days.The award was a cookbook named 660 Curries from Raghavan Iyer. I must say that this is a complete khazana of recipes.Everyday I am exploring new recipes.