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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Monday, November 7, 2016

Barbecue Menu Plan (Non-Veg & Veg)

As we start to feel the difference in our daily weather, that early morning sight of fog and mist and we can hardly notice those clear rays of sun; all this indicates that winter has finally arrived. For some countries it could be dreadful, with blanket of snow covering the whole city. But in those Middle Eastern countries, winter is a season of family get togethers, picnics and mostly out door weekends. Yes I am talking about life in UAE, as I live here and would like to connect more with this kind of climate. Not many to be seen in the Malls as the crowd now shifts their venue to the beautiful parks and beaches. 

Now the question arises as to what to prepare for a barbecue party. Everyone has their own choice, but just to give a brief idea and menu options, I have prepared a sample menu for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

Barbecue Non-Veg Menu Plan

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Weekly Menu Plan 3 | Vegetarian & Non-vegetarian Meal Plan

Vegetarian Meal Plan

Day 1

                                                                 Breakfast: Pav Bhaji
Main course: Tomato Rice, Paneer 65

For recipes, click on the name of the dish

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Kori Rotti Chicken Curry | Mangalorean Style Chicken Curry

This is a typical Mangalorean delicacy of Bunt Community, with an excellent combination of a spicy coconut based chicken curry paired with crispy rice crepes. We rarely see anyone making these crepes at home as it needs to be prepared by people who specialize in this skill and is much time consuming. It is better to buy it rather than make it at home as they are too delicate to handle. As a Mangalorean I would like to treasure these traditional and valuable recipes and pass it on to the future generation.

The recipe for chicken curry is a traditional one. By 'traditional' I mean that the recipe remains the same and no changes are made to it, no matter what. You need to keep some crepes on the plate and pour a ladle full of curry over it. Within few seconds you will find the crepes are fully soaked in the curry making it taste heavenly. You can never find this kind of combination in any other food.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Steamed Rice & Chicken Dumplings

This recipe post was actually prepared as a guest post for my fellow blogger Lubna Karim.
I would like to thank Lubna who blogs at Kitchenflavors for inviting me to her wonderful space as a guest writer for her Ramadan Event. She truly has an amazing collection of classic recipes and intricate style of food photography.