This is one dish which Q loves and it doesn’t take much of my time also…now that is the combination we all look at most of the time….don’t we? More taste and less work! You must try out this simple Mushroom recipe
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Hate standing in the Kitchen heat for long?
Tired but do not want to eat out?
Not in a mood for an elaborate meal?
Then …you have to try out this easy Bell pepper with potatoes recipe!
Cumin seeds – 1 tsp
Potatoes – 5 nos
Bell pepper / Capsicum – 4 nos (green / red or a combination of both)
Salt to taste
Black pepper powder – 1 tbsp (roughly crushed)
Oil – 1 tbsp
Coriander leaves – 2 tsp
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When you are tired and have no energy. A quick blend of tomato cooler and you have something as nice and healthy.
Tomato – 2 nos
Water – ¾ cup
Sugar – 1 tbsp
Mint leaves – 4-5 nos
- Blend all the above
- Serve chilled
Till next time….happy cooking!
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You can safely call this the healthiest dessert for we use apples and oats as 2 of our main ingredients. And unlike other recipes it doesn’t call for lot of work from you. Check out the recipe for Apple Crumble!
Apples – 4-5 nos
Oats – ¾ cup
Refined flour/maida – ¾ cup
Sugar – ¾ cup
Lemon juice – 5-6 drops
Cinnamon powder – 2-3 tsp
Butter – 50 gms
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It rained mango this season; and all from our very own courtyard of our ancestral home. Besides eating mangoes just as it is, there are so many wonderful many tasty things you can make from mangoes. One such simple recipe is that of mango shake. Well you will ask me who hasn’t had it and who doesn’t know how to make it? Well, I am still sharing the recipe and dedicating to all those who call themselves kitchen challenged. Make Mango shake with a dash of whipped cream for the one you love the most… and see how its brings a smile to their face
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Its upto you what meat you use or if you use it at all. Vegetable chowmein with a dash of sesame oil will taste equally good. Serve it with a gravy item and wow your audience with this delectable and beautiful recipe. Yes beautiful…when you give the finishing touches with sesame seeds, you will remember what I said
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Basamati rice – 1 cup
Egg – 1 No. beaten
Sunflower oil – 2-3 tbsp
Soy sauce – 1 tbsp
Fish / oyster sauce – 2 tsp
Hot red chili – 1 no., seeded and finely chopped
Spring onions (scallions) – 3-4 finely chopped
Parsley or coriander (cilantro) – 1 Tbsp
Sugar – 1 tsp
Salt and pepper for seasoning
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Chilli Prawns Pic credit: Priya Q
I tried this recipe out from one of the books that I have. In India, most of us face this problem where we can’t find the foreign ingredients and are not aware what the substitutes could be. Dry sherry is one of the ingredients in this recipe. Used rice wine which Q picked during his Hong Kong trip. The result wasn’t too impressive. Rice wine gave a peculiar taste that both of us didn’t like Though the book says that it a substitute for sherry. Anyways, I tried with red wine and the results were better. Check out the Chili Prawn recipe…
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