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Princess in Patiala at her Hometown... Piya ji at home... I am with my son at his house..
Majboori thi..
Kuch na kuch tou bna ke khaana hi tha.. Bas yeh chicken bna liya aur bread ke saath kha ke guzara kar liya...

Dj's Chicken Curry(Highway Dhaba Style)
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Mariem AsifLove u Khush rahain abad rahain

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Nidhi FarfagliaWow, uncle, the curry looks stunning, especially the red colour. I would love to learn how to make it your style!

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Angel AshYummy n colr boht acha hai

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Nishu PunjabiYummy

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Sangeeta GangulyYamyam ...u and ur food both r too much ji....love u

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Farida Dagsomgggg This is to die for 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

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Prasanthi Reddywow uncle ji can you please tell me the ingredients of this chicken curry is it onion ginger garlic tomato and any other masaala did you use I like to try to make this looks yummy

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Ginni Chadha ModiWow uncle looks so delicious, even my mom is from patiala

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Mehvish Z HaiderYummy... Seems delicious.... πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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Kanwal SahniYummmm

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Hungry??? Thali laga di hai sabke liye..πŸ€—
Menu - Rice, dum aallo, bengali Chochordi, paneer, fish curry and chicken curry.😊
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Supriya DasWoww....

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Divya BanerjeeNice Jaya itna kuch

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Farzana RasheedFish curry recipe please

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Ulhas RodriguesI m in for chikn n fish 😍😍😍😍😎😎😜

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Divya NairGosh hungry

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Priyamvada MishraWhatever u cook....if u cook with luv turns it super tasty...nd it becomes super duper hit...Jaya Rocks

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Irfan SaifGod... this looks amazing...

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Ekta GuptaCould you please share paneer recipe..yummy platter

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Prasanna Hedewow

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Sameer Budhwani Sameer BudhwaniSimply amazing πŸ‘Œ

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When me n my daughter went to the parlour n my hubby said he would make lunch I did not expect to see this when I get back.... we had hot ghee rice, potato fry, dal n Masala omlette n a clean n neat kitchen 😊 ... See MoreSee Less

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Sahana BadariAww such a surprise.

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Amita TalgaonkarWow..... The best part is clean and neat kitchen....

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Arwa Arif Haveliwala

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Sonia NarayananSweet gesture...enjoy!

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Gayathri ThangaveluYou are one of those lucky ladies.. πŸ™‚

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Lorraine Pereira FernandesU r truly blessed.

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Nisha BhardwajWow thats too good , he cleaned the kitchen too. My hubby also do cooking but really cleaning the kitchen is more painful after he cooks

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Lavanya VempatiWoww lucky you..touch wood .. god bless

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Neeti KalraU r blessed

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Manishi SwamiLucky you

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Manisha SaxenaaBlessed !!

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Asha MisalYou are very lucky

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Shama SultanaWow.. lucky you 😊

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Neha KhandelwalLucky you 😍😍... jealous me😜😝

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Priya Ravi ChandnaniHW lucky u r....

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Simran PunjabiWow that’s great You r lucky having such a helpful husband

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Monica BhatnagarLucky you πŸ‘πŸΌ

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Vandana ManavNeat, clean n deliciouz

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Shabniz LadhaMay be ordered from restaurant

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Kriti MehrotraGreat,wonderful happy Diwali

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Abhigna Krishna MurthyWow lovely d lucky

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ShrutiAnything to eat is OK as long as kitchen is kept neat. πŸ™‚

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Kathiyawadi Mix Veg Curry Recipe | Gujarati Curry | Gujarati Shaak
Recipe link-https://foodontvnetwork.com/kathiyawadi-mix-v…
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Bethica Das shared Bethica's Kitchen Flavours's post to the group: Authentic Indian Food Recipes.

Mutton Kundan Kaliyan

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All Mutton lovers, you need to try this recipe for sure. Highly recommended. It is simply out of this world. It was a sure hit at my place. This is an authentic Awadh style mutton curry.

The flavour coming from the kewra water and saffron was just awesome. The gravy was rich, smooth and creamy and can be relished with any form of rice or Indian bread.
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Madraasi Deepa shared Madraasi's post to the group: Authentic Indian Food Recipes.

Recipe: White Chicken Gravy / Chicken in White Gravy

Recipe Link - https://madraasi.com/2017/10/…

White Chicken Gravy tastes delicious, also the butter and cashew nut paste in it gives a rich texture to the gravy, green chillies add mild spicy taste along with few spices. I have accompanied this white chicken gravy along with parotta and chicken 65.

#madraasi #immadraasi #chickengravy #whitechickengravy #food #foodblogger #nonvegetarian #chickenrecipes #follow #likes #indianfoodblogger
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Today’s post " Sprout's Curry " is a perfect example for healthy & tasty dish . One can make this curry either using mixed beans / moong / matki etc.. Flavored with roasted peanut-niger seeds-kopra powder this north Karnataka style curry tastes awesome with chapathi , bhakri etc.Recipe here : http://smithakalluraya.com/sprouts-curry-recipe-mo… ... See MoreSee Less

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Diwali celebration.

Menu -

Baked gobi 65, samosa
Pulihora, vegetable pulav (instant pot), naan (from store), chana masala (crockpot), dal makhani (crockpot)
Chudva, shankarpali, gulab jamun, 7 cup barfi, milk peda.
Papad, fryums, yogurt rice
Cucumber, carrot salad.
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After all the festival indulgence , its time for simple dish for lunch... Bitter Gourd Curry " can be made so many ways , out of which today i have for you all the Authentic Karnataka recipe locally known as Gojju/ Menaskai ... Recipe worth trying :http://smithakalluraya.com/bitter-gourd-karela-cur… ... See MoreSee Less

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Surabhi VenkataramuKeep up the good work smita !These concoctions bring back my nostalgic connections to my roots in Bangalore!

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No more running to the store to get your favorite candy, Kit Kat! Try making these easy homemade Almond Kit Kats with just a few ingredients....

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Freda Sera DiasThese are awesome !

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Namita NayakHow to prepare

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Dhwani MehtaWow... this is awesome

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Kathiyawadi Mix Veg Curry Recipe | Gujarati Curry | Gujarati Shaak
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Bethica Das shared Bethica's Kitchen Flavours's post to the group: Indian Regional Food Recipes.

Mutton Kundan Kaliyan

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All Mutton lovers, you need to try this recipe for sure. Highly recommended. It is simply out of this world. It was a sure hit at my place. This is an authentic Awadh style mutton curry.

The flavour coming from the kewra water and saffron was just awesome. The gravy was rich, smooth and creamy and can be relished with any form of rice or Indian bread.
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NEW POST: Chana Dal Pulao. Nutritious pulao, rich in protein. Step wise pictures inside the link.

Recipe: https://yummytummyaarthi.com/2017/10/…
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Varsha MelwaniKayla Amarnani

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NEW POST: Chana Dal Pulao. Nutritious pulao, rich in protein. Step wise pictures inside the link.

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Hello..
This Diwali bring home the flavours of Rajasthan...
Learn How to make Rajasthani Govind Gatta Curry..
Recipe Link: https://youtu.be/h3jqDo8DPSM
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Asoka Halwa - Super delicious moong dal halwa, taste absoutely. Step wise pictures inside the link.

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Green beef curry -Tried out this recipe, and it turned out yummylicious. Can be accompanied with hot chapatis or pao/bread
Recipe :
500 gms of washed cleaned beef marinate in Salt and 2 tbsp vinegar, referigeratre for 30 min.
2 red onions diced
2 red πŸ… diced
Green masala paste :
A bunch of green coriander leaves
About 10 cloves garlic
An inch of ginger
2.green chillies
Garam masala powder of ground to a pwdr:
10 peppercorns
4 cloves
1 bay leaf
1 stick of cinnamon
2 green and 2.black cardamon
Tsp of whole cumin
Take a pressure cooker add Sunflower refined oil, add the onions until done
Add the tomatoes and saute until mushy
Add the marinated beef, saute for 2 min
Add the green masala saute until rawness vanishes
Add the Garam masala powder
Add 1/4 tsp Turmeric powder, add 1 & half cup of hot water; close the lid and cook for 20 minutes
Once it cools down add diced potatoes
Add finely diced capsicum
Add dash of salt, put back the lid and cook for another 7 minutes
Open and serve πŸ”₯
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Evyon JamesLooks yummy

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Elizabeth FrancinaTried with a little twist....turned out great πŸ™‚

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Mutton Shammi Kababs..
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In a pressure cooker add mutton mince, chana dal (to 500gms of keema add 5Tbspns of chana dal), chopped garlic , chopped ginger, coriander seeds, a bit of shah jeera, black pepper corns, a few green cardamoms, cinnamon, cloves, a bit of nutmeg, & mace. Add 1/2 cup of water & cook the whole for 2 whistles or till the meat & dal get cooked.. Dry up all the remaining liquid & cool it to room temp. Once cooled, grind the meat & dal along with all the masalas to a fine paste. I feel this is best done on a grinding stone / sil batta but this is almost impossible hence use a blender.
In the meantime chop onions, green chillies & coriander leaves. To the ground meat add beaten egg, (I added 2 eggs for 500gms of meat), lime juice, & the chopped onion, grn chillies & coriander leaves. Mix the whole well . Leave it aside for sometime & then form kababs & shallow fry in ghee or white oil... Serve hot with mint chutney & onion rings...
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Ambika VadakedathYummy.

6 days ago
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Brenda KennethπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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Melba GulatiDid u roll it in bread crumbs b4 frying... or not necessary?

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Daphne D'SouzaSo very yummy! πŸ˜‹

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Mimi BajpaiYummy delight

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Mabel BharuchaYummy πŸ˜‹

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Rita DalgadoDelicious

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Swarna LathaHmmm yemmy

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Narendra KapurThe kebabs look great! Thanx Sharmistha. I hope u made fresh coriander chutney to go with it....

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Praxedinha GomesVery yummy

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Val LucasLooks delicious and beautifully presented!

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Forgot to post!!! I thought I did:

Gongura Chicken

1 kg chicken, washed and drained
4 medium sized onions, finely chopped
few fresh curry leaves
4 tbsp oil
1 tsp fresh garam masala powder or readymade
salt to taste

To Marinade:
1 cup curd
1 1/2 tbsp ginger garlic paste
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1 tbsp red chilli powder
1 tsp coriander powder

To make paste:
1/4 cup water
2 cups fresh red sorrel leaves
6-7 green chillies (adjust)

Garam Masala Powder: incase you don't have and are making it...
4 cloves
1 1/2" cinnamon
3 cardamoms

Method:
Marinade chicken pieces in curd, turmeric pwd, red chilli pwd and ginger garlic paste and keep aside for half an hour or as per your choice

Lightly dry roast the spices under 'garam masala powder' for 4 mts and let them cool. Grind them to fine powder, keep aside.

Boil the water, add fresh red sorrel leaves and green chillies. Cook them for 3 mts and let them cool. Grind them into a fine paste and keep aside.

Heat oil in a heavy bottomed vessel, add finely chopped onions, curry leaves and saute till light golden color on medium heat.

Add marinade chicken, mix well, covered, cook on high heat for 5 mts. Reduce heat and cook for another 20 mts or till chicken more than half cooked.

Now time to add the sorrel leaves paste and combine well. Place the lid and cook till chicken has turned soft and paste should mix well with chicken pieces.

Finally add salt and fresh garam masala pwd, mix well, cook more 5 mts and turn off the heat.

Serve hot with white rice or chapatis.
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Lorelle NairLooks great!

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Doris VazYummy !! Just happened to pass tge sorrel leaves the other day at the grocery store. Must try this recipe.

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Belinda SuaresMust try with chicken. I cook sorrel leaves only with mutton!

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Lorna PetersIs there another name for "Sorrel Leaves. please.

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Thomas BobyWhat's Gongura?

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Prakash LoboGreat

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Masroor ChowdhuryWhat is gongura chicken?

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HING KACHAURI WITH ALOO PARWAL DUM...
(Bengali Style)

Recipe:
To make the stuffing for the Kachauri, soak urad dal in water for a couple of hours or overnight. Then sieve the dal & grind it to a paste. Heat some white oil or ghee in a kadhai & temper with saunf (aniseeds) & a generous amount of asafoetida & then add a paste of saunf & ginger.. Fry it for a while & then the dal paste. Keep sauteeing it & then add red chilly powder, salt & a bit of sugar. This is a Bengali recipe, which tastes slightly sweetish. Keep frying till the dal paste starts leaving the sides of the kadhai. Take it off the fire & cool it room temp.
To make the kachauris, make a dough with all purpose flour to which a pinch of salt & some oil has been added. You may add a bit of hing dissolved in water while making the dough. This gives a nice aroma & extra flavour to the kachauris. Rest the dough for 10 - 15 mins. Make lemon sized balls from the dough, flatten them slightly & fill them with a portion of the filling. Pull together the sides, form balls & roll then like poories & fry them in hot oil. Drain the extra oil on absorbent paper & serve hot with aloo pareal dum, simple aloi dum, or a chana dal or simply with a pickle...

To make the aloo parwal dum, peel & cut the veggies into half, apply salt & fry them & keep aside. Heat some more oil & a bit of ghee in a kadhai & temper with green cardamom & cinnamon & a bayleaf. Add ginger paste, sautee for a while & then add a paste of jeera & dhaniya followed by red chilly powder, turmeric powder & some Kashmiri chilly pwdr for colour. Fry these masalas on medium heat till it starts leaving the sides of the wok. Add the fried aloo & parwal. Fry. After a while add some curd & keep frying well till oil separates out from the masala again. Add water, salt & sugar. Cook till the vegetables are cooked through.... Serve as an accompaniment with kachauris...
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Daphne TrinidadeSimple and delicious

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Daphne D'SouzaSo yummy!

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Partho SamaddarPerfectly puffed luchis πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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Ridhi PokharelFeeling- hungry as hell

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Peter MartinThanks Sharmista. Always wanted to know how to make this.

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Ashay RegeHave had these Dum Aloo when in Calcutta... Yummy....Finger Lickin.

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Chandrani DuttaToo good

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Chaitali Ghosh SarkarAll time fav !!

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Jeanne-marie VergheseThankyou Sharmistha Mukherjee

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BEEF IN GRAVY

When you get a lil more inspired.... and then attempt a beef in gravy πŸ™‚

For Marinating:
Beef – 500 grams chopped into bite size pieces
Coriander Powder – 1 tblspn
Chilli Powder – 2 tsp
Pepper Powder – 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder – 1 tsp
Cumin Powder – 1 tsp
Garam Masala Powder – 1.5 tsp
Ginger Garlic Paste – 1 tblspn
Salt to taste
Lemon Juice – 1 tblspn

For Curry:
Oil – 2 tblspn
Onion – 2 large sliced thinly
Curry leaves a handful
Ginger Garlic Paste – 1 tblspn
Tomatoes – 2 large chopped finely
Coriander Powder – 1 tblspn
Chilli Powder – 2 tsp
Pepper Powder – 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder – 1 tsp
Cumin Powder /– 1 tsp
Garam Masala Powder – 1.5 tsp
Salt to taste
Thick Coconut Milk – 1 cup (optional)
Water as needed
Coriander leaves as needed finely chopped
Whole Spices:
Fennel Seeds / Saunf – 1 tsp
Cumin Seeds – 1 tsp
Cinnamon – 2 cm piece
Cardamom – 3
Cloves – 3
Bay Leaf – 1
Star Anise – 1

Method:
Take all marinating ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Leave to marinate for 15 mins to 1 hour or longer if you wish.

Heat 2 tblspn oil in a pressure cooker. Add in beef and stir fry for 5 mins. Add in 1.5 cup of water and mix well. Pressure cook for 10
whistle, simmer for 15 to 20 mins. Turn off the heat and let the steam go all by itself. Open the cooker and check whether its done.

Now heat oil in a kadai. Add in whole spices and sizzle for a min.
Add in onions, curryleaves and salt. Cook till onions get golden. Then add ginger garlic paste (optional... since we've already marinated)
Add in tomatoes and cook till it gets mushy.
Add in all spice powder and mix well.
Add in the cooked beef along with liquid and mix well.
Bring it to a boil and simmer for few more mins.
Add in coconut milk and simmer for 5 more mins.(OPTIONAL)
Add in coriander leaves and mix well.
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Daphne D'SouzaYummy! πŸ˜‹

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My non Goan FIL lives in India and during his annual visit to our home in Cali, his wishlist always includes a spicy and piquant pork vindaloo! This recipe is time consuming, but the results are so worth it! Fiery Kashmiri chillies, vinegar, ginger, garlic and dry spices form the spice base. The chillies are key, as they lend the beautiful red color that identifies this dish. This is a great make ahead dish, as it tastes better the next day, thanks to the vinegar!

Cooking this always uplifts my spirits! The aromas take me back to my mother's and grandmother's kitchens. It reminds me of X'mas and Easter celebrations from my childhood, when this delicacy took pride of place at our table!

This tastes best with steamed rice or soft Goan "poi" bread. A good substitute for us living overseas is crusty French bread or sourdough. Roasted papadums, a simple green beans stir fry complete the meal and complement the vindaloo perfectly.

I make this in a cast iron pot, as this cooks the meat to the right consistency, without getting it too mushy.

Recipe:

1 kg pork (should be speckled with fat)
To be ground in water:
3 circles of ginger
7 large cloves garlic
1 tsp cumin seeds
Β½ tsp peppercorns
8 cloves, 1 inch cinnamon
1 tsp mustard seeds
Turmeric
11 dry red chillies or 2Β½tsp red chilly powder

Wash meat and marinate in salt and vinegar overnight in fridge. Grind above spices. Fry lots of finely chopped onions, 1 tbsp tomato paste and ground masala paste until oil floats on top. Add meat, cover and cook on a low flame until done.
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Sharon FernsYummy πŸ˜‹

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Eugene FernsGiving Sanjeev Kapur a run for his money ! Expecting a repeat performance in Dec πŸ˜¬πŸ˜ˆπŸ˜ƒ

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Ronald PayneLooks delicious

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Kevin KilpadySequeira Joan

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Helen MorganHow much vinegar ?

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Doris VazI make the Goan Pork and A-I Pork Vindaloo. I leave my guests to taste it.

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Ridhi PokharelIsn’t Kashmiri chillies not spicy at all, but only fiery red?.

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Gordon RosarioI grind the masalas with vinegar only.Masalas should be coarsely ground and everything added to the meat to marinate overnight.Can be kept for a long time as only a little water is used when cooking.But then I don't think it would last long as it would be polished off.

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Masroor ChowdhuryVindaloo can be prepared with beef or duck. Both taste equally good.

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Ridhi PokharelHow long does the πŸ¦† take to cook? Pressure?.

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Sonia MansataLooks mouth watering

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Made my mother’s tomato bath. Simple and no veggies.

2 tbsp oil , add 2 cloves, 1 elachi and 1/2 inch cinnamon. Then add 1/2 tsp. mustard seeds, 1/2 tsp. broken urad, 1tbsp. channa dhal, curry leaves , 1/4 tsp. aesofotida, fry Then when dhals are golden brown, add 1” chopped ginger and 2 slit green chillies. Add fresh cut coriander leaves and fry. Fry for about 1/2 a minute, then add the onions( chopped fine). Then when translucent, add 1/4 tsp. turmeric, 1 tsp. Chilli powder and fry for about 1 minute. Then add 1 tomato and cook for about 3 minutes. Once oil comes up, add 2 glasses of water. When it starts bubbling, add 1 cup rava slowly. Finally add a tablespoon of ghee. If u like can add some more fresh coriander at the end.
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Malliga ShivaramLove this yummy !

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Spicy Beef Masala

So when your husband is a fantastic cook and loves to cook..... and doesn't let you touch the meat coz he cooks it wonderfully.... but then I've been wanting to experiment so when He's at work and my lil son is asleep it gives me a chance to "experiment "

So for an Anglo this was my 1st attempt at making a Beef masala πŸ™‚

Everything is as per your taste

I first marinated it with the regular masalas
Chilli powder
Turmeric powder
Salt
Dhania/ Coriander powder
Garam masala
Ginger garlic paste

Pressurize it with a little water.

Then add oil in a pan
Fry onions green chillies curry leaves and garlic
Add a lil more chilli powder (optional)
Add the meat pieces and allow it to cook for a few mins

Then added the stock and let it cook nicely πŸ™‚

I had no time for garnish etc πŸ™‚
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Candice Duckworth CandyMouth is watering Denise

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Diana Maria MirandaLovely. .. making want to eat some....😍😍

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Jocelyn JohnLooks yummmm Denise Hookens

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Shanon CaldeiraThis looks yummy !!!! Will try it out soon.

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Esther RallanSuper... Looks wonderful.... Mouths watering...

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Leo DomYummy Denise

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Clive VanBuerleSwiggy some to BANGALORE

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Charmayne JosephSmokin!!!

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Arnold BerchyLooks yum Denise.

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Ronald PayneLooks delicious

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Meg DoutreDenise, What do you mean "pressurize" in this context. Thank you

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Evita Lynch D'SilvaLooks Yum!!!

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Arathi KeaneWow amazing. Do it often and invite us over. πŸŽ€πŸŽ€βœ¨βœ¨βœ¨πŸŽ€πŸŽ€ βœ¨βœ¨πŸŽ€πŸŽ€πŸŽ€βœ¨βœ¨ πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŽ€πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŒΊ πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŽ€πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŒΊ πŸŽ€πŸŽ€πŸŽ€πŸŽ€πŸŽ€πŸŽ€πŸŽ€ πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŽ€πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŒΊ πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŽ€πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŒΊ

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Ingrid CurranI like all your recipes, they turn out pretty good πŸ™‚

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Laura MendezLooks delicious πŸ˜‹

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Lorelle NairLooks great !

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Anney Samyummmmmm

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Mercy DasLooks quite yummy

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Janet EnglesMaking me hungry

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Jack JiggMan drooooooollllll

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John StonerI can smell it all the way here in Devon in the UK 😊

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Melissa Lenora FernandezYummy

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Andrew FoncecaI am trying it today . Will give my opinion on how it was.

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Penny Luiz SmithLooks delicious πŸ–’

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Mutton Ball Curry made by me...

Recipe:
a. Meatball Ingredients
- Β½ kg Mutton Mince
- 2 Onion Chopped
- 3-4 Green Chili Chopped
- 10g Ginger Chopped
- Mint & Coriander leaves Chopped
- Β½ Teaspoon Garam masala powder
- Roasted Gram powder
- 1 Tablespoon Corn flour
- Salt according to taste
Mix all the above ingredients and prepare the meatball and keep it aside.

b. Curry Ingredients
- 3-4 Bay leaves
- 3-4 Black Cardamom
- 8-10 Whole Black Paper
- 2-3 Cinnamon
- 5-6 cloves
- 100g Oil
- 3 tablespoon ginger garlic paste
- 3 tablespoon coriander powder
- 2 teaspoon Red chili powder
- Β½ teaspoon turmeric powder
- 4-5 Red tomatoes Chopped
- 2 Onion Chopped
- 3-4 Potatoes – 4 pieces of each potatoes
- Oil
Pour oil in the container. Put whole garam masala in it and onion. Once the onion is golden brown, put all the masala powders in it including tomatoes. Saute it well till the oil separates. Pour water according to you convenience and once it is boiled put potato and meatballs in it. Cover it with lid and cook it for 20-25 mins.
Once cooked garnish it with coriander leaves and serve it with yellow rice.
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William PalmerSuper duper The Anglo Indian dish.... coming down the ages

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Jovita LoboWhere is the recipe for meat ball curry

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Domnick Francis HarryIt reminded me of my grandma thanks

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Umesha UmeshaSupper very beautiful wooow

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Andrew FoncecaLooks relishing ! Could u update the recipe .

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Leena PintoLooks good

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Christine TimothyWere is the yellow rice

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Venicia HartYummy

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Anita MawdsleyLooks superb

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Charlotte JamesMy favorite food with yellow steamed rice

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Nomitha Pauline CansdaleRecipe please!!!

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SubramanianSuper pray GOD SHOULD NOT PUNISH YOU FOR DISTURBING OTHERS BY ONLY SHOWING THE DISHES WITHOUT SERVING

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Marian SunshineAm coming please keep my share ,I love those balls ,haaa

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Ashay RegeCommonly known as Mutton Kofta. Looks very Yummy.

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Dorothy DunnThanks Dear all.... I have updated this post with the recipe... Hope you will like it πŸ™‚

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Elizabeth RaphaelNothing to beat yellow rice and ball curry for Sunday Lunch..... You had it growing up...you are an AI

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Aidan Kjernandergravy looks goood!

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Charlie JahansLooks yummy

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Philip Samuellooks great.. does it go well with beef meet balls??

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Clive Hobdayvery nice must try it

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Marian SunshineOne of my favourites

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Narendra KapurNice recipe, Dorothy. Thanx. I don't use "Gram Pwdr"/Besan. Instead, I add some boiled rice to the mince. Not only does the rice keep the meat together, it also makes the meatballs feel softer. The sauce - the last few times that I've made this dish, I ground the onions and then fried them until quite brown. To my palate, the sauce felt more homogeneous/smooth.

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Lisette RodgersπŸ˜‹

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Prakash LoboGreat

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Prepared Goan Mutton Shakuti n Chicken Meatball Curry
Recipe for Chicken Meatball Curry
1/2 kg mince, 1 tsp Turmeric, 2 onions minced, 3 green chillies minced, 4 flakes garlic minced 1"pc. Ginger minced, chopped kothmir n mint leaves. A bunch of kothmir. Mix all this together for the meatballs. Form them n keep it aside.
Ing. For the curry: 1/2 coconut 6 Kashmir chillies, 1/2 tsp cumin, 1 Tblspn coriander , 1 tblspn Khus khus, 1/2 tsp. Peppercorns, 1 tsp. Turmeric, 1/2 "pc ginger, 3 flakes garlic, 1 onion sliced, tamarind n salt to taste.
Method. Heat oil n fry the meat balls n keep it aside. Toast the coconut, chillies, cumin, coriander n khus khus in a dry frying pan. Grind all this together with the Peppercorns, Turmeric, Ginger, garlic n tamarind. Fry the onion, add curry leaves n Masala n fry well. Cover with the Masala water. When this comes to a boil, add the meatballs n cook. Add salt to taste. Enjoy!
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Lester RobertsWow Looks yummmmmmmmmmm

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Alethea Hyacinth D'RozarioYummy but how about the recipes????

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Valerie Sollis KumarAlethea, the Shakuti Recipe - I used Shakuti Masala that I got from Goa and ground it with Onions and coconut fried in a little oil. Then fried an onion and added a tomato and curry patha leaves and then added the ground masala. I had fried an onion and cooked the mutton earlier in a cooker till done. After the masala is well fried I added the cooked mutton, salt to taste and tamarind juice. Your Shakuti is ready to eat.

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Russell Newby... You seem bent on making my mouth water!!!!!! Please message me the recipes, would love to try them out... I love cooking...

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Russell Newbyand which better cook can learn from Only You..

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Linda SomersYummy.

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Charlie JahansJeez it's tempting

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Lorelle NairLovely dishes!

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Arn NarayankarAlthough I had dinner, this makes me hungry again πŸ˜‰

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Prakash Lobolovely

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Arathi KeaneDo you form balls without grinding the mince and ingredients?

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Iranian beef served with a bed of lettuce accompanied with kichdi pulav, thanks Maureen Oliveira.. for your kichdi recipe, turned out yummy.
Iranian beef recipe :
For about 350 gms undercut beef
Marinated in 1 tablespoon of Turmeric powder
Add tsp each of Clove & Cinnamon powder
Add 1 tablespoon of Pepper powder
Throw in 4 dry red chillies broken up
Ginger and garlic paste
Salt as per taste
In a tight lid vessel add some olive oil
Place onions cut in round shaped
Place slices of beef
Add potatoes cut in round shape
Add some carrots so as to cover the beef
Drizzle olive oil
Cook on low flame for about 20 minutes take off lid and add in saffron soaked in warm milk close back the lid and cook for another 5 minutes until it's semi gravy
***can add some apples and prunes too while cooking
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Darryl BaldreyLooks yummy its my lunch today thank u

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Maureen OliveiraWow Shannon,, awesome! Glad you liked my simple khichdi pulao. The beef looks delicious.

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Lorelle NairRecipe please. It looks amazing.

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Daphne D'SouzaWow! Looks so deeelicious! πŸ˜‹πŸ˜

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Ashay RegeMy favourite.... Mouth watering. Tum Tum Yum Yum.

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What do you think of these little babies πŸ‘Ά bite sized for the little ones .. my kid loves them!! I actually bought a muffin maker, but not to make muffins.. to make this ! It's Lamb and mixed veggies topped with Parmesan cheese stuffed into bread base.

You can get creative and try stuffing different things into the bread base to make these little ones. Enjoy!

All you need is some boiled lamb, some scrambled egg, boiled mixed veggies chopped into small pieces (you can use any mixed veggie combo).

Thinly sliced and fried sausage slices (optional).

In a pan with hot oil put in the boiled veggies, add few pinches of some spices which you like for example turmeric, pepper powder, curry powder, little salt. If your making it for kids, keep it light but still with some spice flavouring. Add in the scrambled egg and the lamb and combine.

Then take a slice of bread, cut off the edges and flatten the bread white with a rolling pin. Place that into a small muffin tray which is brushed with some oil or butter or in my case I put in into the muffin maker. Then add the bread base and stuff it with the filling. Add the thinly sliced sausage on top (one slice as shown In the picture). Sprinkle some Parmesan cheese on top along with some sauce of your choice if need to make it juicy. In my case I just drizzled with some ketchup. I even put some ketchup at the bottom just for that extra kick before adding in the filling. Bake until the cheese melts and the bread base becomes crunchy. It's ready to serve! Enjoy!
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Shyla RajuU seem to be a great cook. Thanks for sharing

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Lemon Rice is a popular dish of south India. It is very quick and simple dish to prepare. The peanuts and dal add a bite and lemon juice imparts the tanginess to the dish. Lemon Rice is often served during feasts and gatherings and even made to be packed in the tiffin box for lunch.

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We can’t deny the fact that the home made masalas carries a unique taste and you can blend the spices as per your family’s preference. Here is the Homemade chole masala or the chenna masala spice blend for the Chole or garbanzo beans curry.
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Delicious πŸ˜‰ Spicy Supercrunchy Fried Chicken <3

Ingredients

1 good chicken, cut into serving pieces, or use 8 to 10 leg pieces (drumsticks and thighs), trimmed of excess fat
Salt and pepper to taste
1 tablespoon curry powder
1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
2 tablespoons minced garlic
1 Scotch bonnet (habanero), or other fresh chili, stemmed, seeded and minced, or cayenne to taste, optional
1 egg
1 cup flour
A mixture of lard and butter, as needed, or olive oil, or neutral oil like corn or grapeseed
Lemon or lime wedges for garnish

Method

1. In a bowl, toss the chicken with salt, pepper, curry, allspice, garlic, chili, egg and 2 tablespoons water. When everything is combined, blend in the flour, using your hands. Keep mixing until most of the flour is blended with the other ingredients and the chicken is coated (add more water or flour if mixture is too thin or too dry; it should be dry but not powdery). Let sit while you heat the fat.
2. Choose a skillet or casserole at least 12 inches in diameter that can be covered. Add enough fat to come to a depth of about 1/2 inch and turn heat to medium-high. If you\'re using butter, skim any foam as it rises to the surface.
3. When the fat is hot (a pinch of flour will sizzle) raise heat to high. Slowly add chicken pieces to skillet (if you add them all at once, temperature will plummet). Cover skillet, reduce the heat to medium-high, and cook for 7 minutes.
4. Uncover the skillet, turn the chicken and continue to cook, uncovered, for another 7 minutes. Turn the chicken again and cook for about 5 minutes more, turning as necessary to ensure that both sides are golden brown.
5. Remove the chicken from skillet and drain on paper towels. Serve chicken at any temperature, with lemon or lime wedges.
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Pravin BhojeSo nice

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