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Methi tepla,Lassoni dal, Mangalorean chicken ghee roast , rice and salad. Happy tummy πŸ˜€ ... See MoreSee Less

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Carmel PrakashWay to go Bharthi Reddy!!!

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Carmel PrakashRecipe pls ...except for rice

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Grandhe RajanikanthStunning food

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Asawari PednekarRec for chicken plz

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Shafinaaz FathimaAkele akele Khaliya? Luks yumm

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Bharthi ReddyChicken ghee roast : Ghee in Kadai , 1 tsp jeera powder , 2. 1/2 tsp ginger garlic paste and sautΓ© . Add 250 gms tomato purΓ©e and fry Then add Daniya , red chilly powder, pepper powder , garam masala powder and cook on medium flame until ghee separates from the masala . Add chicken and salt . Cook till the chicken leaves water and dries out . Add finely chopped coriander . Squeeze half lemon and mix . Chicken Ghee roast is ready !

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Reichad masala rawa (semolina) fried prawns.
1/2 kg big prawns, cleaned, washed n deveined. Keep the tail. Slit in the middle but not right through n apply little salt. Apply 1 1/2 tbsps reichad masala n marinate for 1/2 an hour. Coat with semolina n refrigerate for 1/2 an hour for the rawa to catch.
Shallow fry on both sides. Make a plain salad of tomatoes n onions with a dash of lime juice n salt. Enjoy.!
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Sharon FernsYummy πŸ˜‹

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Denise WadsworthMaureen what is Reichad masala please.This looks tasty & simple.

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Maureen OliveiraDenise click on search in the Anglo Indian Recipes n type Maureen Oliveira prawn balchao recipe. I've given the masala for reichad. If you can't find let me know I'll post it again .

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Grilled salmon and fresh veg salad. Light and simple dish idea for lunch or dinner.

Salad dressing (I made a bit extra to save for later)
3/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup vinegar
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 tsp sugar
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
Some oregano and parsley sprinkles

Salmon:
Easy Grill with some pepper, 1 tsp lemon juice, 1/2 tsp garlic powder and salt to taste (because added the lemon, don't add too much salt) in case you add too much salt just add a bit of sugar to balance it out a bit.

Place ingredients in a bowl and coat the salmon piece. Place the piece skinless side down into the marinade for 20 minutes or so.

Place it on a grill pan with some butter or oil or oil spray. Close the grill pan with a lid. Cook 1-3 minutes on the first side (Better to place the skinless side first), depending on how thick the fillets are.

Once the fish fillets have been placed on the grill, do not move them until you are going to flip them over, otherwise they may fall apart.
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Firoza R PrinterI had Lape.I.e.baby Sole N kichree!

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Andrea FredyHaha after my heavy laddoo dish I was seriously wanting to have only something light!!! πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜† so hence this very plain looking dish. But yeh it was still fresh and light but filling at the same time 😊.

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Jasmine LanderGood One Andrea (y). This recipe of grilling/frying my favourite fish will be shown to my husband (his department) πŸ™‚ . We always get confused, skin side first or the other. Every time he burns the skin. Thank you.

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Firoza R PrinterSkin side down three mins turn over n 3 mins.. Learnt from a Time /Life Book I was gifted.. Fish cooks after the stove is turned off.. Just like eggs!!

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Brenda KennethπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜Š

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Henry Mark IrelandDollops of health

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Christine MirandaGood

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Andrea's Kerala style chicken fry. Also called nadan kozhi Porichathu.

1. Grind to a paste:

Ginger – 1/2 inch

Garlic – 4 – 5 cloves

Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp

Chilly powder – 1 tbsp

Pepper powder – 1/2 tsp

Coriander powder – 1/2 tsp (Optional)

Cumin powder – 2 pinches (Optional)

Lemon juice – 1 tbsp

Garam masala powder – 3/4 tsp

Fennel seeds – 3/4 tsp

Salt – To taste

2. Clean and wash six chicken drumsticks. Remove their skin and make a few slits so that the masala can penetrate inside. Make somewhat deep slits in the fleshy parts of the chicken drumsticks. Marinate them with the ground paste overnight or for at least 5 hrs in a refrigerator.

3. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed pan at medium heat. Fry the chicken drum sticks in 2-3 batches, turning them over a few times in between. It would take at least 20 minutes for them to get properly cooked. Try to fry them at medium heat. The masala coating would get burnt if fried at high heat, also the chicken would not get cooked inside. If you want a crispy outside, increase the heat up to a little past medium, after the chicken is almost done and fry for a few minutes. Drain the fried chicken pieces onto paper towels.

4. Now fry 1 stem curry leaves and garnish the fried chicken.

Serve chicken fry immediately with a salad consisting of thinly sliced onion and tomatoes mixed with a pinch of salt, lemon juice and finely chopped green chilies.
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Charmaine GeorgeYummy.

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Joan M DavidsThanks for sharing ... will try the recipe

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Nalini CaltonYummy. Please share fried fish recipe also

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Darryl BaldreyYummy keep posting Andrea

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Christine MirandaYummy

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Brenda KennethYummilicious

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Anne AcharyaWow!

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Christine ChapmanAwesome... The chicken looks so well cooked and coated with the Masala... Yumm.

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Gerard Aloysius FoncecaLooks awesome Andrea....nice

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Pamela HendricksThanks for sharing Andrea 😍

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Maurice RobbinsSo Sweet Of U dear..

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Loraine WhyteThat's nice and easy to make. Thank you.

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Owen LakraHey don't post such tempting dish water is coming out of my mouth πŸ—ΊπŸ•πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜

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FISH and CHIPS - UK Style

INGREDIENTS

600 gms Fish – cut in 2” X 3” long and around Β½β€œ thick fillets

Fish Marinate:
Β½ spoon Garlic paste
Β½ spoon ginger paste
1 spoon lemon juice
ΒΌ small spoon salt

Batter
Maida (around 200 gms)
4 tsp Bread crumps
ΒΌ small spoon salt
ΒΌ spoon kali mirch
1 tsp chilli flakes
Pinch of oregano
ΒΌ tsp baking powder
Beer as per requirement (I put a cup full) – make a batter like pakoda

Serve with:
Green Coriander & Mint chutney
French fries
Tartar sauce

Method:

1. Marinate the fish fillets for around 15 minutes in the marinate.
2. Make a batter with the ingredients under Batter. Make sure that you DO NOT MIX the batter too well. Let it have lots of lumps in it, that way it turns out crispier.
3. Dip the marinated fish in the batter one by one and deep fry to golden colour on medium heat.
4. Take out on an absorbent paper once done.
5. Sprinkle some lemon juice on top after taking out in plate and pour some tartar sauce on it.
6. Serve with French fries and Mint & Coriander chutney and some salad.

*** I make pea and Mint puree, mashed potatoes, mustard sauce or chipotle dip with it too sometimes.
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Shomi BanerjeeWonderful. Fish and chips.... ☺

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Organic homegrown HERB GARDEN with mint ready for the picking!
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Fresh, organic homegrown mint ready to romance soups, salads and pastas! Yum! #eatkochieat #foodblogger #cochinfoodie #igers #igerscochin #igersindia #foodieigers #foodiesofinstagram #indianfoodblogge...

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Mother's Day is imminent, and I have a recipe that my mom loves .. this is an indianized toastadas with quick black bean salad and creamy avocado sauce! Recipe link in comments! By the way, how you are planning to make your mom feel special? ... See MoreSee Less

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That Decadent North Meets East- West Pure Vegetarian Thali - Done

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You know me. I won't serve just food from one State. Today was no different.

If you'd like to know how to make these dishes , do follow @thegutlessfoodie on INSTAGRAM 😊

Clockwise :
1. Those Decadent Lentils & Beans

2. That Freshly Steamed Rice

3. That East-West Style Bhindi/Okra

4. Those Whole Wheat Parathas

5. That Salad πŸ˜† : Cucumber slices and lime
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Shomi BanerjeeWonderful thali..

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Kandyachya Pathichi Bhaji / Maharashtrian Style Spring Onion Curry

Kandyachya Pathichi Bhaji is a delectable spring onion curry and one among my favorite heirloom recipes . A simple preparation in which both greens and whites of the spring onion are cooked in a curry with split chickpeas , roasted peanut powder and spices. It makes a soulful meal when served with jowar bhakri , nachanicha / ragi papad and salad.

Recipe Link : https://poonambachhav.blogspot.in/2017/04/…
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Poonam BachhavKandyachya Pathichi Bhaji / Maharashtrian Style Spring Onion Curry Recipe Link : poonambachhav.blogspot.in/2017/04/kandyachya-patichi-bhaji-maharashtrian.html

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Shomi BanerjeeWonderful spring onion curry..

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After a long holiday in Italy back home and treating family with this yummy Fishy Menu 🐟🍀 Rice, Chapati , Salad, Prawn curry, Pomfret Fry, Surmai Fry and Solkadhi πŸ˜‹ (Recipes herebelow) Reci...

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Pravin BhojeSo nice

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