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We recently celebrated my daughters 9th bday. I cooked for approx 40 people. I guess I should start taking party orders now 😜. Just kidding 😊😊

Salad :
cucumber lemon

Snack:-
Veg samosa
Dahi wada

Main Course:-
Chicken korma curry
Malai kofta curry
Saffron Rice
Home made Bun bread

Dessert:-
Paan laddoo
Cut Fruit
Gulab jamun

Drink :-
Madeira red

Kids corner:-
Chips
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Sonia Gul MukhiWow So many items Hats off to you my dear

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Darpan BhatWow!!!πŸ‘

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Chitra KamalWoW! πŸ˜πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ, I appreciate you (it's not so easy to cook for so many ppl).πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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Dira ZakaKya bat hai apki super mom

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Janaki PriyaWow...😍😍

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Charanya HariharanYou should consider and pursue your Catering ideas seriously πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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Niveditha Avni S PrabhuSuperbbbb.... I second your thought btw πŸ˜‰

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Mansi DuggalAwesome

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Pallavi Pramodkumar Shinde-BhamareWow ..... paan laddu

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Monika CharhateWow!so many items ...and looks yummy πŸ˜‹

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Karishma Golani MathurAwesomeness

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Moulya MaaduReally hats off to ur patience...πŸ‘πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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Annu YashvardhanAmazing....Plz post the recipe of paan ladooπŸ˜‹

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Deepika RathodVery nice u r a super mom 😊

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Pari MelkoteAwesome! Can you pls share recipes

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Sona Anand ChadhaToo gud dear

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Gayatri Nerlekar PaiWow.... Super mom

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Brinda KoushikAwesome spread!

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Bhakti GandhiReceipe for.pan pls

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Bindita Bhalanipls post reciepe for all items....dey r marvellous

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Parul SaxenaAwesome... u definitely should start ...

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Neha AroraAwesome

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Ulka BhattAwesome πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ highly appreciative!! 40 is a big number

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Kalyani ShimpiAwesome!! Excellent job!!πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ

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Soujanya RajeshBefore how many days you have started cooking

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Pictures of Mutton Chops, Chicken chops & Prawn chops.
Method same (two pictures of making in process given in comments). Very tasty, delicious soft and crispy have with salad and sauce.
Recipe : Boil boneless chicken medium size pcs mixed with ginger garlic paste & salt. Let it cool then grate the chicken in tiny pcs, add grated onions, pinch of turmeric & red chili powder, little viniger. Then fry it to dry (onions will release water so fry dry). Now you have the filler ready. Now make Chop size with smashed potatoes (make dough of smashed boiled potatoes mixed with grinded boiled peas, green chilies, salt, little ginger garlic paste, garam masala & cumin powder). Put the filler inside and wrap it well Now dip soak the Chops in egg beat and wrap with biscuit powder (roasted toasted bread crumbs) and fry crispy in hot cooking oil.
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Shoma Sengupta MajumdarChops on my plate....😊

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Kathy CombsDelicious!!!!

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Derick SoraineLooks good ..

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Sabrina LivaiDelicious πŸ˜‹β€β€

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Nalini CaltonThis recipe is the best of all your recipes. I'll definitely try it.

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Denise WadsworthI've never tried making with prawns but I will now.

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Sambit BhattacharyaDenise with prawns its even more tastier. You can also try with fish. Both either with prawns or fish you don't need to boil just fry as you usually do mixed with turmeric and salt. Rest same as in caption.

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Adeline Lapadula GabrielSambit, how many people do you typically make food for each time you cook? Do your dishes typically serve 4?

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Sambit BhattacharyaAdeline above chops was for 3 myself and two of my friends. Filling and wholesome.

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Mithu SenSharing

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Maureen OliveiraDelicious Sambit

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Darryl BaldreyLovely sam

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Stellz AnthonyDelicious

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Loraine WhyteMy kind of food. Thank you.

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Audrey NambiarExcellent recipe & presentation...My tummy.......... Backbone. You say funny...But it is true.... Tried Mutton curry which was superb. Thanks for sharing. Stay blessed.

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"Bengali Mutton Curry" aka Kosha Mangsho ! This one is slow cooked, less water & well stirred.
Recipe : Marinade for 30 mins, 500 gms of mutton with 3 chopped onions, 3 tbsps ginger garlic paste, 1 tsp each of turmeric, red chili powder & salt. On heavy bottomed wok put 4 tbsps cooking oil, on heated oil put the marinaded mutton, stir well, onions will release water and mutton will release fat. Stir to dryness till it becomes sticky on the wok then add 2 cups of water, stir and keep in flame till dry gravy. Add few green chilies and 1/2 tsp garam masala powder & 2 drops of ghee. Done it's ready to serve. Enjoy with parathas or luchis (pooris) and salad.
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Daphne D'SouzaMouth-watering!

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Tanuka RayYour recipes are life-savers. Simple yet delicious ... thank you...

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Christine HoweLove your recipes.

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Daphne D'SouzaSambit I totally agree with Tanuka Ray's comment about your recipes. They are absolutely super delicious!

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Sambit BhattacharyaThank you Christine Thank you Daphne Feeling humbled, brings a smile 😊

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Daphne D'SouzaEnjoy your day Sambit!

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June Juliana MichaelπŸ‘

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Joyce MaryYou cook well

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Audrey NambiarMy tummy is shaking hands with my backbone with your lip smacking recipe. Thanks for sharing & stay blessed.

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Joy RaoDrooling

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Darryl BaldreyLovely sam u make me feel hungry

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Re-post for those who missed.
"Moghlai Paratha" Calcutta style.

Ingredients

For dough: Plain flour/ maida: 250 gms
Salt 1/2 tsp
1/2 cup oil
Water as required
Stuffing: 2 eggs, 2 small onions chopped, 1 tsp chopped garlic & ginger, few chopped coriander leaves, salt to taste, 2 green chiles chopped, a pinch of black pepper

First make dough. combine flour, salt and oil together.
Then put warm water little by little and knead it. We need semi soft and stretchy dough so that you can be able to roll out thin.
Once you knead it well, smear little oil on the surface of the dough
Now let's prepare inner stuffing/ filling.
In a bowl, put chopped onion, coriander leaves, minced garlic & ginger, eggs, green chilies, pepper and salt.
Beat well and it's ready (you may grind all together except eggs, squeeze water out and then add egg - I did it this way).
Now make a ball out of this dough.
Roll with the help of some flour.
Keep rolling out as thin as possible but not paper thin, else it will not hold the stuffing well.
Put the egg stuffing in the middle. Spread smear it with back of teaspoon
Now fold four opposite sides towards center or paste another rolled out dough, ensure no filling spills outside. (I pasted)
Now fry the moghlai paratha gently.
Cook until both sides turn to crispy and golden brown.
Once done, serve on a plate, you may cut it with knife in small square pcs or serve whole.
Serve moghlai paratha with spicy potato curry, salad and tomato ketch up on the side.
Potato curry Recipe boil potatoes peel of skin, cut into small pcs and fry on cooking oil with little turmeric, red chili powder salt and few green chilies.
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Joanne PereiraWow

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Anita A. MitraWow now that's a Saturday evening meal

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Anita A. MitraYou just making us feel "J" πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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Beverley Devine JonesAre the eggs raw or boiled? If eggs are raw, doesn't it flow out of the paratha dough? If raw how does it cook inside the folder paratha? step by step pics of the method would help a lot. Thanks

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Sambit BhattacharyaRaw and beat the egg Beverley

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Sambit BhattacharyaIt won't flow outside since its got all the mix in it as mentioned in the caption Beverley

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Audrey NambiarThanks . ... Thanks .. stay blessed... Will surely try this superb recipe

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