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Dinner tonight.
Chicken in Barbeque Sauce with fresh salad and Bread.
Marinate 3 full chicken legs in 1 tbsp barbeque sauce, 1 tbsp tomato ketchup, 1 tsp worchestshire sauce, 2 tsp lemon juice, 1 tbsp oil, 1 tbsp honey and salt to taste. Marinate for 4-5 hrs in the fridge. Place chicken and marinade in a baking dish, garnish with 2-3 sprigs of Rosemary and bake uncovered at 160 degrees for 35-40 minutes.
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Jean CoyneYummy

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Esther RallanSuper super yummy....love it..

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Maria WhelpdaleLooks amazing..

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Dawna JewleeanaYummy.... wow ..this is so appetising.

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Merlyn NandhiniAmazing... mouth watering😯 definitely gonna try.

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Arnold SnellekszWill try it out

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Judith TordoirAhhhh this is what I do here too, Meg!!! Good old rustic food!!! We had hot wings and drumsticks with a salad for our dinner here!! πŸ€—πŸ˜˜πŸŒ·

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A lovely evening with friends.
Didn't cook much, just a pork curry, prawn cafreal (courtesy Maureen Olivereira) and Salad.
Meat curry with drumstick and rotis from Mel's Kitchen and Iddiappams and Veg Kurma from Viswa Sagar.
Chinnamalai (Pork) Curry. This is my mother-in-law's recipe. I used to hear about this dish from my hubby who informed me that it was a special dish made during the feast day in St Thomas Mount. Got the recipe from my sister-in-law and finally made it.

1/2 kg Pork, boneless
1 big onion, sliced
1 sprig curry leaves
1 1/4 tsp Ginger Garlic paste
2 med sized Tomatoes, cut into small cubes
1 tsp dry chilli powder
3 tsp coriander powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1/4 tsp roasted Cumin powder
1/2 - 3/4 pack coconut milk.
1/2 Green Mango, skinned and cut into med sized cubes
10 small bringals, cubed
2 Drumsticks, cut into 1" piece

Heat oil in a pressure cooker. Fry onions till almost brown, then add curry leaves, fry a little before adding the ginger garlic paste. Fry well. Now add the tomatoes and fry till its almost a sauce consistency. Add pork and let it mix well with the masala. Add the coconut milk. Mix well, add a a little water and salt. Cover and pressure cook for 20 mins.
Let it rest. Add the veggies and cook till done. Garnish with coriander leaf.
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Janet EnglesAll looks great

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Robert WestWhat a fab spread.

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Julie FindlayLooks divine! πŸ˜‹

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Judith TordoirSuch a fab spread, Penny!! Mouth watering indeed!! πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

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Dawne FoenanderPenny - that's a whole lot of cooking ! 😊

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Charlie JahansVery tempting

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Marilyn MirandaYummy spreadπŸ˜‹

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Jean CoyneLovely spread Penny Darling. Guess you enjoyed the dinner. I remember the Pork curry my Mom used to make it. Unfortunately we don't eat Pork and pork products. Nice evening I guess.

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Anita MawdsleyIt look fab Pen. You are on a roll.

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Arlene Ruth PetersPenny how did prawn cafreal taste good I am sure it did I plan to make it your salad recipe

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Malliga ShivaramThank u so much ,we make a similar one in south with mutton and adding tamarind paste take different and good not to heavy .

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Andre MartinWow looks so yummy

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Sonia MansataSure looks tempting

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Anniversary/Birthday Dinner.
Pork Vindaloo, Kerala Mutton Stew, Sannas, Kerala Egg Roast, Malvani Prawn Fry, Dry Korma, Pineapple/Apple Salad, Bailey's Chocolate Mousse.

Pork Vindaloo.
Pork - 1 kg boneless (cubes)
Onions - 3 finely chopped
Ginger/garlic paste - 2 tbsp
Turmeric pwd - 1 tsp
Red chilli pwd - 2 tsp
Kashmiri chilli pwd - 2 tsp
Cumin pwd - 1 tsp
Pepper pwd - 1 tsp
Mustard pwd - 1/2 tsp
Garam masala pwd - 1tsp
Vinegar - 5 tblsp
Oil - 4 tblsp
Salt to taste
Wash meat and keep aside. In a pressure cooker, heat the oil and fry onions till golden brown. Add ginger/garlic paste and fry for 3-4 minutes more. Add all the dry masala powders and fry. Now add the salt and meat and fry well till water starts to come out. Fry the meat well and then add sufficient water and allow to cook, about 5 whistles. When cool, open cooker and add the vinegar and cook without covering. Let the gravy thicken a bit. Switch off flame when done.

Kerala Egg Roast.
Eggs - 4
Onions - 3, finely sliced
Tomato - 2, finely sliced
Ginger/garlic paste - 1 tblsp
Green chillies - 2-3, slit
Red chilli pwd - 1 tsp
Turmeric pwd - 1/4 tsp
Coriander pwd - 1 tsp
Garam masala pwd - 1 tsp
Curry leaves - 1 sprig
Salt to taste
Oil - 3 tblsp
Coriander leaves for garnish
For the tempering :
Mustard seeds 1/2 tsp
Fennel seeds - 1/4 tsp
Boil the eggs, remove shell and make slits on the sides and keep aside. Heat a pan with oil and crackle mustard seeds n fennel seeds, add the sliced onions n fry till it turns golden brown. Add salt and ginger/garlic paste n fry. Now add the green chillies n fry till the raw smell goes. Add all the dry spice powders n fry for a further 3 minutes. Add the tomatoes and cook till mushy. Sprinkle water if it gets too dry. Let it cook for a couple of minutes. Finally add the boiled eggs and mix gentle. Garnish with fresh coriander leaves.
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Rodney WoodsHo how lovely.

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Anna Eapen GopalCould you please give the recipe for Sannas?

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Dawne FoenanderHuge variety! Great cooking😊

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Juliana RodriguesWhat about the other recipes ...please give

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Genevieve Pentonyyummmmieeee

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Genevieve Pentonyrecipes pleez

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Honorine GaneshHappy anniversary! Looks like it was a good celebration. Can I please have the receipt for the Kerala mutton stew please

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Lorelle NairLovely! Looks delicious.

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Ann PeterHappy Anniversary/Birthday

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Shiny GeorgeGreat Mam ,Thank you for the great delight

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Loraine WhyteHappy anniversary. Waiting for the other recipes. Esp.sanas.

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Matty SmithNo need to marinate the pork overnight?

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Patricia GonsalvesHappy Anniversary !!!!

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Francine HtooThanks for the Vindaloo recipie can use pork; chicken

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Fergus MisquittaYipppeee

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Merlyn NandhiniWow luks delicious.. Could u pls share the receipe for kerala mutton stew and prawn fry.

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Valerie PestonjiDear Dear Meg and Ivor a very very Happy Wedding Anniversary and a very very Happy Birthday to you Ivor. May you both have a lovely day and many many more happy wedding anniversaries. Also a wonderful year ahead. Gosh the food looks absolutely delicious wish I could come and join you in your celebration. All the very best. Lots of love and all good wishes Valerie Maneck Malcolm Melanie Ram Paramveer and little Lakshveer. ☺ 😊 😊 ☺ ☺ πŸ’– πŸ’– πŸ’ πŸ’ πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸŽ€ πŸŽ€ 🎁 🎁 πŸŽ‚ πŸŽ‚ 🌹 🌹 🌹 🌺 🌺 πŸ’ πŸ’ β“‚β“‚β“‚

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Shabnam Lawrence EarnestHappy ,Healthy years ahead Meg

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Ambika MohanWow!what a spread! Yum. Could u post the recipe of Baileys choc. Mousse

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Janet EnglesIt all looks yum, please explain what Sannas is and how to make it thank you

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Leo DomYummy food, Meg

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Loretta CorreyaHappy Anniversary.

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Doris VazHappt Anniversary Meg!! Wish you many more happier ones to come!!

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Pamela MaxfieldWe need the recipes, looks great but need to know how you cooked it

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Daphne D'SouzaOh! So yummy! πŸ˜‹

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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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Sambit Bhattacharya

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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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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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Sambit BhattacharyaCrispy chops !

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Daphne D'SouzaSo deeeelicious!

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Somethin' Fishy Today !! πŸ˜‰πŸŸπŸ€ Menu : Prawns fry, Pomfret Fry, Prawns Curry,Solkadhi, Salad , Rice and Chapati !! (All recipes are mentioned here below) Recipe for Prawns fry : yourco...

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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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