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February 10, 2019, 03:55 PM by bolinao | Views: 400 | Comments: 13

What's left of the Chicken Madras and naan I made last night, really tasty.

Got the recipe from here.  :)


February 04, 2019, 04:11 PM by littlechili | Views: 126 | Comments: 0

Nice tasty Aloo Keema, Dry style.

Flavoured with Kashmiri Masala, also a blend of spice dry fried with precooked potatoes onions and garlic. No red food colour added.
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February 03, 2019, 10:51 PM by livo | Views: 99 | Comments: 0

February 03, 2019, 01:00 PM by pete | Views: 192 | Comments: 5

Can't leave this book completely alone
Every now and then I do another recipe
This time it's Saag Paneer
I made the Paneer too (recipe in the book)
The picture shows what you how much paneer you get
I used 2 litres for that, so it's not much of a yield
You have to weigh down the curds to make them solid
Reckon they use a lot more pressure when it's made commercially
My paneer was sort of light and fluffy!
I pre deep fried it (like they d...
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