Sunday Sandwich

Save Print Sunday Sandwich   Ingredients 2 pieces of bread 3 veg. cutlets tomato ⅛ onion ¼ capsicum green chili sauce pinch of salt & pepper to put on top of tomatoes margarine / butter Instructions Wake up at 3 pm on Sunday. Gather whatever ingredient you can find to make a sandwich. Make the sandwich. Serve with class of ice cold Coca-Cola (no, Pepsi is NOT the same thing..)….

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Moru Curry

Today’s recipes are provided by my co-worker, Maneesha. Thank you so much! I feel so privileged to get authentic Indian recipes instead of anonymous recipes found from Google. When I first tasted Moru Curry, I instantly fell in love to it’s sour taste. So good. For vegetable cutlets I didn’t have any expectations, so I was happily surprised when they turn out to be so delicious. I think these would…

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Vegetable Cutlets

  Save Print Vegetable Cutlets   Tips: You can use any vegetables you want, but use potato as a base. Put some salt while frying onions, to speed up the process Ingredients 2 potatoes (I used 3 small) 1 cup of green peas 2 onions, chopped 2-3 green chilies, chopped 5-6 green beans 1 carrot 1 dl of coriander leaves maida flour mixed with water – loosely (original recipe mentions…

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Subway India

Finally, I found nearby Subway! This can be a good thing or a bad thing. Good thing is that they have so delicious sandwiches, bad thing is the risk that I become even more lazier 🙂

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Gobi Parathas

This whole week I have been planning  to try making parathas on this weekend. Before doing that, my kitchen needed paratha-update. So, yesterday I went shopping and ended up buying tawa frying pan and rolling pin. After that I went to a supermarket to buy atta-flour. After 10 minutes of standing in front of flour shelf and almost disappointed that they don’t have it, I realized that I have stand…

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Jhat Phat Sabzi

Yet another Paneer dish. What can I say.. simple, fast and delicious.I took the liberty of reduce the cooking times, because I felt otherwise I would burned my vegetables. I think I was using too higher temperature than in original recipe.   Save Print Jhat Phat Sabzi Author: http://www.sailusfood.com/2010/05/30/jhat-phat-sabzi-capsicum-paneer/   Ingredients 2,5 dl paneer, cubed 1 tomato, seeds removed and quartered 2 capsicums, cut into long pieces 1 tsp ginger-garlic-green chilli…

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Idlis, Sambar and deadlines

I have learned what deadlines means in IT development. They mean long days, sometimes nights, not sleeping well, not eating properly and giving up from free time. Today I noticed that I get irritated by the smallest things while browsing on Internet, all I see is usability errors and bad UX-choices. But the good thing is, deadlines doesn’t come so often. This is our projects first release, and of course…

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