Paneer Gobi Tomato Soup

My cold seems to be harmless but sticky. Like in Hollywood movies, I decided to cure it with soup. Usually in movies they give a sick child chicken soup, but in my case I think paneer will do. As my kitchen closets and fridge is full of ingredients (I always get excited in stores and buy too much), I didn’t see any reason to leave my castle to get anything….

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Gobi Manchurian

Paneer Tikka has a competitor as my favorite food: Gobi Manchurian! Soooo goood… 🙂   Save Print Gobi Manchurian Author: http://www.awesomecuisine.com/recipes/1402/1/Gobi-Manchurian-Dry/Page1.html   Ingredients Medium size cauliflower, in small florets 2 tsp ginger, minced 1 tbsp garlic, minced 3 tbsp maida (all-purpose flour) 2 tsp corn flour 1 tsp red chili powder ½ tsp white pepper powder (I didn’t have, used black instead) 2 tsp salt 1 tsp soy sauce ½ tsp…

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Curd Rice, second try

While exploring fast food theme and I was left little hungry after noodles, I realized that curd rice is also kinda fast food, if you happen to have boiled rice in your fridge (and I happened to have). I didn’t bother to check the recipes, I just added stuff like with veg noodles. The solution was tasty, and more successful than last time. And like noodles, this dish doesn’t require…

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Vegetable noodles

Today’s recipe is good in many reasons, here’s some: It’s tasty It’s fast It’s easy It’s cheap It takes hardly any effort to make You can use almost any ingredients available, only required thing is noodles So if you are lazy, like I am time to time, this is a must recipe. You can eat it as it is, but of course as side dish also. Also, if you are…

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Paneer Tikka

Today I was feeling a bit down, was very tired and still had bunch of stuff to do. So I decided to forget all that and make my favorite, Paneer Tikka. And again, this dish didn’t fail me! With that, I though curd rice would fit nicely (probably you cannot serve these two together, if asked from locals, but I have learned not to ask if I don’t want to…

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Hari Chutney

  Save Print Hari Chutney Author: http://www.indianfoodforever.com/chutney/hari-chutney.html   Ingredients 1 bunch coriander, chopped 3-4 green chilies 1 small onion 1 lemon juice 3 tsp sugar (I feel the result was bit sweet, maybe 1-2 would be enough) A pinch of amchur (didn’t find from supermarket) 2-3 cloves of garlic salt to taste red chili powder to taste Instructions Mix and blend to paste, add little water if required 3.5.3208

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Curd Rice

  Save Print Curd Rice Author: http://www.indianfoodforever.com/chutney/hari-chutney.html   Ingredients 2-3 dl boiled rice 5 dl curd 2 tbsp oil ½ dl milk coriander leaves, chopped 1-2 green chilies 1 tsp chana dal 1 tsp urad dal 1 tsp mustard seeds 1 ½ tsp ginger, chopped 2 Tbsp coconut, desiccated ( I used fresh coconut, grind. But I grind it with haste, so it staid to big and crunchy. Next time I’ll…

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Orange Juice

  Save Print Orange Juice   Ingredients Two oranges Again, sugar, if needed Instructions Peel oranges Cut oranges to half, this way it is easy to remove the seeds Juice using a blender, filter and pour in a glass 3.5.3208

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Banana Lassi

After eating huge stack of dosas, I felt I need something little lighter like fruits. Also, I had two packets of curd in fridge, that needed to be used. So, simple solution: Lassi.   I payed a visit to my favorite place for fruits: a street near my place, which is usually filled with fruit vendors. But for some reasons, today there was only couple of vendors. I ended up buying…

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Dosas

I had to decide what to do with my rest of maybe idli batter (see previous post). As same batter can also be used for dosas, I wanted to give them a try. But dosas I couldn’t, no I wouldn’t, eat without coconut chutney. But with that came two problems: I don’t have any kind of food processor or blender, and another one was trickier. If I buy a coconut,…

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