This is a recipe (originally created for Xmas & Festive times) designed and created for the more ‘purist’ type of vegan palette – those that don’t like fake meat, for whatever reason. Delicious, moist, with a wonderful texture, aroma and flavour...
I’ve asked this question to several people, and by the end of it, I’m even more confused than when I started out. Marut Sikka, food impresario, says with great conviction that pulao is made when rice and meat or vegetables are cooked in liquid so that the starch of the rice is absorbed. Biryani, according... Read more »
Mixed vegetable pakora is my own recipe. Its a very easy and less time consuming recipe..... Ingredients: 1 ½ cup besan (gram flour) 1 tspn baking powder ½ cup sliced aubergine/ eggplant 1 green chilli sliced ¼ cup chopped green coriander 4 button mushrooms sliced 1 potato thinly sliced ½ cup paneer (small cubes) Little…
On Fridays we like to offer up something fun for the weekend. Often it’s a baked treat like week before last’s Chocolate Muffins with White Chocolate and Dried Cherries or a fun drink like last Friday’s Puerto Rican Egg Nog.
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