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All of my experience cooking and eating Indian food comes from my own family ( a bunch of foodies Vegan The salad master - culinary articles, cooking. Samosa - Bawarchi, Indian Food Recipes, Indian Cooking Recipes. 51 Pages· · Popular Restaurant Gravies - Indian Recipes | Indian Food Recipes. Page 1. Indian Food Recipes 1. Aloo Palak. Mysore Pak (South Indian Dish).

Place lamb and the bones in a non-metallic bowl with the four table- spoons of oil, the vinegar, tamarind pulp, and salt. Remove from heat and set aside. It should pu. FISH 5. Mix the garlic, coriander and the chili powder along with salt and place it aside. Chop the onions and tomatoes separately. When oil is hot, add mustard seeds, if you are using them.

Then lay out the cheese in a rectangle in a tray and place a weight the more the better, but at least 10 lbs on it for 34 hour. Cut it into whatever shape you like. Cut paneer in 1" cubes and deep fry. Make Masala with onion, garlic, ginger, and tomatoes. Season and add turmeric. Add peas and paneer. Grate the onions. Put the tomatoes in hot water. Cut the paneer into small pieces and deep fry in ghee.

Heat oil in a vessel and fry the onions for a few minutes. Add the ginger and garlic paste, and fry for 21 minute. Add the chopped tomatoes, turmeric powder, coriander powder and chili powder, Garam Masala and salt.

Fry for at least minutes. Add the boiled vegetables, milk, cream and fried paneer pieces. Cook for a few minutes. Serve hot decorated with silver foil. Add turmeric and spices. Break the cauli ower in owerettes and cut the potatoes into cubes 8 pieces each. Add both to Masala and lower heat to simmer. Cover the pot until the cauli ower and potatoes are coated. Eggplant 4 medium Tomatoes 3t Fresh chopped coriander 1 c Ghee 2 2 c Finely chopped onion 1 Method 1. Bake in the middle level of the oven for 1 hour or until very tender.

While they are still warm, peel and crush the eggplants. Heat oil and fry onions until soft and clear. Do not brown. Add the tomatoes and fry for 2 minutes. Add the eggplant and stir until almost all liquid disappears and the mixture leaves the side. Heat oil and add turmeric and onions. Fry until soft. Add the sliced tomatoes and cook for 3 minutes, stirring all the time.

Add the mushrooms, cover and simmer for minutes. Remove cover and dry out all the water. For now, I only have a recipe for 'sambar' a thin dal recipe from South India. This is typically served with idlis or plain rice. Boil the toor dal with 3 cups of water.

Fry channa dal, dhania seeds, hing, and red chilies for a few minutes, and then fry them with the grated coconut. Grind the above mixture with water. Fry the green pepper in oil for a few minutes. Boil the tamarind paste, water, salt, turmeric, tomato and vegetables. Add boiled dal and bring it to a boil 8. In the meantime fry the mustard seeds and onion. Wash the dal and drain it. Cover the pot and simmer for 20 minutes.

When done, heat the ghee, add the cumin and fry until golden brown. Add thinly sliced onions. Fry until crisp and brown. Clean, wash and add the dal to boiling water. Uncover, cook further in same pan on low heat for 12 hour, stir and mash every now and then until a creamy consistency is achieved.

Heat the ghee, add remaining ginger, stir, add sliced onions, chili, and fry until golden brown. Add cumin or coriander optional. Pour over dal just before serving. Wash beans and boil for hours or 12 hour in a pressure cooker. In the meantime make Masala of onions, garlic, ginger and tomato as in chicken curry. Add to the beans and cook again until most of the liquid dries up and the beans are soft and thoroughly cooked.

Garnish with coriander leaves and serve. Clean, wash and soak the beans overnight. Simmer in pan about an hour or until tender, or pressure cook for 7 minutes at 15 psi. Heat oil. Fry thinly sliced remaining onions and cloves of garlic. Cook until mixture browns and dries up.

Add the beans and cook for 10 minutes more. Add the mango powder and pomegranate seeds, grated ginger and simmer over low heat for minutes. Before serving, pour 1 oz. Boneless chicken Method 1. Heat vessel with butter. RICE 2. Fry bay leaves, cloves, cardamom and cinnamon. Put onions and chilies in vessel and fry on low heat until onions turn brown. Add tomato and fry for 1 minute. Cover and cook until the gravy becomes semi-solid.

Cook rice in a separate vessel.

Put rice into chicken and mix It is advisable to cook rice about 34 ths and then let it cook with the chicken. Remove and serve Will serve about 4 hungry grad. Clean the rice with water and set aside. Cut the onions length wise. Fry the onions and cardamom in butter for about 4 minutes. If you are using green chili, then add the chili.

Add bay leaf, cloves, cinnamon and fry until the onions turn golden brown This will probably take another minutes. Add the garlic and ginger paste preferably prepared from fresh ginger and garlic. Add dhania powder and chili powder if green chili was not added before.

Add the tomato paste and one cup of water you have to experiment with the quantity of water needed. I found 1- 12 cups to be optimal and bring the mixture to boil. Add the vegetables, rice and salt. If you like coconut, add 14 cup of coconut akes. Reduce the ame and cover the vessel. After about 4 minutes, stir the mixture.

Cover the lid again and wait until cooked might take about minutes. Sprinkle on the coriander leaves in the end.

RICE 8. Quantity Ingredient 1c Rice 1 12 c Water 1c Vegetables 2" Cinnamon stick 1 2 Cloves 2 Cardamom 1 41 teaspoon Salt 8 teaspoon Turmeric powder 1 1 teaspoon Dhania powder 2 Chilies or 1 teaspoon powder 4 2 can or 1 lb. Wash the rice and drain the water. Extract one cup of water from tomatoes.

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Pour the butter into a vessel and heat. Add cinnamon, cardamom and cloves. Add onions and chilies and fry until onions turn golden brown. Add coconut, coriander powder Dhania powder , salt and let boil 9. Reduce to low heat and let the rice cook. Wash and soak rice in 3 c water optional. Heat ghee and fry onions and then remove and keep aside. Add cinnamon, cumin seeds, cardamoms, cloves and salt. Wait 1 minute and then add the bay leaves and 12 the onions.

Drain the rice and reserve the water. Add the rice grains and stir for minutes until all the water evapo- rates and the grains of rice are coated with oil.

Add the water and bring to a boil.

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Remove from the heat and allow the pressure to drop by itself. A 41 c frozen peas boiled , salt, 6 drops green food coloring mixed with 1 t water. B 14 c diced tomatoes, 14 t red pepper, salt, Garam Masala, 6 drops red food coloring mixed in 2 t water. Quantity Ingredient 1 Thinly sliced onion 2 14 c Ghee 1 oz. Almonds 1 oz. Cashew nuts 1 12 oz. Golden raisins 1 oz. Pistachio nuts 1" piece Ginger thinly sliced 1 Green chili optional 1 Hard boiled egg Method 1.

Clean, wash, and soak rice in 1 34 c water for pressure cooking, or in 2 cups of water for pan cooking. Heat oil and fry the onions. Add whole spices. Fry 1 minute. Add rice and fry for 23 minutes to coat the rice grains with oil. Add the water which the rice was soaking in. Pressure cook, building up the pressure to 15 psi and let drop, OR cook in a pan bringing to full boil then down to a simmer followed by 20 minutes of cooking until the rice is done.

Divide rice into three parts. Thoroughly mix A with one part and B with another. Leave the last part plain. Keep rice separate and warm in the oven. C Meanwhile fry the onion until it is crisp. Remove and fry almonds, cashew nuts, pistachios, raisins, ginger and chili.

Chop egg and sprinkle with salt. Keep warm until required. To serve, place onions, nuts, chopped egg and all of C in a dish and spread the three batches of rice in clumps above it aesthetically. Prawns 2 Onions diced into small pieces 1 4 " Cinnamon stick 1 4 teaspoon Chili powder 1 2 teaspoon Dhania powder 1 4 teaspoon Garlic powder 1 2 teaspoon ginger powder 1 bunch Fresh coriander 1 teaspoon Salt 1 teaspoon Turmeric powder 4 1 tablespoon Oil Method 1.

Clean the prawns and squeeze out the water. Add chili, dhania, garlic, ginger, turmeric powder, salt and mix well. Boil prawns on low heat. Add 1 teaspoon of oil to the boiling prawns. FISH 5. When water evaporates and the prawns are dry remove from the stove. Heat the oil and put in the cinnamon. Add prawns and fry for 2 minutes. Add onions and fry until they turn brown. Sprinkle on coriander leaves, remove from the heat and serve. Sprinkle 1 t salt inside and set aside.

Blend garlic, chili, ginger, 12 the coriander, coriander seeds, brown sugar, turmeric, mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, salt and lemon juice until it all becomes a smooth paste Add some water if needed.

Fry onions until they are soft and golden brown. Add the blended Masala and cook until most of the liquid is gone, and it starts to leave the sides of the pan. Add the tomatoes and Garam Masala. Fry for 2 minutes more and remove. Close opening, spread the rest of the Masala over it.

Cover tightly and bake for about 25 minutes. Grill for minutes in the broiler, and sprinkle on the remaining coriander. Chicken boneless 2 trays of holy farms 2 12 teaspoons Salt one bunch Coriander leaves Method 1. Grind the ginger, garlic, and almonds with water. Heat oil in a non-stick pan, and fry the chicken until it turns golden brown. Keep it aside and drain the oil. Heat some oil and add the cardamom, bay leaves and cloves and fry until the bay leaves turn brown.

Add the onions and fry for a few minutes. Pour the paste from the blender and fry for a couple of minutes until the oil separates. Add 1 tablespoon of yogurt and fry for 30 seconds. Keep adding ta- blespoons of yogurt and fry until you get a consistent mixture. Add the chicken, whipped cream and salt and cook gently low heat for 20 minutes. Add Garam Masala and coriander leaves and cook for another 10 min- utes. Add red chili, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon stick, and bay leaf, and cook until the bay leaf turns golden brown.

Add the onion and fry for two minutes. Add the ginger garlic paste and fry for 4 - 6 minute. Add the chicken and fry for 5 minutes.

Sprinkle in chili, dhania powder, cumin powder and turmeric. Add can of tomato paste and cook on low heat. Just before removing, add the whipping cream and cook for a few minutes. Add Garam Masala and coriander leaves Remove after a couple of minutes. Quantity Ingredient 1 lb. Remove fat from the chicken and then salt and pepper it. Sprinkle with chili powder. Add yogurt and mix well until the chicken is covered liberally with yogurt. Use your hands. Set aside for 1 hour before cooking.

If kept in the refrigerator, set aside for at least 4 hours. Heat oil in a large heavy pan. When oil is hot, add mustard seeds, if you are using them. Add cloves, cardamom, and coriander seeds and fry for 30 seconds.

Add the onion and fry for two minutes until the onion beings to turn brown. Lower heat to medium. Add the ginger and garlic paste and fry for minutes.

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Add mustard powder, if using it, add Garam Masala, and add cumin powder. Add ingredients from the frying pan. Cook uncovered over high heat for 4 minutes. Reduce heat to low and cover. Cook for 25 minutes or until the chicken is tender, stirring every 5 minutes. Important note: When chicken is cooked with a cover on the pot, it releases water that becomes a part of the sauce. If after 10 minutes, there isn't enough sauce in the pot, add 14 cup water. Conversely, if there is too much liquid in the pot, cook uncovered until the liquid evaporates.

There are several variations to the above recipe: Leave out the yogurt. Add 14 cup of water just before turning the heat to low and covering the pot. Boil two potatoes for 10 minutes before slicing them thinly. Add sliced potatoes to the pot when you start cooking the chicken. When the chicken is 43 done, add one small can of tomato paste. Just before removing add a small carton of whipping cream, and cook for a few minutes. Cut chicken, separate legs and thighs, back and split breast.

Heat oil over high heat. Add onions and fry until golden brown. Take care not to burn them. Add garlic, ginger and tomatoes. Fry until a smooth paste is obtained. Add chicken, add water, bring to a boil, and add salt. Cover pot and lower heat.

Add chili to make it hot if desired. Stir constantly to avoid burning and coat the chicken pieces evenly. After the chicken is done, add vinegar and cook for another 5 minutes on very low heat. Sprinkle on Garam Masala and serve. If you are using the ready made tandoori paste then life is a lot easier.

Replace all occurences of masala and soy sauce or yogurt with the tandoori paste. If you are using soy sauce as the base, put some on the chicken pieces and let it seep in the cuts. Rub in the Masalas as a mixture or one at a time. The idea is to let the Masalas seep in the cuts with the soy sauce. You can leave it for little while to seep in.

If you are using yogurt, you'll get a more authentic taste since the original TC is after all marinated in it. The yogurt tends to leave a considerable amount of water behind. This will keep the pieces from getting dry if over- cooked. I have not faced the same problem with the soy sauce version of dry chicken. Cook the chicken until it starts turning brown. You may use any other interesting sauce as the base. Some pre- vious experiences of my own are: Teriyaki my Japaani-tandoori , Oriental sauce my supermarket-tandoori.

I have made the recipe a couple of times and both times with very good results. Quantity Ingredient 3 lbs Lean boneless lamb 3 Meaty lamb bones Marinade made from: Quantity Ingredient 4 tablespoons Light vegetable oil 4 c Cider vinegar 1 3 tablespoons Tamarind pulp to taste Salt Puree made from: Cut lamb into 43 " cubes. Place lamb and the bones in a non-metallic bowl with the four table- spoons of oil, the vinegar, tamarind pulp, and salt.

Let it marinate at room temperature for eight hours or, refrigerated, for 24 hours. Heat the one-half cup of vegetable oil in a large enamel coated skil- let over medium-high heat. Add the onions and saute until they are caramel brown, stirring constantly to prevent burning. Add the puree. Reduce the heat and add ground cumin, ground mus- tard, turmeric, red pepper, and paprika.

When the spices begin to sizzle and turn dark, in about 15 seconds, add the lamb and bones.

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Cook until slightly seared about ten minutes. Add the water and bring to a boil, then lower the heat and simmer, partially covered, until the meat is very tender about thirty minutes.

Pick out and discard bones. Serve over rice. Ground lean meat 4 c Chopped onion 1 4 cloves Chopped garlic 1" piece Ginger, chopped 1 t Turmeric 2 3 c Water 4 to taste Salt and pepper To mix with meat: Heat the water and add the meat, onions, ginger, garlic, salt and pep- per. Pressure cook for 10 minutes at 15 psi or 25 min over low heat. Add the besan or 12 c soaked lentils and cook for 10 minutes. Knead or grind until slightly sticky, mix in egg yolk, Garam Masala and yogurt and knead well.

Coat the hard boiled eggs with the above and deep fry. Heat ghee, fry the onions to a golden brown, add garlic, ginger, toma- toes and yogurt and fry well until the Masala is a paste. Add water to the mix if necessary. Add the green sprigs of onion, 1 21 c water and cook for 10 minutes covered. When curry is ready, pour into a serving dish, cut the koftas in half and arrange over the curry. Serve garnished with coriander leaves and Garam Masala.

Clean, wash, trim and dry pork. Cut into 1" cubes. Make Masala with onions, ginger, and tomatoes as in chicken curry, etc. Add the vinegar and Vindaloo paste and cook for 2 minutes. Add the pork and pressure cook for 20 minutes, or in a heavy pot for 1 12 hours, until the pieces are tender.

Cube potatoes, add and cook the potato pieces coated in the liquid. Boil down the amount of water 30 minutes while the potatoes cook. Almonds 1 c Oil 2 1 oz. Coriander seed 1t Red pepper optional 1 t Garam Masala 2 Method 1. Clean, wash and dry mutton. Blend coriander seeds, 1 onion, almonds and garlic. Marinade the mutton in above mixture for 2 hrs. Heat oil and fry the remaining thinly sliced onion.

Keep aside. Add the mutton and fry until the liquid dries up.

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Add 43 c hot water and simmer until the meat is almost done 34 cooked OR pressure cook at 15 psi for 20 minutes. Reduce pressure. Add salt and pepper. Uncover and dry the liquid. Add beaten yogurt and fry until it leaves oil. Add fried ground onion. Beat the cream. Mix it with the cooked mutton. Serve garnished with chopped coriander leaves. Chapter 12 Desserts and Other Goodies This has been my all time favorite dessert. Ever since I was very little, I can remember asking for seconds and thirds.

What makes this dessert unusual is that it is not as sweet as most Indian desserts. It is fairly simple to make. Melt butter in a 4 qt. Break vermicelli into 3" pieces. Over low heat stir vermicelli into butter until it turns light brown. Pour in the milk and stir over medium heat until it boils. Put in the raisins, almonds and sugar. Continue to cook under low heat for 10 minutes.

Add whipping cream and continue to cook for a couple of minutes. Remove from heat and, when cool, chill in the refrigerator before serv- ing Rice our drops Rose water 1 oz. Pistachio nuts 2 Method 1. Blanch optional and shred nuts. Mix rice our into the milk and mix until smooth.

Cook over medium heat until a creamy consistency is achieved minutes? Simmer and add sugar and stir for minutes more. Cool in refrigerator for 30 minute add the rose water, almonds and pistachios maybe before it cools.

Pour into individual dishes and serve. Melt shortening in a pan. Turn down heat and add cardamom and Besan. Fry, stirring constantly to prevent burning until it has changed to a brown color and smells done. Spread 12 " thick onto a platter. Cut into diamond shapes after it has cooled down.

Wash and drain the rice. Soak in 21 c water for 12 hour. Boil the rice in the same water until it is coated and the water dries up. Add the milk and simmer on low heat for 1 12 hours. Scrape the sides and bottom frequently to prevent sticking and mash rice while stirring. When it is creamy, add sugar and stir in well. Remove from heat and add crushed cardamom seeds, rose water and shredded almonds.

Serve hot or cold decorated with silver leaves optional. Heat butter and pour in a bowl. Add Bisquick, carnation powder and yogurt and blend together. Knead well adding milk if necessary. Make a smooth ball, cover and let rest 30 minutes? Make small balls. Heat the water, add sugar, bring to boil, add cardamom seeds and simmer. Boil, then simmer to reduce the water by half. Heat the oil until hot and fry the balls to a golden brown or until they are dark brown almost black.

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