Daughter is getting bored being house bound, I suggested we go to my Indian store, gurujis, I needed to stock up some stuff. Husband and wife about my age own the place, bought cumin and fennel seeds, frozen galangal, date and tamarind chutney and a few incense sticks, I love these burning...
I've linked this and watching it again. It really is a great programme, I'm learning heaps about foods and the country itself. I don't know if it's available in murica, but maybe on you tube??? Worth a look. It reall is.
Bonus..... He's my fave chef. !! He now lives in Australia.
Over the years, we find that we edit and modify recipes, change little things along the way and simplify cooking and this is one of those recipes. We have adapted it to our tastes, and cooking requirements and finally have something we not simply like, but love.
1 onion, finely...
Indian chaura na poora, or Black-Eyed Bean Pancakes
You'll either need a high powdered liquidiser such as a Vitamix or a decent food processor and depending on what you have depends on how long these take to make.
If you have the Vitamix, then you don't have to soak the beans overnight, but you...
This is supposed to be a real treat if you're an Indian. It's my wife's birthday tea Sunday night and she spotted this recipe from Margaret fultons book. ( mg,the same as your book) it's marinaded for 48'hrs so I'd better get started. Pics to follow
12.5kg (5 1b) leg of lamb...
I use this recipe works every time
1 cup gram flour
1 cup plain flour
1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
2 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
Mix dry ingredients together add enough water to make a loose batter. Add a spoonful of batter to a oiled frying pan as soon as the top bubbles flip over. I...
The recipe: (Vegetarian or vegan), see below.
My best luck in making rice is by using my Japanese rice cooker, so that’s what I’m going to do. (Burnt too much rice to the bottom of pans back in the day… not going back there, and Basmati rice cooks well in one of these cookers…)
The cumin is...