forum: Food & Drink

#381 Tue 22 Jan 13 11:43pm


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there are some great recipes on this thread .I must take time to trawl through it again sometime soon.

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#382 Wed 23 Jan 13 6:41am


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Is there a way of cooking karela that doesn't involve salting?  question  help
At the moment if I have any in my cooking, I nibble a raw one before eating, and I usually sneak it into fairly spicy dishes.

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#383 Mon 11 Mar 13 11:29am


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Dear Suresh,
In one of your recipes you used an ingredient called 'Baingans'.
Could you tell me what it is in English or what I can use as an
alternative, as I live in the U.K.

Your recipes look wonderful and I am looking forward to trying a few.



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#384 Mon 11 Mar 13 11:43am


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Baingan = Aubergine = Eggplant

Depending on whereabouts in the world you are...

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#385 Mon 12 Aug 13 8:22am


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Sprinkle chicken with salt. In large skillet, heat oil over high heat; stir-fry chicken until starting to brown and juices run clear when chicken is pierced, about 6 minutes.
Add garlic and ginger; stir-fry until fragrant, about 1 minute. Add onion, red and green peppers and jalapeƱo pepper; stir-fry for 3 minutes, adding about 4 tbsp water by the tablespoon to prevent sticking to pan.
Mix chili sauce with vinegar; add to pan and cook over medium-high heat, stirring often, until reduced and vegetables are tender-crisp. Serve sprinkled with green onions.

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#386 Wed 14 Aug 13 9:27am


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Thank you suresh. Your Indian recipe are really good. I want to test this all recipe.

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#387 Wed 14 Aug 13 11:15am


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It was Madhur Jaffrey's birthday yesterday. She is now 80 years old!

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#388 Tue 27 Aug 13 7:48am


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Indian food is very good for eating. I like Indian food very much. Here I want to ask the recipe of chicken pasta. Tell me the method that I make pasta at home easily. Hop you will share pasta recipe soon.

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#389 Fri 13 Dec 13 8:28pm


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Cooked this and loved it.

Thank you for sharing.

Mark Leroy, Ayrshire, OH (Think Big)
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#390 Sun 15 Dec 13 12:06pm


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Hi Suresh, thanks for recipe of tasty dish. We had prepared and tasted. Thanks again.

suresh wrote:

Use 1 or 2 Tablespoons for an authentic madras curry.
2 1/2  tablespoons coriander seeds, dry-roasted and ground 
1  tablespoon cumin seeds, dry roasted and ground 
1  teaspoon brown mustard seeds 
1/2  teaspoon cracked black peppercorns 
1  teaspoon chili powder 
1  teaspoon ground turmeric 
2  cloves crushed garlic 
2  teaspoons grated fresh ginger 
3-4  tablespoons white vinegar


Put all ingredients except vinegar into small bowl and mix together well.
Add the vinegar and mix to a smooth paste.
Keep for up to one month in an airtight container in fridge

Sweet Regards

Suresh Nair
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