Bourbon Vanilla Tea
Repost from @chenaholic
Lazy winter mornings call for some hot satisfying drinks. And Sundays are specially to be pampered around, so why not try your own mocktails with the blend of black tea and bourbon vanilla beans? .
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Mogo stir fry!
159 cals/100g —————————————————————
Following on from my last post, this is another great way of serving Mogo!
Again, boil until soft, fry @ 180• minimum, preferably get your #sunfloweroil or #vegetableoil to 200• for a really #crispy coating. Stir fry some #jeera (cumin), red onions, chillies in some oil in a wok. When onions are slightly softened, add your mogo and toss in your wok, add red chilli powder, dhaniya (coriander) powder, jeera (cumin) powder, imli (tamarind). Let cook on a high heat whilst mixing, so the masala glazes the mogo nicely. I sometimes add a bit of honey to get a sticky glazed coating and it balances the dish really well. Finish off with fresh lemon and freshly chopped dhaniya #coriander and enjoy whilst hot!! 😍
Mogo is always a great #starter at a party or finger food with family and friends! —————————————————————
🧐Interesting fact: Cassava is the third-largest source of food carbohydrates in the tropics, after rice and maize. Cassava is a major staple food in the developing world, providing a basic diet for over half a billion people! 😯
Saturday evenings are to satisfy absolute hunger. 😋
And what better to have than chicken crystal dimsums✨
We had this at @themisbarbecuehouse .
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This Kulcha was really huge in size 😍. And Super Delicious as well ❤️ .
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😍❤️😍Black Carrot Halwa🖤
Something new and interesting 😋 we make carrots halwa with the regular carrots,which is delicious,but if you get black/purple carrots pls do try it, it's more delicious n healthy 😋
Black Carrots or purple carrots is found only in limited parts of North India like U.P. Bihar Punjab and Haryana.
This Delicious Halwa From @food_vivid
These carrots get their characteristic hue because of the extra antioxidant pigments that may benefit disease like arthritis and many heart disease.
Black/purple carrots are only available from December to first half of March.
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Black/purple carrots 1kg
Milk 1/2 ltr.
Sugar 1/2cup or as pr ur taste
Chopped almonds n cashew
Green cardamom 2
Step 1-wash the carrots nicely n cut into small pieces.
Step2-In a pressure cooker add milk n carrots n pressure cook it for 3whistle,than off the flame. Now let it cool itself.
Step3-In a grinder add cooked carrots n make paste.
Step 4-In a pan heat ghee,add cardamom,than add carrot paste n cook it nicely for about 1hrs on slow flame, check in every 5mins.
Step5-Now add sugar n chopped almonds, cashew n mix well n fry another for 15mins or till done on slow flame.
Plate it n garnish with almonds and cashew nuts.
Some places you keep driving past without realising how good the food is!
Reaching late at night around we ordered the Murg dakhni nimbu mirchi for starers. The chicken was well cooked, creamy texture with hints of spice was a good start to the meal.
To accompany the nan, roti we ordered the murg dhaba curry, mutton bhuna masala and chicken Dum biryani for rice.
The dhaba curry was a thinner gravy but was flavorful and did give you a stronger hit of the masala compared to the mutton buna which was a thicker heavier gravy. Both dishes were perfectly suited for a roti or garlic naan.
The chicken biryani was well cooked too, the rice was aromatic while the chicken was soft and spiced.
Special mention for the dahi based chutney s which are another level of awesome!
They played a mix of English rock and Pop music that just made this dinner even more special.