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Jul 29

Prawn is one of my favorite ingredients. It is easy to cook and so tasty too. One of my favorite dish is prawn curry. What I love this curry is that the gravy is full of prawn’s powerful taste that even without eating the prawn, you’ll feel that you have it. I love to eat prawn curry with steamed rice, since the rice absorbs the flavor of the prawn through its gravy. Want to try prawn curry? Here’s the recipe: Ingredients: (Serves 4) 400g large raw prawns, shell on ½ tsp ground... 

Jul 19

Pasta is one of my favorite ingredients. I usually use spaghetti but for a change, a fusilli or penne are great too. I occasionally cook lasagna, only when there are friends and guests around but for every day meal, a spaghetti or fusilli always comes handy and easy to cook. Last night, I had some prawns I bought last weekend, so I thought a fusilli pasta with tomato sauce would be a great dinner. I also made a garlic bread stick as a side for the pasta. As for the sauce, I just blanched the tomatoes... 

Jul 16

Matter Paneer – Cottage Cheese Green Peas Curry Every week, I would buy a pack or two of paneer. Paneer or cottage cheese is a typical ingredients in Indian cooking. Paneer is like tofu but has a silky and creamy taste because paneer is made from milk. Uncooked paneer should be stored in the refrigerator. Mattar Paneer (Paneer Green Peas Curry) is one of the common dishes using paneer and mostly cooked and ordered in a restaurant. It is a vegetarian dish but non-vegetarian eater like me loves... 

Jul 6

caramel with lemon custard I recently saw a travel show in TLC which showed a Mexican flan recipe and I thought it was very similar to a caramel custard which are both made of eggs, milk, and baked/steamed with a caramelized sugar. The host of the show said that Spanish brought it to Mexico, so I wonder who brought it to India. Here in India, we have an eggless version of caramel custard, in this case, there is a custard powder which can be bought in store. The custard powder is then just dissolve...