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May 10

Stuffed Chicken Breast I love cooking (and eating!) chicken breast because (a) it’s healthy, and (b) it’s so flexible to cook. Most of the time, I buy chicken breast pieces and store them in my freezer for a couple of weeks. Though it’s the most expensive cut of the chicken, it’s the most flexible to cook. I can make minced chicken anytime or cut then into cubes or even strips, or flatten them to grill or breaded. Whenever I get time, I try some recipes I find online, though... 

Aug 30

When I attended the last Mathsya Mela, I remember of the food art displayed in the food court. They are carvings of different animals from the different vegetables. They look really amazing and beautiful.  

Aug 1

Another vegetarian dish that is favorite of mine is the Chana Masala or Chole Masala or Chickpea Curry. I love it with roti or with hot boiled rice. Preparing Chana Masala needs planning since the chickpeas must be soak for overnight, if not, it will not be cooked. In outside India though, canned chickpeas are available, so in this case, there’s no need for soaking. Below is the recipe of Chana Masala. Ingredients: 1 cup chick peas (if using canned, skip #1 & 2) 1 Onion 1 Tomato 1Green... 

Mar 3

As promised from my last post of the pan-grilled fish fillet with mashed potato and coleslaw, I am sharing my recipe of this healthy meal.   Pan-Grilled Fish Fillet Basa Fish Fillet   1 fish fillet (any fish you prefer, I had basa fish from Mathsya Mela event) lemon juice olive oil salt and pepper butter Procedure: Wash the fish and pat with kitchen paper. Rub with salt and pepper. Mix olive oil and lemon juice and pour over the fish. Leave for 15 mins. Heat the pan, put a tablespoon...