07 novembre 2014

Baida Rotti - Mumbai Street Snack

Baida RottiIngredients250 g flour 250g whole wheat flour 200 ml warm water 1 tbsp veg oil 1 tsp salt Oil /Ghee Flour for dusting***3 eggs2 shallots(chopped)A green chilli(chopped)A piece of ginger(chopped)Chopped curry leavesSalt to taste MethodMix all the ingredients & knead well.Cover the bowl with a damp cloth & keep aside for an hour. Make evenly sized balls.Beat eggs in a bowl with all the chopped vegetables. Take a lemon sized ball & flatten it using a roller.Heat a non stick pan & spread oil on... [Lire la suite]
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20 octobre 2014

Cabbage Rotti

Cabbage RottiIngredients1 tsp fennel seedsA green chilli A piece of ginger1 cup chopped cabbage1/2 tsp turmeric powder3 tbsp dessicated coconut / 3 tbsp freshly grated coconut5 shallotsCurry leaves (chopped)***2 cups gram flour2 cups wheat flour 2 eggs (beaten)Salt to tasteLuke warm waterMethodBlend the first 8 ingredients & keep aside. Mix gram flour &  wheat flour together .Mix blended mixture with beaten eggs & salt.Then add flour & mix well.Mix with sufficient amount of water to get a... [Lire la suite]
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13 octobre 2014

Mtabga- Tunisian Stuffed Bread

MtabgaIngredients250g flour250g semolina 1 tsp salt 1 tbsp olive oil 200 ml luke warm water 15g fresh yeast (1 tsp dried yeast) 1 tsp sugar Oil for brushing *Filling* 2  onions (chopped)2 tomatoes (chopped) A green chilli (chopped) 1 tbsp tomato puree 1tsp paprika 1 tbsp coriander powder 1 tsp fennel seeds1/2 tsp chilli powder1/4 tsp turmeric powder 2 tbsp olive oil Coriander leaves Salt to taste Garam masala (optional) Method Fry onions till light golden brown. Add chopped tomato along with salt. Then add... [Lire la suite]
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29 septembre 2014

Thalipeeth - Maharashtrian Paratha.

Thalipeeth Ingredients 2 green chillies (chopped) 2 tbsp grated coconut5 shallots (chopped) A piece of ginger (chopped) 1 tsp cumin seeds1 tsp coriander powder1/2 tsp cumin powder***100g flour100g whole wheat flour50g gram flour50g ragi flour50g semolina50g rice flour1 tsp saltLuke warm water 1 tbsp veg oil Chopped coriander leaves Chopped Curry LeavesOil Method Coarsely grind chilli, shallots,coconut,  ginger, curry leaves & cumin seeds in a blender. Mix the blended mixture with all the other... [Lire la suite]
25 août 2014

Badshaahi Naan

Badshaahi NaanIngredients500g flour 10g fresh yeast (1 tsp dried yeast) 1 tsp sugar  100ml luke warm water  90ml warm milk 2 eggs 2 tbsp ghee(melted) 1 tsp onion seeds(kalonji seeds)Oil for frying Method Dilute yeast in luke warm water with 1 tsp sugar. Set aside for 15 minuites. Mix all the ingredients & knead well. Cover the bowl with a cloth & leave for 1or 2 hours, until it's doubled. Spray some more flour & knead it again & make lemon sized balls. Roll out... [Lire la suite]
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09 juillet 2014

M'khamer - Moroccan Stuffed Bread

M'khamer Ingredients200 g flour200g semolina 1 tsp salt 1 tbsp olive oil 200 ml luke warm water 15g fresh yeast (1 tsp dried yeast)1 tsp sugarOil for brushing *Filling* 400g minced meat A courgette(chopped) A carrot(chopped)  An onion (chopped) A green chilli (chopped) A tomato (chopped)1 tbsp ginger+garlic paste1tbsp coriander powder1/2 tsp chilli powder 1/4 tsp turmeric powder 2 tbsp olive oil Coriander leaves Salt to taste Garam masala (optional)Method Fry onions till light golden brown. Add chopped vegetables along... [Lire la suite]
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12 juin 2014

Wheat Neyypathiri - Malabar Muslim Special

Wheat NeyypathiriIngredient250 g flour 250g whole wheat flour 200 ml warm water 1 tbsp veg oil 1 tsp salt Oil Ghee Flour for dusting***2 tsp fennel seeds 1 tsp salt1 cup dessicated coconut / freshly grated coconut  1 green chilli (optional)3 shallots Curry leaves Oil for frying MethodCoarsely grind coconut, shallots, curry leaves & fennel seeds in a blender. Mix all the ingredients & knead well.Cover the bowl with a damp cloth & keep aside for an hour. Make lemon sized balls of... [Lire la suite]
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16 mai 2014

Rumali Rotti

Rumali Rotti Ingredients250 g flour 250g whole wheat flour 200 ml warm water 1 tbsp veg oil 1 tsp salt Oil Ghee Flour for dustingMethodMix all the ingredients & knead well.Cover the bowl with a damp cloth & keep aside for an hour. Make evenly sized balls.Take a lemon sized ball & flatten it using a roller.Evenly spread a tsp of ghee & dust some flour. Rol out another ball of the same size & place it over the other.Then roll the sandwiched rotti's together to get a very thin one.  ... [Lire la suite]
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02 avril 2014

Meloui - Morroccan Flat Bread

  Meloui Ingredients300 g flour200g semolina200 ml water1 tsp saltOil /gheeMethodMix first four ingredients & knead well.Cover the bowl with a damp cloth & keep aside for 1 hour.Spray some more flour & knead it again .Make evenly sized balls. Take a lemon sized ball & flatten it as thin as possible.Spread some oil & fold from either sides.Then roll & keep aside.Repeat the same with other dough balls.Then press & flatten using a roller. Heat a non stick pan & just smear some... [Lire la suite]
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21 mars 2014

Sheermal

Sheermal Ingredients 250g whole wheat flour250g flour 15g fresh yeast (1 tsp dried yeast)1 tsp sugar 100 ml luke warm water  100ml milkaffron strands2 tbsp ghee(melted)Ghee for frying Method Dilute yeast in luke warm water with 1 tsp sugar. Set aside for 15 minuites.Mix milk with saffron strands & keep aside.Mix all the ingredients & knead well. Cover the bowl with a cloth & leave for 1or 2 hours, until it's doubled.Spray some more flour & knead it again & make orange... [Lire la suite]
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