Cheese is said to make your day better and this lip-smacking cheese chilli corn paratha does just that!
Boiled potatoes - 80 g
Chopped green chillies - 2g
Processed cheese - 20g
Mozzarella cheese - 20 g
Chopped Capsicum - 5g
Red bell pepper - 5g
Yellow Bell peppers - 5g
Chopped Coriander - 3g
Black pepper powder - 2g
Chilli flakes - 2g
Salt - to taste
Boiled corn - 10g
Dough - 40g
Butter - 20g
Take a bowl and add boiled potatoes to it. Add in some chopped green chillies. Add the processed cheese and mozzarella cheese.
Then add in the chopped capsicum, chopped red bell peppers and chopped yellow bell peppers. Add in the chopped coriander. Sprinkle some black pepper powder, chilli flakes and salt to the mixture.
Add the boiled corn and mix well.
Roll out a ball of wheat flour dough.
Place a lump of the mixture in the dough and fold it in. Roll it out again.
Now place the pan on the stove and add some butter to it and place the paratha on it.
Turn a few times. Add a little more butter.
and sear it till it turns golden brown on both sides
Once the paratha heats up the mozzarella cheese turns gooey and stretchy enjoy this paratha with any spicy dip or ketchup.
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Indo-Chinese Hakka Noodles
Indo-Chinese (or desi Chinese) food is the cherished baby born from the uncanny meeting of India and China on a plate.
Cook hakka noodles in a big utensil filled with a lot of water on the stove. Add a spoonful of oil to it so you don't end up with ladels full of noodle-like blop. When done, strain and keep aside, adding one more spoonful of oil to cooked noodles. Don't let it cool.
In a wok, heat oil. Add one medium sized lengthwise cut onion, few bulbs of spring/green onions, one big green capsicum/bell pepper (add yellow and red ones too if you have them), and two carrots. Stir everything on high flame. Add salt and 2 spoons of schezwan sauce and give it a nice mix. When the veggies are almost tender, add in the noodles. Now finish up by adding one spoon of vinegar, 2 spoons of soy sauce, and 2 spoons of tomato ketchup and incorporate well with the use of two forks. Garnish with the green part of The spring onions.
Slurp while you eat.
Cut it short, today's lunch homemade Fish 🐟 Thali with Rice ,Spicy fish curry, Mix Vegetables, Fish Fried and and and and and 😉 মাছর পেটু ভাজা /Fish Intestine Fried 😁😍. Know its a new word or food item for many of yours. Though every common this part of the India #northeast.
Fish intestine have all nutrition same as other fish parts and very good for body digestive system and body cleaning . Slightly bitter and mud in taste for the first timer.
Usually fried with cooked rice, onion, garlic, green chilli, mustered oil and salt. If you like crispy structure, rice flour is the substitute of rice. Personally I like 👍 with rice flour.
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Its Malai Kofta in our sunday dinner menu today.🍽️ Malai kofta is part of mughali cuisine, extremely popular in North india. It's a veg version of meat balls kofta.Kofta is a Persian word and kofta as a dish is quite famous dish in and around indian subcontinent, Middle East and Central Asian cuisines. Served in mouthwatering, sumptuous tangy spicy onion tomoto gravy giving distinct favour and gastronomical taste to delight.
Malai Kofta is made of soft dumpling of fresh graded paneer deep fried and sub-merged in tangy, delicious, creamy and spicy rich gravy of fresh cream, onion-tomato paste of wholesome indian spices badi elaichi, chooti elaichi, tej patta, star anise, laung, kali mirchi, hari mirch, dal chini, cooked in turmeric powder, jeera and daniya powder, kasmiri mirch powder, garam masala, salt and pepper with rich cashew nuts, sauted and grinded and simmered in form of curry, grinded and added to softy paneer loaded koftas, garnished with kasuri methi, creams and corriender leaves. Eenjoyed best with boiled rice or garam garam ghee roti.
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Hearty home made Sunday meals are the symbol of love, warmth and comfort. The smells of basmati boiling in cinnamon bay leaf spiced water, crushed garlic and onions coming into their own in a pool of ghee and the whistles of the pressure cooker making the wait irresistible. All the while you cook, the family pops into the kitchen peeping, coyly picking at whatever they can find, their eyes giving away that they are ready when you are!
Few things in this world are as precious as a home filled with food cooked with love and eating together on a Sunday afternoon.
This, I would not trade for anything in the world.
So today we have chicken curry, chhole (chickpea curry), aloo palak (stir fried spiced potatoes and spinach), jeera birista chawal and boondi raita. ❤️ #lunch#sunday#sundaylunch#weekend#familymeals#indianfood#indian#curry#spice#chickencurry#chickpeacurry#potatoes#feast#spread#instafood#food#domesticgoddess#homemade#indianfoodbloggers#homechef