This weekend the sun will be out and its the perfect time to get together with friends and family for a BBQ.
Surprise your friends with a tasty Indian style burger that will whip up some great conversations (or maybe not, as they will be too busy eating it!).
TIP: You can make the burger mix the day before which will enhance the flavor more so! Also, feel free to use any ground meat too!
Here is a link to the recipe (yes its the kebab recipe but can be used for burgers too) also why not dress it up with a refreshing raita sauce?
This awesome dish can be made for under $7 and feed 4 people too, its tasty and simple to make, eat it with spaghetti or on baked potato or quinoa or rice...take your pick!
THINGS YOU NEED:
FROM THE SPICE BOX:
Prep time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 35 minutes
Chicken Tikka Masala (Marinade 4hrs ahead)
Prep Time: 20 mins
Cooking time: 45 mins
Ideal cooking pan: Oven proof dish for the chicken and a saucepan with lid for the masala sauce
THINGS YOU NEED: FOR THE MARINADE:
THINGS YOU NEED: FOR THE MASALA SAUCE:
FROM THE SPICE BOX: FOR THE MARINADE:
FROM THE SPICE BOX: FOR THE MASALA SAUCE:
ESSENTIAL PREPARATION: FOR THE MARINADE:
ESSENTIAL PREPARATION: FOR THE SAUCE:
Spice up your valentine dish by making your very own Chili & Garlic paste. This recipe has been used by Indian families for generations. In fact, some eat it just with a chapati (Roti).
I like mixing it with tomato ketchup, then make cheesy toast. Basically, get a slice of bread, mix VERY little chili & garlic paste to the tomato ketchup, then mix and spread it over the bread then add grated cheese, sometimes I like adding sliced tomatoes and diced onions and then grill/broil! YUM!!!
Here is the recipe for the paste:
2 tablespoons freshly grated garlic
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon freshly squeezed lemon
2 tablespoon olive oil
2 tablespoons chili powder
Add all the above ingredients into a food processor and grind.
The paste can be kept in the fridge for up to 3 months.
Other suggestions for the paste is to add it to a stir fry, sauces, very often I also mix a little with olive oil and pour it over a pizza and then grill/broil.
My son was coughing like crazy this morning, so I mixed
1 tablespoon Honey with 1/8 teaspoon Turmeric
In a bowl and he was happily licking everything up.
The mixture helps coat the throat and eases the coughing!
Enjoy making this low carb #meetfreemonday soup, packed with lots of flavors! Simply make the broccoli & Onion curry from the cooking guide. Then throw it in the food processor, add water to get to your consistency and extra salt to your taste! EASY #recipeoftheday!
Here is the link for the broccoli & Onion Curry: http://www.kitchencurrymaster.com/pages/broccoli-onion-curry
I found a great recipe for making mulled wine. Funnily enough, in your spice box you can find the spice ingredients for it: